Miyazawa Sae

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Miyazawa Sae (宮澤佐江)
Sae (さえ), Sae-chan (さえちゃん)
Miyazawa Sae (2015 - SKE48)
Birth Info
Birthdate August 13th, 1990
Birthplace Tokyo, Japan
Bloodtype O
Current Age 25 Years Old
Sizes
Height 165cm
Idol Career Info
Former Group SNH48, SKE48
Former Team Team Kaigai (Team SII)/ Team S
Debuted February, 2006 / 2nd Generation
Graduated March, 2016

Miyazawa Sae was a member of SNH48's Team SII and concurrently a member of SKE48's Team S

Contents

Catchphrase

陽気・無邪気・元気! 25歳の宮澤佐江です。よろしくお願いします
Youki - mujaki - genki! 25sai no Miyazawa Sae desu. Yoroshiku onegai shimasu
(Cheerful, innocent, energetic! I'm Miyazawa Sae, 25 years old. Please be nice to me)

Trivia

  • Agency: FLAVE
  • Social Network: 7gogo / Ameblo / Google+ / Twitter / Weibo
  • Hobbies: Eating (sometimes she mentions cleaning her ears)
  • Favorite Color: Rainbow (all colors)
  • Favorite Food: Noodles, rice cake-like food.
  • Favorite Artist: Yanai Aiko (subject to frequent change)
  • Light Stick Colors: Yellow, Light Blue
  • Member of Culture Club
  • Failed AKB48's 1st generation auditions, and also nearly failed 2nd generation auditions due to incomplete application documents
  • She is the only daughter in her family, with 2 older brothers
  • During school, she learned to play the piano, how to tap dance, and was in Basketball club
  • Is very good in bowling
  • She is known for her energetic and friendly personality, hence the nick name "Genking"
  • Often described as boyish, which is reflected in her image as the "ikemen idol"
  • Is said to be a major mood maker off stage, especially leading and counseling younger members
    • Nito Moeno once revealed that there was a Miyazawa Fan Club among the Kenkyuusei of AKB48
    • Her best friends are Akimoto Sayaka ("SaeYaka", formerly known as the Twin Towers of Team K) and Oshima Yuko ("SaeYuu"). The three are known as Team K Trio and as Team Shinyuu ("Best Friend")
  • Other members she frequently is in touch with include Kashiwagi Yuki ("SaeYuki") and Suzuki Mariya ("SaeYannu")
  • Together with Kitahara Rie and Yokoyama Yui, she forms the unofficial Sanmon unit
  • In SKE, she has an extreme bias for Kitagawa Ryoha, who happens to be a big fan of her
  • Has a knack for misspelling English words (for example, "RISET" instead of "RESET", "DiVE" instead of "DiVA", "famiry", etc.), and stated she has problems reading Kanji
  • She only centered two songs in her career: "Kiseki wa ma ni Awanai" and "Ai no Iro"
    • After the transfer to SNH48, Kiseki wa ma ni Awanai's worst position in AKB48 Request Hour was #7 (2014). It claimed 2nd place in Request Hour 2013, and won the contest in 2016
    • It is the best ranking stage unit song in the history of AKB48 Request Hour
  • Due to working permit problems, she had to wait for her stage debut with SNH48 for more than 1 year.
  • Announced at the 5th Senbatsu Sousenkyo that she will only be a SNH48 member, cancelling her concurrent position on AKB48's Team K, which gave her mixed reviews from the fandom.
  • In AKBingo, her running gag involves her incompetence with fashion, being named "ugly fashioned girl" in all four fashion contests she participiated in
  • Another feat in AKBingo is her ability to write complex mails, winning the Beautiful Mail Queen contest twice (and ranking 2nd the other two contests), and her frequently winning Danso contests
  • Learned about her transfer to Team S during AKB48 Group Daisokaku Matsuri on her way home, when she received a phone call by Sato Mieko live on stage
  • Is the first member to be transferred between sister groups to become Leader of her new team
  • Was in two subunits: Chocolove from AKB48 and DiVA. Both groups have been disbanded because of the departure of other members
  • Announced her graduation during the nation-wide broadcast of music show 'FNS' on December 16, 2015
  • A two-day concert was held to celebrate her graduation

AKB48 Senbatsu Elections

SNH48 Senbatsu Elections

AKB48 Janken Tournaments

Team History

Team KTeam Kaigai (SNH48) → Team Kaigai (SNH48) and Team KTeam Kaigai (SNH48) → Team Kaigai (Team SII) → Team Kaigai (Team SII) and Team S → Graduation
Joined AKB48 as a Team K member on February, 2006
Became a Team Kaigai member on August 24, 2012 (Tokyo Dome Team Shuffle), joining SNH48 (Debut: October 11, 2013)
Had a Concurrent Position on AKB48's Team K from April 28, 2013 (AKB48 Group Rinji Soukai) to June 8, 2013 (5th Senbatsu Sousenkyo), when her concurrent position was cancelled
Promoted to Team SII on November 11, 2013
Has a Concurrent Position with SKE48's Team S from February 24, 2014 (AKB48 Group Daisokaku Matsuri)
Graduated from SNH48 Team SII on March 16, 2016 (Announcement: December 16, 2015)
Graduated from SKE48 Team S on March 31, 2016 (Last activity: April 1, 2016 | Graduation Ceremony: March 4 at Nippon Gaishi Hall)

