Hatsune Miku Teams Up With Japanese Domino’s Pizza, Employees Create Lovely Song

on July 16, 2013 1:20 PM

Hatsune Miku Project DIVA F 2nd has been anounced recently, and Hatsune Miku Project DIVA F will soon hit the North American virtual shelves of the PSN, but the reach of the virtual songstress doesn’t stop there.

We already knew that Hatsune Miku is extremely popular in Japan, popular enough to have her own concerts at the Japanese music Mecca in Tokyo, the Nippon Budokan. That’s why she’s often used as a testimonial for various Japanese brands.

This time around, though, the brand isn’t that Japanese in itself, but the local branch of Domino’s Pizza that is holding all sorts of promotional initiatives involving Miku.

Starting today and until the 21st, Japanese customers that order a M or L size pizza through the special Hatsune Miku smartphone app will get their order discounted by 39% and into a special box, that will also act as a base for the augmented reality portion of the app that shows Miku singing and dancing on your table.

The pizza delivery chain also got personalized Miku delivery scooters, that you can see in the gallery at the bottom of this page.

More interestingly, a group of Domino Employee named Domino’s Japan Vocalo Creative Group composed an original (and really quite nice) Hatsune Miku song titled Ever Green. Below you can enjoy a video with the song itself and another with the making of.

 /  Executive News Editor
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