Legendary Miku Hatsune Miku was seen in “What’s YOU Doing in Japan? and she looks just like the “real Miku Hatsune”… A legendary beauty was active in Japan! | FRIDAY DIGITAL

Legendary Miku Hatsune Miku was seen in “What’s YOU Doing in Japan? and she looks just like the “real Miku Hatsune”… A legendary beauty was active in Japan!

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Saya says she loves Hatsune Miku. Her light blue hair color suits her very well.

Saya says, “Even though it was six years ago, I still get calls from people when I walk down the street saying, ‘I saw that show. I have been attending a Japanese language school since this spring and have learned hiragana and katakana, but Japanese is difficult. It makes me sad that I can’t speak well with people who approach me.

The light blue-haired girl who speaks like this is influencer Saya Scarlett, the “Real Hatsune Miku.

She first came to Japan in October ’17 to participate in a Hatsune Miku event. At that time, she was interviewed at Narita Airport by TV Tokyo’s “What are you doing in Japan? She sang Hatsune Miku’s songs fluently, although she could barely understand Japanese, and became a topic of conversation along with her lovely appearance.

She has produced more than 100 videos of herself in Hatsune Miku cosplay and is also active as a YouTuber. She dyes her hair, not with a wig, but with her natural hair. Many of her costumes are handmade, and when she was in Russia, she attended a clothing college and made Hatsune Miku cosplays.

Now I study Japanese and edit videos by myself, so it’s hard to find time to make costumes,” she says. I buy them from a website for Chinese cosplayers.”

One of his videos has been viewed more than 15 million times, but he says it is “not for profit” to clear up copyright issues, and he receives little money for it. In order to attend Japanese language school, he worked as a waiter at a Japanese restaurant and a post office operator in Russia to save money. She manages to make ends meet with her savings, her paid membership dues, and money thrown around.

I have videos of me touring tourist attractions in Kyoto and Osaka without being Miku Hatsune, but I’m a little embarrassed to upload videos of the real me. From now on, I’d like to upload videos of my life in Japan, but I’m not sure if I should upload them without cosplay because it would be too embarrassing.”

Because of this, she often cooks her own meals to save money. She cooks rice and eats it with raw eggs and natto (fermented soybeans). Pretending to be holding a knife, she laughs, “I cut green onions with a thump.

I love Japanese food. I can’t find anything I don’t like. I grew up in Russia, where my mother told me not to leave food behind and not to have likes and dislikes. I can cook Russian, Japanese, and European food. But I live alone, so it’s hard to cook too much (laughs).

Saya laughs cheerfully, but she met Hatsune Miku in a hospital bed when she was eight years old.

She was hospitalized for heart disease. I had asthma and my eyesight was bad, so I got to know Hatsune Miku on my hospital bed, and she gave me the courage to live as an 8-year-old. I was in pain and crying all the time, but when I met Hatsune Miku, I learned that there is joy and fun in life. I put up videos on SNS in the hopes that I can bring this awesomeness to more people.”

When asked how long she would continue cosplaying as Hatsune Miku, she immediately replied, “Forever.


But then he furrowed his brow and continued, “My parents in Russia want me to work for a bank.

My parents in Russia want me to work in a bank. My Russian parents want me to work in a bank, to have a solid job and a stable life, but I want to choose a path that excites me. But I want to take the path that excites me. I want to learn more Japanese and become a singer. Especially, I want to write and sing my own original songs. I want to write and sing songs to cheer people up, just like Hatsune Miku cheered me up when I was 8 years old.

Saya is working hard to make her dream come true. Why don’t you take a peek at her YouTube channel?

During our interview, we could see that she is eager to learn, using a translation app to help her understand what she doesn’t understand.
Saya says her dream is to become a singer. She can speak Japanese smoothly when singing.
Saya says she loves Japanese culture.
  • Interview and writing Daisuke Iwasaki PHOTO Takero Yui

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