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Miyawaki Sakura was the co-captain of HKT48's Team KIV and a former member of IZ*ONE. She is now a member of LE SSERAFIM.

Catchphrase[]

あなたも、あなたも、みんなの心に(さくら咲けー!) 鹿児島県出身、宮脇咲良26歳です。
Anata mo, anata mo, minna no kokoro ni (Sakura Sake!) Kagoshima-ken shusshin, Miyawaki Sakura 26-sai desu.
(You too, you too, in everyone's heart (Sakura bloom!) I'm Miyawaki Sakura, I'm 26 years old, from Kagoshima prefecture.)

Team History[]

Leadership History[]

AKB48 Senbatsu Elections[]

AKB48 Janken Tournaments[]

Singles Participation[]

HKT48 A-Sides[]

HKT48 B-Sides[]

Other HKT48-related Singles[]

AKB48 A-Sides[]

AKB48 B-Sides[]

IZ*ONE A-sides[]

IZ*ONE B-sides[]

LE SSERAFIM[]

Studio Albums[]

Mini Albums[]

Japanese Singles[]

Digital Singles[]

Other Songs[]

  • Pick Me (Naekkeoya)
  • Pick Me (Nekkoya)
  • Very Very Very (Produce 48 Cover ver.)
  • Ddu-du Ddu-Du (Produce 48 Cover ver.)
  • See You Again (다시 만나)
  • Suki ni Nacchaudarou? (Produce 48 ver.)
  • Yume wo Miteiru Aida (Produce 48 ver.)

Albums Participation[]

HKT48 Albums[]

AKB48 Albums[]

IZ*ONE Albums[]

Units[]

NyaaKB with Tsuchinoko Panda[]

  • Idol wa Uunyanya no Ken

Stage Units[]

RS1 (Te wo Tsunaginagara)
Wimbledon e Tsuretette
H1 (Te wo Tsunaginagara)
Wimbledon e Tsuretette
Team H Waiting Stage (Hakata Legend)
Glass no I LOVE YOU
Seifuku no Bambi
HW1 (Pajama Drive)
Pajama Drive
A5 (Renai Kinshi Jourei)
Heart Gata Virus (Revival)
KIV1 (Theater no Megami)
Candy
Yokaze no Shiwaza (Under)
HW2 (Tadaima Renaichuu)
Junai no Crescendo
A7 (M.T ni Sasagu)
Yume de Kiss me!
KIV2 (Saishuu Bell ga naru)
Gomen ne Jewel
Oshibe to Meshibe to Yoru no Chouchou
HW3 (Yuuwaku no Garter)
Saturday Night Party
Never!
I'm sure.
KIV3 (Seifuku no Me)
Kareha no Station
Ookami to Pride

Concert Units[]

AKB48 in TOKYO DOME ~1830m no Yume~[]

HKT48 1st Anniversary[]

AKB48 Kouhaku Utagassen 2012[]

Unit Matsuri 2013[]

AKB48 Group Rinji Soukai "Shirokuro tsukeyou janai ka!"[]

HKT48
AKB48 Group

AKB48 2013 Manatsu no Dome Tour ~Mada mada, Yaranakya Ikenai koto ga aru~[]

Fukuoka Dome
Sapporo Dome

HKT48 2nd Anniversary[]

AKB48 Kouhaku Utagassen 2013[]

HKT48 Kyushu 7 Prefecture Tour ~Kawaii Ko ni wa Tabi wo Saseyo~[]

Oita Iichiko Grand Theater
Miyazaki Shimin Bunka Hall
  • Rappa Renshuu-Chuu
Kumamoto Kenritsu Gekijou
Kagoshima Shimin Bunka Hall
Saga Shimin Kaikan
Nagasaki Brick Hall

AKB48 Request Hour Setlist Best 200 2014[]

  • Seifuku no Bambi

Unit Matsuri 2014[]

AKB48 Sister Groups in Saitama Super Arena[]

HKT48
  • Ashita wa Ashita no Kimi ga Umareru
  • Cat's Eye

AKB48 Zenkoku Tour 2014[]

