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Image Hachune Miku byTamago
Hachune Miku
Biographical Information

September 4, 2007




Error ⊂(゚Д゚)


Error ⊂(゚Д゚)


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Miku Hachune
(western order)

Technical Information
Series type

Vocaloid Mascot

Series no.


Chara item

Negi (spring onion)


Hatsune Miku

Opt genre


Additional Information

Tamago (たまご)
Otomania (おとまにあ)
(movie edit)




Crypton Future Media, SEGA, Hatsune Miku (derived)

Hachune Miku is an officially recognized derivative of Vocaloid Hatsune Miku, she is acknowledged by Crypton Future Media, the publisher of the Character Vocal Series for Vocaloid 2, for commercial use. Hachune (はちゅね) is a mispronunciation of Hatsune (はつおと), which shows her childishness and generally silly disposition. Often seen in videos as a blank-eyed doll-like figure with a gaping mouth.


Hachune Miku's design is directly based on Hatsune Miku, a Vocaloid 2 developed and distributed by Crypton Future Media, Hachune Miku is drawn in a SD-style (Super Deformed). The notable differences is her blank eyes, gaping mouth, and swirly pink cheek marks. On her left upper arm is the red mark "01", which is Hatsune Miku's series number. She is shown to be carrying around a welsh spring onion, negi (葱) in Japanese. Despite fan belief, she and Hatsune are not actually holding a leeks, this incorrect information came from the result of the popular flash animation known as "Leekspin".


Her personality does not appear to be defined by her original creators, instead the fandom displays her personality has being a silly chibi character who does random actions.


Source: Vocaloid Wiki

Hachune Miku was created by Otomania (video) and Tamago (picture) and established via Hatsune Miku's version of Loituma Girl internet meme, eventually going on to becoming its own character. Hachune Miku is acknowledged as one of the first mascots to gain popularity within the Vocaloid fandom. It is Hachune's presence that is responsible for the start of the Item War system that eventually began dying out with entry of Tako Luka later on.[1] Her staying power resulted in being recognized by Crypton who adopted other derivatives such as: Sakine Meiko, Akita Neru, Yowane Haku, and Tako Luka.[2]

Voice portrayals

In music videos and songs that have a singing voice in them, the voice is more of a representation of Hachune Miku, rather than her actual voice. She is regarded a silent mascot by the fandom so depictions of Hachune with a voice is seldom done. However, her voice can be heard in Project DIVA extend's opening (the version with voices).

This example of configuration on the Fanloid wikia is a user contribution, and thus, should not be viewed as being widely accepted or acknowledged by the character's creator.

Voice configuration

Configuration: Hatsune Miku

narutofreek123 made a voice configuration for Hachune, yet still could be edited, that works well with her.
Hachune Miku's voice is supposed to sound kind of chibi (small).

Notable media

  Ievan Polkka

Ievan Polkka

September 4, 2007
Romaji/English Eva's Polka
Featuring Hatsune Miku
Category Cover song


December 25, 2007
Romaji/English Onaka Suita Uta (Song of I'm Hungry)
Featuring Hatsune Miku
Category Cover song, parody

Additional info

Media trivia

Eva's Polka

Originally sung by Loituma, a Finnish quartet. Eino Kettunen is the original author. This is the first video of Hachune Miku (when this video was uploaded, the name of "Hachune Miku" was not decided). And it is the video which made Hatsune Miku world-famous. In addition, the fanmade setting (idea) of "Vocaloids have items" and "Hatsune Miku's item is a leek" came from this video. It got more than 2,000,000 view counts in NND.

Song of I'm Hungry

The Tower of Druaga, a video game BGM. Junko Ozawa is the original author. This is the 3rd biggest hit song (900,000 view counts in NND) of Hachune Miku in NND. It is a parody of video game, The Tower of Druaga. In this parody, Hachune is very hungry.
The song also has a MMD PV, Song of I'm Hungry (remake) where Hachune dances in front the Start Menu as shows the different dishes that she names in the song.


Her relationship with Hatsune Miku appears to simply be a mascot. In Project Diva she is shown to have multiple clones that help Miku in the music studio.


Artwork & Related content
Search Hachune Miku on deviantART Pixiv PiaPro
Search Hachune Miku on YouTube NicoVideo
MikuMikuDance (MMD), 3D software
Search for Hachune Miku models on MikuMikuDance wiki

An MMD model of Hachune Miku was created in March 2009 by modeler Enamel. See the Miku Hachune (Enamel) page for details.

Maker Hikōshiki Hatsune Mix, manga
Hachune Miku often appears out of nowhere making cameos, upsetting the main characters and generally getting herself into trouble. She appears in chapter 2 and chapter 3.
Hachune Miku no Nichijō Roipara!, manga
A manga drawn by Ontama began serialization in the manga magazine Comp Ace on December 26, 2007.[3]
Project Diva (PD), game
Hachune Miku makes a playable cameo in the PSP game, Hatsune Miku ~Project Diva~ and again as a playable character in its sequels (end credits only).
Fanmade Promotional Videos (PV)
Hachune Miku is commonly seen in fanmade videos relating to her debut, she is also used simply for background dancing.
Official licensed Hachune Miku merchandise has been produced, such as Nendoroid Puchi and plush toys, key chains etc. The Hatsune Miku Nendoroid figure that comes with a face representing Hachune, while a limited edition Nendoroid of Hachune was also produced by the Good Smile company at the Wonfest 2008 Summer fair.


Note; this is not a gallery for every fanart out there, just for reference

Image Hachune Miku byTamago
Hachune Miku in her default state
Image Hachune Miku byTamago-img2
Hachune Miku's silly face by Tamago
Image Hachune Miku byTamago-img3
Hachune Miku, sleepy by Tamago
IMG 2171


  1. Vocaloid Wiki: Miku Hachune (history)
  2. Vocaloid Wiki: Miku Hachune (acceptance) (Revision as of 01:26, October 11, 2012)
  3. はちゅねミクの日常 ろいぱら!

External links

Official Vocaloid derivatives
Akita NeruHachune MikuMikudayōSakine MeikoTako LukaYowane HakuZeeU (SBS A&T Co.,Ltd.)
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