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Hi, everyone! Thank you for coming to Miku Expo. I'm so happy to be with you, back in the USA~!
~ Miku Hatsune in Miku Expo 2014.

Hatsune Miku, aka Miku Hastune, is a Vocaloid who was introduced in 2007. Miku is a singing humanoid synthesizer, who debuted in Yamaha Corporation's Vocaloid 2. She is voiced by Saki Fujita.


In Miku's default form, she has teal eyes and turquoise hair.


Hatsune Miku is a carefree and cheerful-hearted girl who is very good in singing. Although, she is heroically popular. She attends a lot of good things with her good friends like KAITO and other heroic Vocaloids, who have been friendly to her.

List of English original songs

Produced by Circus-P

  • Addicted
  • Goodbye
  • Hello, Again
  • Our Broken Anthem
  • Ten Thousand Stars
  • The Tale of a 10-Year-Old Vampire Queen
  • What I Need (MONEY!)

Produced by nostraightanswer

  • Pacify
  • Someday You'll Notice the Evening Colored Horizon
  • With This Love

Produced by EmpathP

  • As We Are
  • Second Star

Produced by AegisSan

Produced by KIRA

  • Digital Girl
  • Highlight
  • I Do What I Want
  • Magical Night

Produced by Quasar-P

  • Blue Flame Candle
  • Covered By Your Snow
  • Flythrough
  • Mechanical Lifeform
  • Metro Girl
  • Nothing Divides Us
  • True Utopia

Produced by BIGHEAD

  • Seed of Lights
  • Sharing the World

Produced by Katachi P

  • 6 AM
  • Skybound

Made by other producers

  • 39 Music Strikes Again! (by Jordan Forester)
  • Breathless (by Mrs. Peach)
  • Bubblegum (by Kiwi Flute)
  • Cyber Sweet Bakery (by SCONE)
  • Feel You (by Jrharbort Productions)
  • Flying Solo (by Gianloop)
  • Glass Wall (by GuitarHeroPianoZero)
  • Humility (by asterisque)
  • Icarus (by Heartbreaker)
  • I Like It (by Tokyo Elvis)
  • Just a Moment (by Oreh)
  • More Than You Were (by Harmonic Enigma)
  • My Darling (by Jaded Fox)
  • Postcard (by Lauren Estes)
  • Propaganda (by Crusher)
  • Rewind (by Nebula)
  • Simple Song (by Xue)
  • Starlight Promise (by DoNotCrossP)
  • Summer Scent (by ShadowDragonP)
  • Through the Night (by Slushii)
  • Universal Language (by Flanger Moose)

Co-produced in collaborations

  • Cybernetic (by Yunosuke and Circus-P)
  • How I Feel (by Nicholend and Adam Edmond)
  • Kawaii-Bot (by Flanger Moose and Quasar-P)
  • Our Missing Love (by CYO Style and Yen-Mi)
  • Thousand Little Voices (by Vault Kid and Flanger Moose)

Other Media

In addition to all her original songs, Miku has appeared in a cameo role in a number of recent anime productions, including Baka and Test where she is in Class B in Episode 11. Miku appears as a playable character in the anime crossover mobile game Jump Force TCG.

Miku also appears as one of the major recurring characters in the Shinkalion anime series, designed and named after the VOCALOID of the same name, but with a different spelling (初音 versus 発音). This Miku, much like her counterpart, is a Sapporo citizen and canonically 11 years old (around the same age of the voice bank at the time), but does not share VOCALOID Miku's canon backstory (Rin, Len, Luka, Meiko, and Kaito made brief cameos in Episode 15, Miku’s debut episode. Rin and Len also cameo in Episode 52). She pilots Shinkalion H5 Hayabusa. She wasn't strong enough to deal with final villains like Kairen and Black Shinkalion Ogre. She also made major recurring appearances in the Shinkalion anime film.

Miku will appear as the main protagonist of her very own upcoming anime series and webcomic developed by Crypton Future Media.


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