Shimane

AKB48 Kouhaku Utagassen 2014[]

HKT48 3rd anniversary[]

HKT48 National Tour ~Zenkoku Toitsu Owatoranken~[]

Japanese Locations
Taipei, Taiwan
Hong Kong
Yokohama Arena

HKT48 4th Anniversary[]

AKB48 Manatsu no Tandoku Concert in SSA 〜Kawaei-san no Koto ga Suki Deshita〜[]

HKT48 Spring Live Tour ~Sashiko du Soleil 2016~[]

Kojimatsuri ~Kojima Haruna Kanshasai~[]

AKB48 Tandoku Concert ~Jabajatte Nani?~[]

IZ*ONE Concert Units[]

Eyes On Me[]

Oneiric Theater[]

  • Monster (Irene & Seulgi Cover)

One, The Story[]

  • Full Moon
  • Pink Blusher

IZ*ONE Units Songs[]

Solo Songs[]

Photobooks[]

Media Appearances[]

Stage Plays[]

  • HKT48 Sashihara Rino Zachou Kouen at Meijiza (2015)
  • HKT48 Sashihara Rino Zachou Kouen at Hakataza (2015)

Movies[]

  • Himitsu (2013)

Dramas[]

Variety Shows[]

  • AKBINGO! (2014-2018)
  • KoreKara (2012-2014)
  • Aru Aru YY Terebi (2012-2013)
  • HKT Variety 48 (2012)
  • HaKaTa Hyakkaten (2012-2013)
  • HKT48 no Odekake (2013)
  • HKT48 Tonkotsu Mahou Shoujo Gakuin (2013)
  • HKT48 Shakariki 48! (2014)
  • HKT48 no "Hokamina" ~Sonohoka no minasan~ (2014-2016)
  • HKT48 no Goboten! (2015)
  • IZ*ONE CHU (2018)
  • Idol Room (2018)
  • Weekly Idol (2018)
  • AmigoTV (Season 4) (2018)
  • QT Show (2018)
  • JTBC Human Intelligence (2018)
  • The Show Mini Game (2018)
  • Comedy Big League (2018)
  • AbemaTV (2019)
  • Everyone's Kitchen (2019)

Radio[]

  • All Night Nippon
  • KBS Cool FM
  • Saku no Ki

Survival[]

Etymology[]

  • Miyawaki means "temple, shrine, palace" (宮) (miya) and "side or armpit" () (waki).
  • Sakura means "bloom" (咲) (saku) and "good" (良) (ra).

Trivia[]