Singles Participation

SKE48 A-Sides

SKE48 B-Sides

SKE48 Sub-Unit B-Sides

AKB48 A-Sides

AKB48 B-Sides

Other Singles

Albums Participation

SNH48 Albums

AKB48 Albums

Units

Chocolove from AKB48

Albums

DiVA

Albums

Team Z

Stage Units

K1 (PARTY ga Hajimaru yo)
Skirt, Hirari
Hoshi no Ondo
K2 (Seishun Girls)
Blue rose
Fushidara na Natsu
Cinderella wa Damasarenai
K3 (Nounai Paradise)
Kimi wa Pegasus
Himawarigumi 1 (Boku no Taiyou)
Itoshisa no defense (1st Unit)
Himawarigumi 2 (Yume wo Shinaseru Wake ni Ikanai)
Hajimete no Jelly Beans (1st Unit + Revival)
K4 (Saishuu Bell ga Naru)
Gomen ne Jewel
K5 (Saka Agari)
Ai no Iro
K6 (RESET)
Kiseki wa Ma ni Awanai
Team Surprise 1st Stage (Juuryoku Sympathy)
Namida ni Shizumu Taiyou
Suteki na Sankaku Kankei
Megami wa Doko de Hohoemu?
SNH48 Kenkyuusei 1st Stage (Give Me Power!)
Gomen ne Jewel
S3 (Seifuku no Me)
Mangekyou (Revival)

Concert Units

AKB48 First Concert "Aitakatta ~Hashira wa Naize!~"

AKB48 Masaka, Kono Concert no Ongen wa Ryuushutsushinai yo ne?

Nenwasure Kanshasai Shuffle Sumaze, AKB! SKE mo Yoroshiku ne

"Kami Kouen Yotei" AKB48 NHK Hall Concert 2009

AKB104 Senbatsu Members Sokaku Matsuri

Yokohama Arena 2010 'AKB48 Manseki Matsuri Kibou Sanpi Ryouron'

Surprise wa Arimasen

AKB48 Kouhaku Utagassen 2011

Gyomu Renraku. Tanomuzo, Katayama Bucho! in Saitama Super Arena

Washington D.C. Concert

AKB48 in TOKYO DOME ~1830m no Yume~

AKB48 Kouhaku Utagassen 2012

AKB48 Request Hour Setlist Best 100 2013

AKB48 Group Rinji Soukai "Shirokuro tsukeyou janai ka!"

AKB48 Group

AKB48 Super Festival at Nissan Stadium

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

Fukuoka Dome
Sapporo Dome
Osaka Dome
Nagoya Dome
Tokyo Dome

SNH48 Guangzhou Concert

AKB48 Sister Groups in Saitama Super Arena

SKE48

AKB48 Kouhaku Utagassen 2014

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

Minna, Nakunjaneezo. Miyazawa Sae Graduation Concert in Nippon Gaishi Hall

Team K 2nd Generation 10th Anniversary Celebration Special Performance

Solo Songs

Photobooks

Solo DVDs

Media Appearances

Stage Plays

Movies

  • Densen Uta (2007)
  • Three-Day Boys (スリーデイボーイズ) (2009)
  • Kōkō Debut (高校デビュー) (2012)
  • Ultraman Saga (2012)

Dramas

  • Tadashii Ouji no Tsukurikata (正しい王子のつくり方) (2008)
  • Koi Zora (恋空) (2008)
  • Tetsudou Musume~Girls be ambitious~ (鉄道むすめ~Girls be ambitious~) (2008)
  • Ai no Gekijō Love Letter (愛の劇場 ラブレター) (2008~2009)
  • Majisuka Gakuen (マジスカ学園) (2010)
  • Arienai (あり得ない) (2010)
  • Sakura Kara no Tegami (桜からの手紙) (2011)
  • Majisuka Gakuen 2 (マジスカ学園2) (2011)
  • Counter no Futari (カウンターのふたり シーズン) (2012)
  • Detarame Hero (でたらめヒーロー) (2013)
  • Dr. Nurse Aide (Dr.ナースエイド) (2014)

Variety Shows

Other TV Shows

  • MUSIC ON! TV AKB48~48minutes SPECIAL~ (2007)
  • Sukkiri!! Mamma mia, 日本テレビ (スッキリ!!となりのマンマミーア) (2008)
  • Maniac Mansion (2008)
  • DERO! (密室謎解きバラエティー 脱出ゲームDERO!) (2010)
  • Tosochu (Run for Money) (2012)
  • Namauma (2012)
  • PON! (2012)
  • Shibuya Deep A (2012/2013)
  • Umazuki! (2012-13, recurring)
  • Sekai no Mura de Hakken! Konnatokoro ni Nihonjin (2013)
  • NEP-league (2013)

Gallery

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Miyazawa Sae (December 2015 - SKE48)
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Miyazawa Sae (2014 - SNH48)
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Miyazawa Sae (2014 - SKE48)
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Miyazawa Sae (2013 - SNH48)
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Miyazawa Sae (2013 - SNH48)
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Miyazawa Sae (2013 - SNH48)
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Miyazawa Sae (2013 - AKB48)
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Miyazawa Sae (2012 - SNH48)
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Miyazawa Sae (2012 - AKB48)
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Miyazawa Sae as a member of DiVA (2012)
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Miyazawa Sae (2011 - AKB48)
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Miyazawa Sae (Late 2010 - AKB48)
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Miyazawa Sae (Early 2010 - AKB48)
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Miyazawa Sae (2009 - AKB48)
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Miyazawa Sae (Late 2008 - AKB48)
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Miyazawa Sae (Early 2008 - AKB48)
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Miyazawa Sae (Late 2007 - AKB48)
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Miyazawa Sae (Early 2007 - AKB48)
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Miyazawa Sae (Late 2006 - AKB48)
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Miyazawa Sae (Early 2006 - AKB48)
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