WonFes 2020 Winter Roundup!

WonFes 2020 Winter edition was definitely a lot to take in, even for VOCALOID fans! After a bit of a dry spell, this WonFes came in strong showing off tons of new Miku figures and even some hints at non-Miku ‘loids getting some love. As always, click the links for the sources!

Hatsune Miku Figures (GSC Gallery)

More pictures of the 1/7 Scale Figure Scale Hatsune Miku: Kentaro Yabuki x osoba Ver. Prototype

Racing Miku Figures

Toonzie Figures

Source: VocaSphere Twitter

Since these figures are by FURYU, it’s safe to assume they’ll be prize figures. Hopefully they’ll be available online as well!

Release Dates:
Miku: April 2020
Rin: May 2020
Len: June 2020

Other Prize Figures

Trading Figures by Emon Toys

While there’s no information on these figures yet other than the announcement, they’re absolutely adorable and will definitely be worth collecting!

Desktop Singer Series

Much like Frame Arms Girl did, the Desktop Army series has taken a musical turn with the Desktop Singer series featuring approximately 80mm tall figures of Miku, Rin, and Luka!

  • Price: 1,980 yen each (excluding tax)
  • Set contents: Pre-painted movable figures, audio parts, replacement breast parts, special pedestal
  • Release date: Scheduled for late July 2020
  • Source: AmiAmi

Hatsune Miku MIKU EXPO 5th Anniversary Version

Source: VocaSphere Twitter

1/7 scale Hatsune Miku Shunya Yamashita Ver.

Source: VocaSphere Twitter

Other Notable Mentions

While there’s not a whole lot of information on other figures shown at WonFes (or in other cases we’ve already seen the final product before the event), here are some other figures and products we can’t pass up sharing!

The Startalk collaboration translators were previously announced back in December, but WonFes featured the big reveal of the Miku design made especially for the product!

  • Frame Music Girl Sakura Miku (Already Released)
  • Hand Scale Hatsune Miku (Unpainted Prototype with no information)

While this doll is already available for pre-order, it was nice seeing her in person and getting pictures!

More Information

Be sure to follow VocaSphere for even more vocal synth related news! In addition, feel free to check out our Twitter and Facebook for some of the garage kits that were at the event.

Marumain is attending tons of vocal synth related events in Japan and not everything may make it into article form, so follow us on social media to keep up with even the small things Marumain finds while on his adventures!

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