  • Name in Korean: 미야와키 사쿠라
  • Charm point: Big ears
  • Hobbies: Movies, theater appreciation, reading, gaming
  • Favorite drink: Green tea latte
  • Favorite sports car: Toyota GR Supra RZ (2024-present)
  • Favorite member of HKT48 2nd Generation: Inoue Yuriya
  • Special skills: Drawing, being able to sleep anywhere
  • Good friends with: Mukaichi Mion, Yabuki Nako (SakuNako), Tanaka Miku (SakuMiku), Murashige Anna (Sakunyaa), Motomura Aoi (SakuAo), Mizukami Rimika, Lee Chaeyeon (KuChae), Kang Hyewon
  • Future ambition: Actress
  • Sakura's (咲良) name doesn't contain the word for "Cherry Blossom" because her name is from the word "Saku Ra" means "Blooming Well".
  • Member of Drama Club
  • Former member of the Melonpan Alliance
  • Was a child actress
  • It was exposed by a few other members that she has a weird way of running, and has been shown in the music videos of Kuchibiru ni Be My Baby and Otona Ressha.
  • Is a talented writer and is known for communicating her ideas well
  • One of the 50 winners of the Young Jump Gravure Competition
  • Loves gaming and has a gaming channel on YouTube. IZ*ONE fans, known as WIZ*ONE, gave her a PS4 and a Nintendo Switch as gifts during fan signs.
  • She is academically smart and always scores high.
  • First HKT48 member chosen by management to become Center for an AKB48 A-side
    • Was picked to center in AKB before HKT
  • She and Kodama Haruka often call themselves Sakuruppi or HaruSaku
  • The only member of HKT48 to have ranked in the 4th Senbatsu Election
  • Finished in 2nd place on Produce 48 and made it into the final group, IZ*ONE.
  • During an "ENOZI CAM" episode, she said she is interested in making a diary and scrapbooking.
  • Her Hogwarts house (Harry Potter) is Slytherin.
  • Her graduation was leaked before the official announcement, in the magazine Bis from ViVi Magazine. She is the 2nd member whose graduation announcement was leaked before officially announced, the first being Shimazaki Haruka.
  • Officially graduated on June 19th, but had a final talk event at the HKT48 theater with other remaining members of HKT48's 1st Generation.
  • For her 2nd Photobook, Sakura herself decided on the concept, the cameraman and the makeup and hair stylist.
    • For her graduation concert, She herself also decided on the outfits, makeup, merchandise and logo design, stage design and setlist for the concert.
  • She, along with Murashige Anna, co-wrote the lyrics for =LOVE's 9th single, Weekend Citron's coupling song, Zuttomo Anken.
  • On April 3rd, 2022, she was officially revealed as member of the upcoming girl group LE SSERAFIM.
  • Revealed in her second guesting stint in Knowing Bros that her parents divorced when she was 1 year old, and met her estranged father at a handshake event.
  • Tested positive for COVID-19 on January 14, 2023. [1]
  • She is a "MOLAK" exclusive model and the asian ambassador for "Kerastasé" and "Flower Knows". She is also a producer of a makeup brand called "CRAN".

IZ*ONE Official Character[]

Sakura Character

Gallery[]

HKT48 Profile Images
AKB48 Profile Images
LE SSERAFIM Profile Images
IZ*ONE/Produce48 Profile Images

