Creating a futuristic (in a near-future sense) and progressive country that addresses various criticisms of Japanese society and isn't held back by conservatism.
Themed after a personified software whose name means "the first sound of the future."
What Hatsunia is not about:
waifu body pillows, hentai
"Weeaboo" originally meant the kind of person who wishes they lived in Japan (or was born there) because of anime or other Japanese pop culture. But there's more to a society than that.
Anti-weeaboo counterarguments love to point out Japan's flaws. "They have institutional xenophobia and sexism." "The work culture is oppressive and inefficient." "Japan is a nice place to visit, but not to live."
In the 1980s, people expected that Japan would economically take over the world (albeit with xenophobia towards the Japanese). Now, people complain about Japanese businesses being outdated and uncompetitive.
What would really make Japan a more desirable place to live and work in, with an economy that could say "the world is mine"? What if the society wasn't xenophobic? What if workplaces were more efficient with tech, and less toxic?
These socioeconomic systems don't have to be perfect either, they just need to not "lag behind" other developed countries.
By 2050 cars will be driving themselves; 3-D printers will be coughing out products as blithely as 2-D printers today cough out words and phrases; robots will be doing so much for us that we risk finding ourselves with nothing to do for ourselves — and Japan to be stuck in manga- and anime-land instead of leading this charge into the future?"
In other words: