Hatsune Miku and the gang are at Yomiuri Land Amusement Park this month!

It’s something I wouldn’t have expected to happen, but Hatsune Miku and her gaggle of friends will be helping out at Yomiuri Land, an amusement park in Tokyo!

The illustration for this collaboration was created by 左 (hidari) , who also drew the original designs for Vocaloids Mayu and Akikoloid-chan!

I also remember posting about the theme song for Yomiuri Land’s Vocaloid collaboration on our Facebook page a while back! Here it is again, “Positive Parade” featuring Hatsune Miku, by DECO*27.

Music: DECO*27

Arrangement: Rockwell

Chorus: しほ

Illustration: 八三

So while you’re walking around the theme park, you’ll even be able to listen to Miku singing!

As well as this, there have been official collaboration goods produced for the event, AND a collaboration cafe.

In the top left are designs for trading acrylic badges for ¥600 (about £4 GBP / $5 USD) each! Designed by 左 (hidari) (the ones on the left XD) and 木上きのこ (Kiue Kinoko) (on the right) come blind, so it might take a while to get the one you want.

Next to them is a design for a type of hoodie, but no information about this has been released yet (I’ll update this article when we find out more).

And at the bottom of the image are the “Colour Parade” gummy sweets. There are two types of boxes, and both have three types of flavoured sweets:

The green ones are muscat grape, the orange ones are… well… orange flavour, and the yellow ones are lemon flavour! There are four individually wrapped gummies of each flavour in the box. The box has Rin, Len and Miku on it, and each coloured sweet is supposed to represent a character!

(I’d like to note that there is also “Kodomo Gumi” written on the box, implying that these sweets are aimed towards kids. Obviously, we all want some anyway though).

In the second box, there are the “adult” sweets, including Luka, Kaito and Meiko themed ones, with the pink ones tasting like peach, the red ones like apples and the blue ones like soda (lemon and lime).

Within each box, you also get a randomly selected sticker of one of the characters on the outside of the box!

There are also super cool can badges available with the same illustrations:

These cost ¥660 (about £5 GBP / $6 USD), but you can actually choose which one you want, rather than them being blind bagged.

The acrylic keyrings will set you back by ¥1100 (about £8 GBP / $10 USD) if you by the ones by 左 (hidari), and ¥990 (about £7 GBP / $9 USD) if you choose to buy the acrylic stand keyrings by 木上きのこ .

For anyone with walls that need extra vocaloid fanciness, the B2 tapestry is the way to go, for ¥3300 (about £23 GBP / $30 USD)

If you collect clear files obsessively (like me), you’ll certainly be interested in the two clear file sets, one for each commissioned artist:

Each set is worth ¥1650 (about £11 GBP / $15 USD).

Some of the most unique items are the “Chekki”- style cards sets! Chekki are usually the type of photos you get with a polaroid at a maid cafe, but here you can get “signed” ones from your favourite Cryptonloids! Each set is ¥660, so pretty affordable overall.

If you’re a fan of postcards, there will also be a postcard set available for ¥1320 (about £9 GBP / $12 USD). And that’s for all of these:

Another edible piece of merchandise would be the “Collaboration Chocolate Crunch”, a box containing milk chocolate, white chocolate and strawberry flavoured crunchy ball sweets. This set costs ¥1080 altogether (about £7 GBP / $9 USD), and will contain one random sticker from the selection shown.

But it’s not over yet…it’s been said that visitors who try their luck at the “Bungee Jump Challenge” could be in for getting one of these really cool badges too!

As of today, there has also been information about an interesting “deluxe novelty” design for the tickets for the event:

It all looks like so much fun. We have a few tweets showing how the attractions look like after their Vocaloid-makeover-

The ferris wheel :

The “Merry Go Landdog” (I guess it’s called that because there are dogs that you… ride?)

Goodsmile Racing is also going to have a mini collaboration with Yomiuri Land’s “Go kart Family Course”:

One of the other highlights of the event will be the Hatsune Miku x Sea Lion show! The sea lions are said to be dancing to the aforementioned Yomiuri Land x Hatsune Miku theme song!

Oh, and you know the collabo cafe I mentioned earlier?

Here are the menu items! There will be the so called “pancake sandwich” and bubble tea drinks available!

Patrons will also be able to try out the two new games, “Project Sekai” and “Mega 39’s” in the Aurora exhibition space here. Make sure to check them out if you go!

The event will begin on the 15th February, and end on the 15th March 2020! Visitors young and old are sure to have a great time. For ticket prices, see the end of the post!

I think that’s everything for now. Thank you for reading ^^;.

~Tanudama

Ticket Prices

1. Miku one day ticket

– Children (3 to 6 years old): ¥4400

-Primary schoolers (6 to 11 years) and seniors (over 64) : ¥4900

-Middle schoolers (12 to 15 years) : ¥5400

-Adults (18 to 64 years): ¥6500

2. Hatsune Miku With You 2019 Special Screening (08/03/2020). (This ticket doesn’t admit entry to main areas of the park).

– Children (3 to 11) years old and seniors: ¥1500

-Middle schoolers: ¥2500

-Adults (18 to 64 years): ¥6500

3. Miku One day ticket AND Hatsune Miku With You 2019 Special Screening (08/03/2020)

– Children (3 to 6) years old: ¥4900

-Primary schoolers (6 to 11 years) and seniors (over 64) : ¥5400

-Middle schoolers (12 to 15 years) : ¥6400

-Adults (18 to 64 years): ¥6500

(I’ll admit, I’m slightly confused as to why there don’t seem to be any tickets available for high schoolers? That’s odd…).

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