Games
HKT48 Photo Gallery

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Miscellaneous

HKT48
Members
Team H Aramaki Misaki | Ikuno Rina | Ishibashi Ibuki | Ichimura Airi | Ito Yueru | Kawahira Hijiri | Kitagawa Hiiro | Kurihara Sae | Sakamoto Rino | Shibui Mina | Toyonaga Aki (Captain) | Fujino Kokoha | Fuchigami Mai | Mogami Nanaka | Yanase Reia | Yamauchi Yuna
Team KIV Akiyoshi Yuka | Izawa Miyu | Ihara Hanna | Imamura Maria | Eguchi Kokoha | Ouchi Rinka | Oba Risaki | Kuriyama Rina | Sakamoto Erena | Takemoto Kurumi | Tachibana Kokoro | Tanaka Iori | Jitoe Nene | Fukui Karen | Matsuoka Hana (Captain) | Morisaki Saaya | Yamashita Emiri
Kenkyuusei 6th Generation: Ishimatsu Yuina | Matsumoto Urara | Yasui Hina
7th Generation: Aoki Hinako | Ishii Ayane | Ishikawa Amiyu | Ijima Riria | Eura Yuka | Katahira Sara | Kure Yuna | Tsutsumi Fuka | Tsurukawa Nachi | Nakano Minami | Nagano Rara | Matsunaga Yui | Matsumoto Moka | Yamakawa Maria | Yoshida Mei | Ryuto Ayane
Former Members
Team H Komori Yui | Sugamoto Yuko | Taniguchi Airi | Umemoto Izumi | Anai Chihiro | Wakatabe Haruka | Okamoto Naoko | Inoue Yuriya | Ui Mashiro | Yamada Marina | Yamamoto Mao | Sashihara Rino | Kodama Haruka | Komada Hiroka | Tanaka Natsumi | Kamijima Kaede | Ueno Haruka | Tashima Meru | Mizukami Rimika | Kojina Yui | Matsuoka Natsumi | Sakaguchi Riko | Watanabe Akari | Yabuki Nako | Oda Ayaka | Unjo Hirona | Sakai Moeka
Team KIV Kusaba Manami | Goto Izumi | Ito Raira | Okada Kanna | Ota Aika | Tanaka Yuka | Tomiyoshi Asuka | Iwahana Shino | Ueki Nao | Tomonaga Mio | Fukagawa Maiko | Moriyasu Madoka | Miyawaki Sakura | Murashige Anna | Kumazawa Serina | Imada Mina | Shimono Yuki | Murakami Wakana | Goto Hinano | Baba Sayaka | Motomura Aoi | Nagano Miyabi | Takeda Tomoka | Tanaka Miku
Team TII Tsutsui Riko | Matsuda Yumi | Tsukiashi Amane | Shimizu Rio | Matsumoto Hinata | Seki Ai | Murakawa Bibian | Hokazono Hazuki | Miyazaki Sono
Kenkyuusei Eto Sayaka | Nakanishi Ayaka | Abe Kyoka | Otoshima Risa | Kudo Haruka | Ogawa Sana | Kawashima Yuna
Discography
Singles 1. Suki! Suki! Skip! | 2. Melon Juice | 3. Sakura, Minna de Tabeta | 4. Hikaeme I love you! | 5. 12 Byou | 6. Shekarashika! | 7. 74 Okubun no 1 no Kimi e | 8. Saikou ka yo | 9. Bagutte Iijan | 10. Kiss wa Matsushikanai no Deshouka? | 11. Hayaokuri Calendar | 12. Ishi | 13. 3-2 | 14. Kimi to Doko ka e Ikitai | 15. Biisan wa Naze Naku Naru no ka? | 16. Kimi wa Motto Dekiru | 17. Baketsu wo Kabure!
Album 1. 092 | 2. Outstanding
Other Songs Hatsukoi Butterfly | Wink wa Sankai | Otona Ressha | Make noise | Tomaranai Kanransha | Buttaoreru Made
Stages
Team H Te wo Tsunaginagara | Hakata Legend | Seishun Girls | Saishuu Bell ga Naru | Theater no Megami | RESET | Mokugekisha
Team KIV Theater no Megami | Saishuu Bell ga Naru | Seifuku no Me | Koko ni Datte Tenshi wa Iru
Team TII Te wo Tsunaginagara | Renai Kinshi Jourei
Himawarigumi Pajama Drive | Tadaima Renaichuu | Yuuwaku no Garter
Kenkyuusei Te wo Tsunaginagara | PARTY ga Hajimaru yo | Nounai Paradise | Kibou no Tsubomi
Units and Sister Groups
One-Shot Units Team Surprise | Team BS
AKB48 Group inside Japan AKB48 | SKE48 | NMB48 | HKT48 | NGT48 | STU48
AKB48 Group outside Japan JKT48 | BNK48 | MNL48 | AKB48 Team SH | AKB48 Team TP | CGM48 | KLP48
Former Groups OJS48 | SDN48 | TPE48 | MUM48 | SGO48 | DEL48 | MUB48
Events
Sousenkyo 4th Senbatsu Sousenkyo - 27th Single "Fan ga Erabu 64 Giseki"
5th Senbatsu Sousenkyo - 32nd Single "Yume wa Hitori ja Mirarenai"
6th Senbatsu Sousenkyo - 37th Single "Yume no Genzaichi ~Rival wa Doko da~"
7th Senbatsu Sousenkyo - 41st Single
8th Senbatsu Sousenkyo - 45th Single
9th Senbatsu Sousenkyo - 49th Single
10th Senbatsu Sousenkyo / Sekai Senbatsu Sousenkyo - 53rd Single
Janken Taikai 3rd Senbatsu Janken Taikai - 29th Single
4th Senbatsu Janken Taikai - 34th Single
5th Janken Taikai - Solo Debut + 38th Single
6th Janken Taikai - Solo Debut
7th Janken Taikai - Unit Formation + Debut
8th Janken Taikai - Unit Debut
Group Draft Meeting AKB48 Group Draft Meeting 2013
AKB48 Group Draft Meeting 2015
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