日本 (Hinomoto) - Literally means "the place where the sun rises" and another reading for Nippon/Japan.
鬼子 (Oniko; Goblin Girl/Child) - A spoof on the anti-Japan movement in China. The phrase 日本鬼子 means "demonic Japanese" in the Chinese language.
|GENDER||Female||VOICE RANGE||Unknown||RELATED CHARACTERS||Teto Kasane (Fellow Vipperloid)|
Ruko Yokune (Fellow Vipperloid)
Ritsu Namine (Fellow Vipperloid)
Rook (Fellow Vipperloid)
Miko Ooka (Fellow Vipperloid)
Tei Sukone (Fellow Vipperloid)
|AGE||16-18 (at appearance)||GENRE||Unknown||HOMEPAGE||Hinomoto Oniko Wiki (illustration)|
UTAU Oniko Wiki (voicebank)
|WEIGHT||Unknown||CHARACTER ITEM||Hannya mask, Naginata||CREATOR||No.015|
|HEIGHT / MEASUREMENTS||Unknown||VOICE SOURCE||Hibiki Senbou (千房 響)||PICTURE LINK LIST||CONCEPT ART, PIAPRO, PIXIV, DEVIANT ART, GELBOORU, GOOGLE IMAGE, PHOTOBUCKET|
|BIRTHDAY||December 25||LIKES||Wanko soba, anything delicious||MEDIA LIST||NICO NICO DOUGA, YOUTUBE|
|RELEASE DATE||December 25, 2010||DISLIKES||Roasted soybeans||SIGNATURE SONG||Unknown|
|PERSONALITY: She wipes out Oni (often translated as demon, goblin or ogre) dwelling in human minds, but she is also an Oni, which she may or not be aware of. Her eyes turn red and horns grow longer when she gets offended.|
Hair color: Black, straight.
Headgear: None. She has horns on her head.
Eye color: Black. When offended, turns red.
Dress: Red Kimono with maple-leaf design.
Nationality/Race: Japanese goblin.
Favorite Phrase: 萌え散れ！ (Moechire!; Get moe-d and fly apart!)
Oniko is available here, and the password is utauoniko.
With the rising anti-Japan movement in China in 2010, Vip@2ch users planned to fight back with a moe character by joke. The term 日本鬼子 (rì bĕn guǐ zǐ), the worst kind of insult meaning "demonic Japanese" in Chinese language, was a common apperance in the demonstrations. But 鬼子 carries much less negative point in Japanese language, so they created a moe character by the name and tried replacing the usage of the term in the cyberspace. Illustrations were recruited publicly and the final design art was decided on November 1, 2010. The voicebank was finally on distribution on Dec. 25 of the year.
Some details are based on existing information and usage experience. The details seen here may be subject to change without prior notice.