For the third time (after 2013 and 2014) a Hatsune Miku concert & exhibition event will be held in Japan. This time the concert will take place at Nippon Budokan in central Tokyo, while the exhibition will be at the nearby Science Museum.
Additionally, to the Hatsune Miku character, this time other VOCALOIDs (Kagamine Rin/Len, Megurine Luka, MEIKO and KAITO) will be part of the show.
Don’t know Hatsune Miku, yet? “Hatsune Miku” is music software developed by Crypton Future Media, INC. which enables anyone to create songs by entering lyrics and melodies. The singing Anime character became an Internet phenomena after many users created musing using the software and posted their works online.
There will be three concert shows:
September 4th, 2015 – 18:30 (6.30pm)
September 5th, 2015 – 12:30 (12.30pm)
September 5th, 2015 – 18:30 (6.30pm)
The separate exhibition at the nearby Science Museum will be open on September 4th (13:00-19:00), September 5th (9:00-19:00) and September 6th (9:00-19:00).
Entry to the exhibition costs JPY 500 (included in concert ticket).
Ticket face value (excl. ticketing fees)
Arena Seats: JPY 9,000
S seats (stands): JPY 8,000
A seats (back of stands) JPY 7,000
Group seats (stands, 3 people): JPY 21,000
U-18 seats (stands, like S seats): JPY 3,900
Until June 1st.
Additional presale phases will be announced, afterwards.
People living outside of Japan can apply for tickets Arena Seat and S seat ticket through the official site:
People residing in Japan – or if you want other types of seats – need to apply through the Japanese sites.
Our Ticket Service provides can help, if needed.
Starting on August 1st.
We recommend participating in the preorder since the event might sell out even before general sale starts.
If you need assistance, check out our Ticket Service or directly contact us here.
This event will take place at Nippon Budokan (concert) and the Science Museum (exhibition).
The closest train/subway stations to Nippon Budokan are:
Kudanshita Subway Station: Toei Shinjuku Line, Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line (purple), Tokyo Metro Tozai Line (blue)
To check train connections online: http://www.hyperdia.com/ (English/Japanese/Chinese)
Hotels near Nippon Budokan
If you want to stay close to the concert/exhibition venue, you can find hotels near Nippon Budokan here.