40meterP (40㍍P), often shortened to just 40mP, is a VOCALOID music composer and illustrator. His works usually exceed 100,000 views in average. His most popular songs are "Karakuri Pierrot" and "Ren'ai Saiban", both achieving over 10M views. He has produced the most #1 songs on the Weekly VOCALOID Ranking, with 27 songs. He also holds the record for the most songs to enter the Hall of Fame, with a total of 76 works.
40meterP's sixth song to have entered the Hall of Legend. It is featured in the games Project mirai, -Project DIVA- Arcade and Miku Flick/02 with both the original vocals by Miku as well as a version by Kagamine Rin.
This song was a song broadcasted on NHK's popular television program Minna no Uta (みんなのうた) (August and September). It is the first VOCALOID song to ever have been featured on the program and is featured on the album Shounen to Mahou no Robot VOCALOID BEST,NEW RECORDINGS.
Hatsune Miku's Dollfie wearing her "Dream" outfit based on the iconic costume from the song "Do Re Mi Fa Rondo".
Karakuri Pierrot Miku Persona Gacha Set (Hatsune MikuxTinierMe Collab)
40meterP is married to the utaite Chano. The two have created many songs together. They also have two sons.
He composed the song "Evidence," which was used as the seventh opening song in the anime Fairy Tail. In this version, it was sung by DaisyxDaisy, while in his album Chiisana Jibun to Oukina Sekai, it was sung by Miku as a Bonus Track.
His song "Graffiti Picasso" was made as a collab with Pentel to sell Vocaloid themed pens
He composed the song "Limited sky", which is performed by Arthur Lounsbery and featured in the 4th episode of the first season of the anime Star-Myu (alternatively known as High School Star Musical). For the second season of the anime, he composed the song "Storytellers", which is performed by Nobunaga Shimazaki, Kengo Takanashi, Yuichiro Umehara and Shunsuke Takeuchi.