Meet Miyuki, an award-winning Japanese actress, voice actor, and performing artist hailing from Fukuoka, Japan and currently based in Los Angeles.
Miyuki's impressive career spans various media, including movies, TV shows, musicals, music videos, event stages, and workshops.
You might recognize her from the Netflix movie "Day Shift," where she shines as "Momoko." The film recently soared to the top of worldwide streaming charts, and Miyuki had the pleasure of indulging in improv acting alongside stars like Jamie Foxx and Snoop Dogg.
Her talent also graced the Warner Brothers production "Harley Quinn - Birds of Prey."
Miyuki takes on the lead role in "Rasch und mit Feuer" , "Midori in Hawaii" on Amazon Prime, as well as "Tales of the Valley of the Wind" and "100 Ways to Die."
Not just limited to the screen, Miyuki has recently featured as a barista named "Miyuki" in a major credit card company commercial that's now airing worldwide. In addition, her image adorned billboards across the US, as she portrayed a doctor for a healthcare organization advertisement.
Miyuki's versatile voice has been sought after for commercials and dubbing work in movies and video games.
She is also celebrated for her "GETA DANCE ART" performing art, having graced stages worldwide.
Miyuki's Live Art Japanese Calligraphy performances have captivated audiences worldwide. Her artistic creations showcased at Japanese festivals in California, Texas, and Europe have consistently sold out, leaving a lasting impression on attendees.
Miyuki has also organized art and craft summer camps for children, sharing her creative expertise and fostering young talent. She's been known to teach the intricate art of lotus leaf canvas painting to the local community, spreading the joy of artistic expression far and wide.
Founder- CEO /Director of Non Profit Organization WAVE STUDIO 501(c)(3)
performing art school / healing studio in Torrance California for Japanese community throughout the world.
Acting, Singing, Voice and vocal training, Yoga, Kids Yoga, Meditation, Tuning Forks Healing and reading, Reiki, Breathing technique, Dance, Kids Ballet, Dance Audition Skills and Art.
Miyuki has become an iconic figure at local Japanese-American festivals and events, shining as a Japanese-English bilingual emcee and singer.
In the late '90s, Miyuki received a scholarship to the US national dance program, a pivotal moment that marked the beginning of her remarkable journey. Making the courageous move from Japan to the United States, she has since continued to captivate audiences with her multitalented performances.
Acting / Voice Acting / Musical / Dance / Singing / Yoga / Motorcycle Riding / Horseback Riding / Swimming / Diving / Aerial Silk / Sword Fighting / Karate Fighting / Skiing / Rock climbing/ Japanese writing / Graphic Design / Video Editing
Miyuki was born and raised in Fukuoka in 1972.
She became a primary member of the professional dance team M-Trap’s in Japan 1993. Miyuki performed with them throughout Japan for eight years, during which time she further developed her skills and abilities as a dancer and singer. She then partnered with two other singers and created the new group Girls-Trap’s, which performed on television and radio and for festivals and other events.
Miyuki obtained BA at Seinan Gakuin University majoring in Child Educational Development. She also received a degree in Museum Curator Studies. She studied genetics DNA at research lab of professor David A Johnson, and practiced at an archeological research lab.
She also participated in several extracurricular activities on campus, including conducting the university’s chapel choir. In addition, Miyuki started her own gospel-singing group, which performed for weddings and other special events. At the same time, she honed her skills as an event hostess and master of ceremonies at numerous functions throughout the city of Fukuoka.
in 1997, Miyuki was invited to the United States by winning a scholarship to participate in the Winners USA National Dance Program which was organized by Tony Selznick, Russell Clark and Barbara Uemura .
Later, she solo-backpacking traveled around the U.S. for three months.
Miyuki moved to Los Angeles 1999, There she started working as an actress in films, television, and theater. She also established herself as a world popular performing artist for her original 'GETA DANCE ART' and singer and bilingual emcee for banquets, concerts, and other events.
She also had an experience as a director for music videos and theatrical musicals.
Her signature performance art GETA DANCE ART © was created in 2005 – a style that blends elements of traditional Japanese dance, modern dance, and chakra vocals combined with live calligraphy and painting, and performed throughout the world. Music director Pierre Dube provided the music mainly.
In 2017, She started a Non-Profit organization, WAVE STUDIO in Torrance California for dance, ballet, yoga, music, acting, art, fitness, martial arts and healing for Japanese community in local Torrance, and it eventually expanded for the students all over the world including Japan.
Among Miyuki’s other activities:
- She is a Tuning Forks Frequencies Master and Reiki Master. She obtained an International Yoga Alliance Teacher certificate in Rishikesh, India and teaches Yoga and Tuning Forks healing and reading.
- She teaches classes in Yoga, Tuning Forks Frequencies, Vocal training, Art, Acting, Musicals, Children’s ballet, Jazz and Contemporary dance, audition skills, and dance for special needs children and their families.
Miyuki enjoys different forms of art. She spends time drawing, painting, and creating ceramics. She also enjoys writing, graphic designing, taking photos, and shooting and editing videos.
Her goal of life is "Happiness for the World." She dedicates her artistry to supporting children, animals, and the natural earth, as well as to promoting world peace.
Had Solo backpacking travels around the United States from the west coast to the east coast through the Southern States and east to west through the Northern States.
Had Solo travels to several countries in Europe and India.