|Nickname||Sakura (さくら), Kura-unnie (쿠라언니)|
|Birthdate||March 19, 1998|
|Birthplace||Kagoshima City, Kagoshima, Japan|
|Current Age||20 Years Old|
|Social Networks||7gogo / Google+ / Instagram / SHOWROOM / Twitter / Weibo / YouTube|
|Idol Career Info|
|Debuted||July, 2011 / 1st Generation|
- 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20歳です。
- Anata mo, anata mo, minna no kokoro ni (Sakura Sake!) Kagoshima-ken shusshin, Miyawaki Sakura 20-sai desu.
- (You too, you too, in everyone's heart (Sakura bloom!) I'm Miyawaki Sakura, I'm 20 years old, from Kagoshima prefecture.)
- On March 4, was promoted to Team H (Team H formation).
- On June 6, during the 4th Senbatsu Election, placed 47th place. She was the only HKT48 member to rank, and the youngest overall member voted into the Top 64.
- On October 31, was chosen as a Senbatsu member for AKB48's 28th single UZA.
- On January 11, during the HKT48 concert "Kawaii Ko ni wa Motto Tabi wa Saseyo, it was announced that Sakura would move to Team KIV.
- On February 24, during the AKB48 Group Daisokaku Matsuri, her Kennin position with AKB48 Team A was announced.
- On June 7, during the 6th Senbatsu Election, was voted #11 and joined Senbatsu, being the first HKT48 member to join the AKB48 with the exception of Sashihara Rino.
- On September 7, her participation in the sub-unit "NyanyaKB with Tsuchinoko Panda" was announced.
- On November 26, became the center for AKB48's 38th single Kibouteki Refrain with Watanabe Mayu. This was the first time, management chose an HKT48 member as center for an AKB48 single.
- Starting January 20, Sakura was co-star on Majisuka Gakuen 4 alongside Shimazaki Haruka, marking her first appearance in a drama.
- On April 8, the ending theme "Idol wa Unyanya no Ken" for the video game Yokai Watch was released by NyanyaKB with Tsuchinoko Panda.
- On April 22, was the center for HKT48's 5th single 12byou together with Kodama Haruka. This was the first time she centered an HKT48 single.
- On November 14, was appointed the ambassador for the promotion of Cultural Property of the Kagoshima prefecture.
- On March 9, was the solo center for AKB48's 43rd single Kimi wa Melody. This was her first solo center position.
- On September 1, started a twitter and instagram account.
- Starting October, she was chosen as a model to represent Saibu Gas Co. Ltd.
- Starting October 30, was part of the cast for Cabasuka Gakuen.
- Starting January 22, appeared in the drama Tofu Pro Wrestling as the lead alongside Matsui Jurina.
- On December 8, during the AKB48 12th Anniversary Shuffle, her kennin with Team A was removed.
- On March 19, started a gaming channel on YouTube.
- On April 1, had her last activity as a member of Team A during the AKB48 Tandoku Concert ~Jabajatte Nani?~ concert.
- On May 10, her appearance in the Korean idol survival show "Produce 48" was announced.
- Received Rank A during the initial evaluation.
- Was chosen as the center for the first original song, Nekkoya (Pick Me).
- Performed I.O.I's "Very Very Very" for the first group battle performance. Was originally chosen as the center, but it was changed to Kim Cho-yeon last minute.
- During the Position evaluation, chose Vocal and Rap and performed BLACKPINK's Ddu-du Ddu-Du.
- During the Concept evaluation, chose Pop Dance and performed the original song "See You Again" (다시 만나).
- During the Debut evaluation, chose the Japanese song "Suki ni Nacchau Darou?" (好きになっちゃうだろう?).
- Was voted 2nd place in the final ranking and was chosen as one of the members to debut in Korea.
- On August 31, was announced as a member for the Korean and Japanese girl group IZ*ONE.
AKB48 Senbatsu Elections
- 4th Senbatsu Election - #47 (Next Girls)
- 5th Senbatsu Election - #26 (Undergirls)
- 6th Senbatsu Election - #11 (Senbatsu)
- 7th Senbatsu Election - #7 (Senbatsu) (Kami 7)
- 8th Senbatsu Election - #6 (Senbatsu) (Kami 7)
- 9th Senbatsu Election - #4 (Senbatsu) (Kami 7)
- 10th Senbatsu Election - #3 (Senbatsu) (Kami 7)
AKB48 Janken Tournaments
- 4th Janken Taikai - Round 2 (Lost to Kikuchi Ayaka)
- 5th Janken Taikai - Round 3 (Lost to Iwatate Saho)
- 6th Janken Taikai - Round 1 (Lost to Ichikawa Manami)
- 7th Janken Taikai - Round 3 (Lost to Takeuchi Saki)
- HKT48 Kenkyuusei → Team H → Team KIV → Team KIV and Team A → Team KIV
- Suki! Suki! Skip!
- Melon Juice
- Sakura, Minna de Tabeta
- Hikaeme I love you!
- 12byou (WCenter with Kodama Haruka)
- 74okubun no 1 no Kimi e
- Saikou ka yo
- Bagutte Iijan
- Kiss wa Matsushikanai no Deshouka?
- Hayaokuri Calendar
- Onegai Valentine (Suki! Suki! Skip!)
- Kataomoi no Karaage (Suki! Suki! Skip!) (Center)
- Seifuku no Bambi (Suki! Suki! Skip!)
