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Hatsune Miku Digital Stars 2022 Figure Costs Over $400

Pre-orders are open for a Hatsune Miku Digital Stars 2022 Version scale figure. It will come out sometime in December 2023 in Japan. You can purchase it for 59,400 JPY, which is around $428.15. [Thanks, Hobby Watch!]

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This Miku is based on the main visual for the Hatsune Miku Digital Stars 2022 event. Illustrator HxxG drew and designed her. As a 1/7 scale figure, it stands at approximately 470 millimeters, and that number includes the stand that she’s on. The Digital Stars 2022 Miku figure is striking a dynamic pose while holding a stand mic and standing on top of what looks like a number of speakers. Her hair and the tattered flag from her mic add a lot of movement to the figure since they look like they’re billowing in the wind.

Here are some more pictures of the Hatsune Miku Digital Stars 2022 Version scale figure:

Digital Stars 2022 was on May 28, 2022 and featured songs from nine different artists. These included gaburyu, Yoshihisa Hirata, Alpaca, and Utsu-P. Aside from the scale figure, other merchandise from Digital Stars 2022 include T-shirts, a wall scroll, and a tote bag. We were previously able to order them via Amazon Japan, but are no longer in stock.

The Hatsune Miku Digital Stars 2022 Version scale figure is open for pre-order and will come out in December 2023. You can get it via Amazon or AmiAmi worldwide. Other upcoming Miku figures include a Miku Day one and one of her in a kimono.

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