The answer is “No”. It is, quite literally, unpossible.
But before we get to that, let’s first take a look at how Miku Flick actually plays. Contrary to my initial speculation, it seems like you really don’t need to be well-versed in the ways of Japanese hieroglphyics (or just hiragana) to play the game.
Oh, make sure you stop at the 03:10 mark (when you get to the “results” screen… we’ll let you know why in a bit).
Seems manageable, even though it’s on Hard, right?
Now here’s the same song again, this time in Break the Limit mode (this is footage from the same video, beginning from 03:10)
Yep, in Break the Limit mode you’re expected to type out every single syllable in the song. And in the case of “The Disappearance of Hatsune Miku”, the final (and hardest) song you unlock in Miku Flick, that’s simply not humanly possible.
Not every song is as unscalable in Break the Limit mode. As this next video from YouTube user Yuuki7oct proves, Break the Limit is perfectly playable – he cleared “moon” with an “A” ranking (over 15,000 points). Although it will no doubt test your skills.
Miku Flick is available on the Japanese iTunes store for 1,200 yen, and supports the iPhone (3GS and up), iPod Touch (3rd Generation and up), and iPad.