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  • Nendoroid Racing Miku 2017 Ver.

    Nendoroid Racing Miku 2017 Version.
    http://mikatan.goodsmile.info/en/201...miku-2017-ver/

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    • Megurine Luka V4X 1/4th scale figure

      http://blog.piapro.net/2017/05/g1705261.html
      http://www.goodsmile.info/en/product...+Luka+V4X.html

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      • Originally posted by kijakusai View Post
        nice! now to save up a bit....

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        • Re: Megurine Luka V4X 1/4th scale figure

          Originally posted by Sensuifu View Post
          nice! now to save up a bit....
          Yeah, that is 25741 yen (+tax).
          Your plan to buy the figure indicates your being a big fan of that electronic diva. ^_^

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          • Originally posted by kijakusai View Post
            Re: Megurine Luka V4X 1/4th scale figure


            Yeah, that is 25741 yen (+tax).
            Your plan to buy the figure indicates your being a big fan of that electronic diva. ^_^
            I'm happy this version is at least way cheaper than what I spent on 1/4 Snow Miku. Still a hefty amount, no doubt, but considering she is my favorite Vocaloid, I certainly won't pass this up.

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            • Re: Megurine Luka V4X 1/4th scale figure

              Originally posted by Sensuifu View Post
              I'm happy this version is at least way cheaper than what I spent on 1/4 Snow Miku. Still a hefty amount, no doubt, but considering she is my favorite Vocaloid, I certainly won't pass this up.
              I can understand that figure is unmissable for fans of Miss Megurine.
              The 1/4th scale Luka-san figure will have quite a strong presence in your room. ^_^

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              • Originally posted by kijakusai View Post
                Re: Megurine Luka V4X 1/4th scale figure


                I can understand that figure is unmissable for fans of Miss Megurine.
                The 1/4th scale Luka-san figure will have quite a strong presence in your room. ^_^
                ...so this means Rin Kagamine is next, right? Right??? (Though those prices are pretty steep even for this fan...)
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                • Re: Megurine Luka V4X 1/4th scale figure

                  Originally posted by Serial Experiments Nobue View Post
                  ...so this means Rin Kagamine is next, right? Right??? (Though those prices are pretty steep even for this fan...)
                  Freeing ni hagemashi no otayori wo dasozu. ^_^ ('How about sending the Freeing company a letter to encourage them to release the 1/4th scale Rin figure?' written in 2ch-lect.)

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                  • The 10th anniversary of the release of Vocaloid software Hatsune Miku

                    August 31 of 2017 is the 10th anniversary of the release of the Vocaloid software Hatsune Miku.
                    Hatsune Miku was released on August 31 of 2007.
                    As to the wordplay, 8+31=39, 39 can be read in Japanese as Miku.

                    http://piapro.net/miku10th/gallery.html
                    http://piapro.net/miku10th/

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                    • Originally posted by kijakusai View Post
                      The 10th anniversary of the release of Vocaloid software Hatsune Miku

                      August 31 of 2017 is the 10th anniversary of the release of the Vocaloid software Hatsune Miku.
                      Hatsune Miku was released on August 31 of 2007.
                      As to the wordplay, 8+31=39, 39 can be read in Japanese as Miku.

                      http://piapro.net/miku10th/gallery.html
                      http://piapro.net/miku10th/
                      Of course, I have posted it on the thread at XX:39.

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                      • Originally posted by kijakusai View Post
                        The 10th anniversary of the release of Vocaloid software Hatsune Miku

                        August 31 of 2017 is the 10th anniversary of the release of the Vocaloid software Hatsune Miku.
                        Hatsune Miku was released on August 31 of 2007.
                        As to the wordplay, 8+31=39, 39 can be read in Japanese as Miku.

                        http://piapro.net/miku10th/gallery.html
                        http://piapro.net/miku10th/
                        Ten years have flown by so quickly, it seems like it was only recently Miku made such an impact in media entertainment. Cheers to Miku for a wonderful 10 years.

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                        • Originally posted by Sensuifu View Post
                          Ten years have flown by so quickly, it seems like it was only recently Miku made such an impact in media entertainment. Cheers to Miku for a wonderful 10 years.
                          Recently I happened to re-read a dojinshi published in 2007, and it was a dojinshi to which the admins of otaku culture-related websites had contributed articles. I feel as if 2007 were only yesterday. As you said, ten years have flown by very quickly.

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                          • Vocaloids in Kimono, the Kagamine Rin and Kagamine Len figures.

                            http://blog.piapro.net/2017/07/u1707141-1.html

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                            • This railfan converted an only-for-display scale model of the Snow Miku tram into a motorised N-scale model.

                              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hda5nmf0GdM

                              That is Fujimi's 1/150 Snow Miku tram plastic model.
                              (In Japan, N scale is 1:150. N scale for the Shinkansen bullet train models is 1:160, though.)

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