This Hatsune Miku figure stands approx. 17cm tall and comes in a printed box
Furyu’s Noodle stopper statue figures can be sat in a variety of places such as on top of cup pot noodles to keep them hot, a shelf or even a cupboard
Hatsune Miku, 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. Miku’s personification has been marketed as a virtual idol and has performed at live virtual concerts onstage as an animated projection (rear-cast projection on a specially coated glass screen).
Miku uses Yamaha Corporation’s Vocaloid 2, Vocaloid 3, and Vocaloid 4 singing synthesizing technologies. She also uses Crypton Future Media’s Piapro Studio, a standalone singing synthesizer editor. She was the second Vocaloid sold using the Vocaloid 2 engine and the first Japanese Vocaloid to use the Japanese version of the 2 engine. Her voice is modeled from Japanese voice actress Saki Fujita.
The name of the character comes from merging the Japanese words for first (初, hatsu), sound (音, ne), and future (ミク, miku), thus meaning “the first sound of the future”
Noodle Stoppers are a line of figures by FuRyu that help your instant noodles cook by keeping the lid of the cup held down by their weight. How helpful! If you’re not a fan of ramen, no need to worry, as you can perch your Noodle Stopper on just about any flat surface.