Plus a look at the final packaging for the Hatsune Miku Po Pi Po vegetable juice. It costs less than 200 yen!
Rin’s Omelette Napolitan
Finally, a Kagamine Rin themed item! It’s a perfect match for her image colour (yellow)!
From August 14 to September 10 Family Mart outlets in Japan will carry a Rin’s Omelette Napolitan (リンのオムナポリタン) as part of the Hatsune Miku 5th Anniversary Miku Loves FamiMa campaign (『初音ミク ５th Anniversary ミク LOVES ファミマ♪キャンペーン』).
Judging from the pictures alone you might think that this to be a regular plate of omelette rice.
That’s not the case, however. In an attempt to switch things up a bit (since omu rice is so blatantly common), Family Mart decided to go with Spaghetti Napolitan covered under that fluffy omelette instead of fried rice.
Two slices of cheese garnished on top evoke Kagamine Rin’s trademark head-ribbon.
Customers are also advised to use the ketchup that sits on the side to draw their favourite sayings or a face on the omelette.
Also worth noting: this dish, Rin’s Omelette Napolitan, is made and produced under the supervision of Good Smile Cafe. Only 40,000 packs will be available throughout the promotional period nation-wide.
Miku Vegetable Juice
This week the Family Mart X Hatsune Miku blog also shared a little more detail on the previously-reported vegetable juice that’s themed after the song Po Pi Po.
The final name for the drink is Po Pi Po Mirai Yasai (ぽっぴっぽー 未来野菜). It will be sold at all Family Mart outlets between August 14 and September 10, available in two form factors: a 350ml pet bottle (158 yen), or a 200ml juicebox (105 yen). I’m a little surprised that the drink would be sold for well under the 200 yen as “advertised” in the Po Pi Po song, but that’s Family Mart for you. Competitive, mass-market pricing for all.
In case you’re wondering, FamiMe is keenly aware of the 200 yen meme from the song, but decided to price it lower to encourage sales. So now you don’t have an excuse to pick one up.
A total of six designs are available for the illustrations that adorn both the pet bottle and juicebox containers.
Source: Family Mart X Hatsune Miku