Honey calls it my “shrine”. 😀
The only other Miku/Vocaloid collectibles that I have, I carry with me all the time.
The wallet chain that came with Project Mirai DX hangs on my keychain:
And I have a MEIKO clippy on my phone case. 😊
So, I opened it up once to copy the CDs to cassette (yes, I am old school!) and to take pics for y’all. (And for my own gratification, heh.)
It came with an LP-sized booklet with the tracks listed (in Japanese of course):
I also got an art book:
15 postcards (and they’re all named so I’ll put that here too):
Vocal of Fantasy:
And 15 button pins that match the postcards:
And then of course, the CDs in all their glory:
I listened to all 58 songs over the course of the day, and I’m very happy with my first Vocaloid Album. I realize it’s Miku’s Greatest Hits, and there are a lot of other Vocaloids, but those CDs will come. Oh yes. They will be mine. 😁
Disclaimer: I don’t read Japanese, so I rocked the Google Translate. For all songs that are in Project Diva games, I substituted the name I know for Google’s translation. Any of these that are wrong (and I’m sure there are a few), if you know the right title please tell me so I can fix it? Thanks! 🙂
Again, if you know any of these that are wrong, correct me in the comments please. I’m off to go bask in some Miku for a while now…
ExitTunes presents Vocalohistory featuring Hatsune Miku!!! 58 lovely, lovely Hatsune Miku tracks! Limited print of 3939 copies. (Miku Miku!) Thanks to my wonderful darling for importing this for me from Japan.
Sorry for the fuzzy photos, I’ll have better ones up later after my phone charges. Also coming soon, I’ll post an English translation for the song titles.
Hooray for Miku!