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Mikudayō
ミクダヨー
Biographical Information
Introduced

September 11, 2011

Gender

Female

Age

Unknown

Height

Unknown

Weight

Unknown

Alias

Nendoroid Mikudayo

Technical Information
Series type

Vocaloid Mascot

Series no.

01

Chara item

Lollipop (assumed)

Additional Information
Creator

SEGA

Affiliation

SEGA, Crypton Future Media, Good Smile Company, Hatsune Miku Nendoroido (derived)

Mikudayō is a Nendoroid-like Miku costume (着ぐるみ kigurumi) created by SEGA.

Design

Mikudayō appears like a human-size Nendoroid. Yet when compared to the official Hatsune Miku nendoroid, Mikudayo is ironically more chubbier and stands slightly higher. Her hair is lighter and her twintails lack volume and are shorter, about hip length. She wears futuristic ribbons and a headset. Her eyes are a noticeable blue and larger, and her expression seems to be in a permanent open-mouth smile. Her top is gray and loose as seen with her limp ruffles and skirt pleats, the tie is wide.. Her arm warmers nearly reach her underarms and her boots are a shiny black rubber with a wide brim.[1]

Personality

Common fan description is Mikudayō has a bad personality. In many fanarts and Nicovideo clips she often speaks nasty words and sometimes attacks people.

Biography

Source: Vocaloid Wiki

Mikudayō first appeared at Tokyo Game Show 2011 as a sales promotion character for the game Hatsune Miku and Future Stars Project mirai by Sega. The overall design was based on Nendoroid Miku, but the details were rough and clumsy. Her unbalanced big head, dull eyes, chubby cheeks, poor rubber rain boots and threatening forward tilting posture with awkward movements made a topic on a Futaba Channel bulletin board and the contributors gave this bodysuit the name Mikudayō, which means I'm Miku or She's Miku.

In April 2012 the Sega staff used this fanmade nickname on a Nicocast program and Mikudayō was widely recognized as the de facto official name for this character.

On September 24, 2012, Sega, Good Smile company and Crypton jointly registered Mikudayō and she was added to the official fanmade characters of Crypton.

A Nendoroid model was released on March 2013.[2][3]

Additional info

Appearances

MikuMikuDance (MMD), 3D software
An MMD model of Mikudayo was created in --- by modeler ---. See the c:mikumikudance: page for details.
Fanmade Promotional Videos
She is seen in a series of parody commercials for 7 Eleven.[4][5]
Merchandise
Official licensed Mikudayo merchandise has been produced, such as a nendoroid and her image printed on candy brands.[6]
Artwork
Search Mikudayo on deviantArt Pixiv Piapro
Media
Search Mikudayo on YouTube NicoVideo

Trivia

  • This clumsy Miku bodysuit caught Vocaloid fans and led to other Mikudayō-like Vocaloid character illustrations and MMD models. They are collectively called Dayō series.
  • Common fan description is that Mikudayō has a bad personality. In many fanarts and Nicovideo clips, she often says nasty words and occasionlly attacks people.

Gallery

Image Mikudayo byWonderFest
at Wonder Festival
Image Mikudayo byGoodsmileCompany-img2
Nendoroid form
Image Mikudayo byGoodsmileCompany
Gumako and Mikudayo

References

  1. tumblr im-going-to-cry-good-smile-made-an-official
  2. Piapro official announcement
  3. animania735paradise Nendoroid Mikudayo is Available for Reservations
  4. YouTube Miku Loves sebunkyanpen
  5. YouTube Hatsune Miku×Family Mart
  6. Famima Miku package design

External links


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