Hatsune Miku VocaloP Special Feature: Kurousa-P, Creator of “Senbonzakura”

There are only four more Hatsune Miku VocaloPs to introduce in this series! For this 11th volume, we introduce Kurousa-P, creator of the song “Senbonzakura.”

Of all the VocaloPs (Vocaloid Producers), Kurousa-P stands out among them as a prominent hitmaker. After debuting with “Sirayuki,” Kurousa-P became a famous producer overnight due to his highly acclaimed “Cantarella.” His biggest hit to date is “Senbonzakura,” a song with pronounced Japanese aesthetics that can be said to have captured the hearts of fans in Japan and all over the world.

[Nico Nico Douga] (Hatsune Miku) Senbonzakura [Original PV]

Cantarella (2nd Edition)


KurousaP’s Nico Nico Douga Playlist

March 9 is Hatsune Miku Day!
In Japanese, three can be pronounced as both “mi” and “san.” Nine can be pronounced as both “ku” and “kyu.” Therefore, March 9 can be pronounced, for the sake of pronunciation play, as “Miku” and “sankyu,” which sounds like “thank you.” That is why March 9 is the day to celebrate Hatsune Miku.

Tokyo Otaku Mode operates on the idea of “bringing happiness to the world through otaku culture,” and since Hatsune Miku is a big part of Japan’s otaku culture, we had to do something exciting for Miku Day, March 9.

Tokyo Otaku Mode will be celebrating Hatsune Miku with special features that will run until March 22 at 8:00 p.m. (PDT)!
What’s in store:
1. A sale on Hatsune Miku products
2. Introductions to Hatsune Miku illustrations and music
3. In-depth articles related to Hatsune Miku

Plus! A concurrent campaign is also being held with exclusive Hatsune Miku products as prizes! Get the details here!

All kinds of otaku are welcome at the TOM Fan Club! Join here: https://otakumode.com/fb/8iy