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Phoenixiaoio (CN)2

// December 1, 2010

Cosplay Gen: There are a lot of versions of Hatsune Miku; what did you see in the 1925 Hatsune Miku version?
Phoenixiaoio: As you say, there are lots of versions, and I think they are extremely different from each other. 1925 is such a cute song and its lyrics contain the historical fact of the year 1925 in Japan. It is the first year when female conductors were used for the trains of Japan. Also, the year was marked by unrest and civilization crowd. People started to reflect whether money is important or not. I think that is what I see in the 1925 version.

CG: How long did it take you to make the Hatsune Miku Cantarella dress and what were the most difficult parts to do?
Phoenix: In… about 3 months I think…In fact, I don’t remember exactly because it really took lots of time to make. The most difficult part was the corset. The corset has plastic rings to keep its shape.

CG: If you were to cosplay a male Vocaloid, which one would it be and why?
Phoenix: I don’t think I will cos any male vocaloid. Never.

Phoenixiaoio
Years of Cosplay: 8 years
Beijing, China

1925 Hatsune Miku Cosplay






Hatsune Miku Cantarella Cosplay


Published in CosplayGen#02.
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2 Comments

  1. [...] illustrate the views of the people involved. One was a particularly interesting (though short) interview with a Chinese cosplayer, explaining why she chose the 1925 version of Hatsune Miku, one of the Vocaloid characters (the [...]

  2. mỹ linh says:

    xinh gê nha ^^

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