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Hatsune Miku: Hiyashite Narasou Okashi no Ii Oto


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Synonyms: Hatsune Miku: Glico Pocky Commercial, The Great Sound of Chilled Snacks
Japanese: 初音ミク 冷やして鳴らそうお菓子のいい音

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Type: ONA
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: May 31, 2016
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Source: Original
Genres: Music
Duration: 29 sec.
Rating: G - All Ages

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Score: 5.741 (scored by 593 users)
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Ranked: #75882
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Popularity: #7649
Members: 1,058
Favorites: 2
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Hatsune Miku teaches viewers how to eat Pocky in summer.

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More reviewsReviews

Nov 10, 2016
Shikeiki (All reviews)
Why the Low Score? All I can say is that this is a commercial for Pocky, with our lovely Hatsune Miku! Prepare yourself for the coming of thy pocky, and M'lady.

Art is pretty good for intense and smooth CG of Miku.

Sound is as expected of Hatsune Miku, quality music

Since this is just a commercial, I give Character a 10 since Hatsune Miku's design is really good

I enjoyed this because of Hatsune Miku, Pocky, and the catchy song.

Overall I just give this a 10/10 for Mikuness, one good thing about this commercial is that it tells you how to prepare your Pocky for your Mouth.

~Dess
Mar 25, 2017
zombie_pegasus (All reviews)
It may seem silly to judge a 30 second commercial aired on the internet as if it were intended to accomplish anything other than get people to purchase a snack at a time of year that would otherwise be unpopular, but as a professionally produced Japanese animation it can and should be treated as an anime. What’s funny about this anime is that it was first aired at the end of May which isn’t even all that hot, but I guess they had their reasons.

There isn’t exactly a story to this anime, but unlike other anime commercials it isn’t just telling you to buy a read more

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