What is the meaning of the song senbonzakura?
“Thousand Cherry Blossoms” is an original song by Kurousa-P. This song is about the westernization of Japan, which happened during the Meiji Restoration. Despite having an upbeat, oriental track, the song contains rather dark themes, mentioning guillotines and ICBMs.
What is senbonzakura about Hatsune Miku?
From the popular Hatsune Miku song by Kurousa-P, ‘Senbonzakura’ comes a figure of Hatsune Miku in her unique outfit from the song! The figure is based on Itto Maru’s original illustration featuring Miku looking over her shoulder with her hand pointing in the shape of a gun, as if firing behind her.
Who is Miku Hatsune?
Hatsune Miku (Japanese: 初音ミク), also called Miku Hatsune, and officially code-named CV01, is a Vocaloid software voicebank developed by Crypton Future Media and its official moe anthropomorphism, a 16-year-old girl with long, turquoise twintails.
Who originally sang Senbonzakura?
“Senbonzakura” (千本桜, lit. “a thousand sakura”) is a 2011 song written by Japanese vocaloid music producer Kurousa-P (黒うさP) released with the voice of Hatsune Miku. First posted onto Niconico, a video sharing website, the song quickly became viral and inspired multiple cover versions and other derivative works.
Who first sang Senbonzakura?
Is Miku’s hair green or blue?
Miku’s hair is similar to a blue jay’s feathers. They’re both black, but they appear coloured because of structural colouration.
What anime is Senbonzakura from?
“Senbonzakura” (千本桜, lit. “a thousand sakura”) is a 2011 song written by Japanese vocaloid music producer Kurousa-P (黒うさP) released with the voice of Hatsune Miku….Wagakki Band version.
|Song by Wagakki Band|