Hatsune Miku(SHINKALION THE ANIMATION)

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Basics
Name 発音はつね ミク
(Hatsune Miku)[1]
Birthday March 9
Horoscope ♓Pisces
Age 11
Eye Color green
Hair Color green
CV Saki Fujita
Moe Points bunches, glasses, elementary school student, motion sickness
From Sapporo, Hokkaido
Group Affiliation Hokkaido Command Office Hokkaido Branch
Related Characters
Hayato Hayasugi, Akita Oga, Tsuranuki Daimonyama, Hatsune Miku

Hatsune Miku (発音はつね ミク) is a character who appears in SHINKALION THE ANIMATION.

Introduction

The driver of "Shinkalion H5 Hayabusa", a 6th-grade elementary school student from Hokkaido. He is a member of the Hokkaido Command Office Hokkaido Branch.

He has a serious personality, excels in studies, and is good at Kendo. She has been working hard to become a good Shinkalion driver.

But the seemingly perfect her also has a weakness that is not known: motion sickness (spoiler alert)

Plot

(to be added)

Relationship with Hatsune Miku

iXima's drawing of Hatsune Miku

Although Hatsune Miku is indeed Shinkalion and Hatsune Miku linkage role In episode 15, everyone from CRYPTON crossover by reducing age, this role can not be seen as a subspecies of Hatsune Miku, but an original role in the world view of Shinkalion.

The relationship with Hatsune Miku is more like "Hatsune Miku is playing Hatsune Miku of Shinkalion"[2].

The voice of Saki Fujita is indeed Saki Fujita herself and not artificially tuned, but later CRYPTON adjusted Saki Fujita's voice into a similar electronic voice of Hatsune Miku, but in the first appearance, her voice is too mechanical (and close to Bouyomi) so the audience response is very bad, and later appearances to make a little closer to the human voice adjustment.

Notes and external links

  1. The pronunciation is exactly the same as Hatsune Miku.
  2. Similar to THE IDOLM@STER, idols often use their real names (or similar names) to perform in plays within plays, but the role of the play within a play is not the same as their own.