- Soko de Nani wo Kangaeru ka? (Melon Juice)
- Kibou no Kairyuu (Melon Juice) (Center)
- Namioto no Orugoru (Melon Juice)
- Kimi wa Doushite? (Sakura, Minna de Tabeta)
- Mukashi no Kareshi no Oniichan to Tsukiau to Iu Koto (Sakura, Minna de Tabeta) (WCenter with Tomonaga Mio)
- Kimi no Koto ga Suki yaken (Sakura, Minna de Tabeta)
- Ima, Kimi wo Omou (Hikaeme I love you!)
- Natsu no Mae (Hikaeme I love you!) (Center)
- Rock da yo, jinsei wa... (12byou)
- Hawaii e Ikou (12byou)
- Tasogare no Tandem (Shekarashika!)
- Yumemiru Team KIV (Shekarashika!) (WCenter with Tomonaga Mio)
- Chain of love (74okubun no 1 no Kimi e)
- Taboo no Iro (74okubun no 1 no Kimi e) (Duet with Kodama Haruka)
- Yume Hitotsu (Saikou ka yo)
- Go Bananas! (Saikou ka yo) (Center)
- Hitsuzenteki Koibito (Bagutte Iijan)
- Koisuru Ribbon! (Kiss wa Matsushikanai no Deshouka?)
- Kisetsu no Sei ni Shitaku wa nai (Hayaokuri Calendar)
- Boku no Omoi ga Itsuka Niji ni Naru Made (Hayaokuri Calendar) (Center)
- Itsuka Mita Umi no Soko (1830m)
- Aozora yo Sabishikunai ka? (1830m)
- Stoic na Bigaku (Tsugi no Ashiato)
- Kanojo (Koko ga Rhodes da, Koko de Tobe!) (Solo)
- Oh! Baby (Koko ga Rhodes da, Koko de Tobe!)
- Clap (0 to 1 no Aida)
- Christmas Eve ni Nakanai you ni (0 to 1 no Aida) (Duet with Watanabe Mayu)
- Baguette (Thumbnail)
- Kutsuhimo no Musubikata (Bokutachi wa, Ano Hi no Yoake wo Shitteiru)
- Kiss Campaign (Bokutachi wa, Ano Hi no Yoake wo Shitteiru)
NyaaKB with Tsuchinoko Panda
- AKB48 Group
- Fukuoka Dome
- Sapporo Dome
- Oita Iichiko Grand Theater
- Miyazaki Shimin Bunka Hall
- Kumamoto Kenritsu Gekijou
- Kagoshima Shimin Bunka Hall
- Saga Shimin Kaikan
- Nagasaki Brick Hall
- Ashita wa Ashita no Kimi ga Umareru
- Cat's Eye
- Japanese Locations
- Taipei, Taiwan
- Hong Kong
- Yokohama Arena
- Kimi no Koto ga Suki Dakara
- Yobisute Fantasy
- Mazariau Mono
- Kimi wa Melody
- Tadaima Renaichuu
- Bye Bye Bye
- [2015.07.08] Sakura (さくら)
- Himitsu (2013)
- Majisuka Gakuen 4 (マジスカ学園4) (2015)
- Majisuka Gakuen 5 (マジスカ学園5) (2015)
- Cabasuka Gakuen (キャバすか学園) (2016)
- Aru Aru YY Terebi
- HKT Variety 48
- HaKaTa Hyakkaten
- HKT48 no Odekake
- HKT48 Tonkotsu Mahou Shoujo Gakuin
- HKT48 Shakariki 48!
- HKT48 no Goboten!
- HKT48 no "Hokamina" ~Sonohoka no minasan~
- Charm point: Big ears
- Hobbies: Movies, theater appreciation, reading
- Favorite drink: Green tea latte
- Favorite member of HKT48 2nd Generation: Inoue Yuriya
- Special skills: Drawing, being able to sleep anywhere
- Good friends with: Murashige Anna (SakurAnna), Lee Chaeyeon (KuChae)
- Future ambition: Actress
- Name in Hangul : 미야와키 사쿠라
- 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, although it is not shown in the music video of Kibouteki Refrain
- Is a talented writer and is known for communicating her ideas well
- One of the 50 winners of the Young Jump Gravure Competition
- 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 Selection
- Finished in 2nd place on Produce 48 and made it into the final group, IZONE.
Miyawaki Sakura (2018) (IZONE)
Miyawaki Sakura (Produce 48) (2018)
Miyawaki Sakura 10th Senbatsu Election Poster (2018)
Miyawaki Sakura (HKT48 6th Anniversary) (2017)
Miyawaki Sakura 10th Single Artist Photo
Miyawaki Sakura 9th Senbatsu Election Poster (2017)
Miyawaki Sakura (2017) (AKB48)
Miyawaki Sakura (2017)
Miyawaki Sakura (2016) (AKB48)
Miyawaki Sakura (2016)
Miyawaki Sakura (2015) (AKB48)
Miyawaki Sakura (2015)
Miyawaki Sakura 6th Senbatsu Election Poster (2014)
Miyawaki Sakura (2014) (AKB48)
Miyawaki Sakura (2014)
Miyawaki Sakura (2013)
Miyawaki Sakura (2012)
Miyawaki Sakura (2011)
|Imada Mina | Iwahana Shino | Ueki Nao | Unjo Hirona | Kumazawa Serina | Shimono Yuki | Jitoe Nene |
Tomiyoshi Asuka | Tomonaga Mio | Fukagawa Maiko | Fuchigami Mai | Miyawaki Sakura | Murashige Anna | Motomura Aoi | Moriyasu Madoka
|KIV1 | KIV2 | KIV3|