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I’m a ‘fictional’ who married a hologram, but we’re already having relationship problems

A “FICTOSEXUAL” man has claimed he is now having trouble communicating with the hologram he married four years ago.

Akihiko Kondo says that despite the current technical issues, he’s still in love with a fictional 16-year-old anime character named Hatsune Miku.

Akihiko Kondo unofficially married a hologram version of fictional pop singer Hatsune Miku

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Akihiko Kondo unofficially married a hologram version of fictional pop singer Hatsune MikuCredit: Akihiko Kondo
Kondo has a large doll version of the anime character and several stuffed animal versions

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Kondo has a large doll version of the anime character and several stuffed animal versionsCredit: Akihiko Kondo

A person under the age of 18 cannot marry in Japan without parental consent, but Hatsune Miku is not a real person, which Kondo admitted prior to his unofficial marriage.

The 38-year-old describes himself as “fictionosexual,” meaning he’s sexually attracted to fictional characters.

Hatsune Miku is a blue-haired virtual pop singer popular in Japan and among anime fans.

In 2014 she even went on tour with Lady Gaga.

Kondo spent approximately $17,300 to marry his fictional bride and says he still loves her, although software issues are currently negatively affecting the relationship.

According to a Japanese news agency mainichiKondo can no longer speak to his virtual bride.

Since 2017, he has been interacting with a virtual version of Miku through a device called the Gatebox.

The $1,300 device is designed to project interactive holograms.

It allowed Kondo to propose to a hologram of Miku and allow her to attend the wedding.

However, the software Kondo relied on to talk to the holographic love of his life no longer works.

Despite this setback, Kondo’s love remains the same.

He said to Mainchi, “My love for Miku hasn’t changed.”

Kondo has a doll version of Miku that he can carry around.

He says the character helped him with his mental health after bullying at work left him depressed.

Kondo found Miku in 2008 and says he spends all his time in his room watching videos of her.

In 2017, he proposed to her hologram.

He invited his friends and colleagues to his wedding, but none of them came.

However, Kondo and his hologram were not alone, 39 people attended the wedding, including some people who also identify as fictional.

Kondo identifies as fictional, meaning he is sexually attracted to fictional characters

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Kondo identifies as fictional, meaning he is sexually attracted to fictional charactersCredit: Akihiko Kondo

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