|Watanabe Miyuki (渡辺美優紀)|
|Milky, Mirukii (みるきー)|
|Birthdate||September 19, 1993|
|Current Age||27 Years Old|
|Social Networks||Ameblo / Instagram / Twitter / Official Website|
|Idol Career Info|
|Former Team||Team BII|
|Debuted||October, 2010 / 1st Generation|
- 1 Catchphrase
- 2 History
- 3 Trivia
- 4 AKB48 Senbatsu Elections
- 5 AKB48 Janken Tournaments
- 6 Solo Singles
- 7 Solo Albums
- 8 Ange et Folletta Singles
- 9 Team History
- 10 Singles Participation
- 11 Albums Participation
- 12 Units
- 12.1 Stage Units
- 12.2 Concert Units
- 12.2.1 AKB48 Kouhaku Utagassen 2011
- 12.2.2 Unit Matsuri 2012
- 12.2.3 Gyomu Renraku. Tanomuzo, Katayama Bucho! in Saitama Super Arena
- 12.2.4 AKB48 in TOKYO DOME ~1830m no Yume~
- 12.2.5 AKB48 Kouhaku Utagassen 2012
- 12.2.6 Unit Matsuri 2013
- 12.2.7 NMB48 Western Japan Tour 2013 12/31
- 12.2.8 AKB48 Group Rinji Soukai "Shirokuro tsukeyou janai ka!"
- 12.2.9 AKB48 Super Festival at Nissan Stadium
- 12.2.10 AKB48 2013 Manatsu no Dome Tour ~Mada mada, Yaranakya Ikenai koto ga aru~
- 12.2.11 AKB48 8th Anniversary
- 12.2.12 AKB48 Kouhaku Utagassen 2013
- 12.2.13 Unit Matsuri 2014
- 12.2.14 AKB48 National Olympic Stadium Concert
- 12.2.15 AKB48 Sister Groups in Saitama Super Arena
- 12.2.16 NMB48 National Tour
- 12.2.17 AKB48 Kouhaku Utagassen 2014
- 12.2.18 AKB48 Manatsu no Tandoku Concert in SSA 〜Kawaei-san no Koto ga Suki Deshita〜
- 13 Solo Songs
- 14 Photobooks
- 15 Solo DVDs
- 16 Media Appearances
- 17 Gallery
- みるくとみゆきを混ぜるだけっ♪ あっという間に…みるきー！
- Miruku to Miyuki wo mazeru dake♪ atto iu ma ni... Mirukii!
- (If you just mix milk and Miyuki♪ Just like that... It’s Milky!)
- In September, auditioned for NMB48.
- In October, was announced as part of the 1st Generation of NMB48.
- On January 1st, at the opening of the NMB48 Theater, had her theater official debut.
- On March 10th, was promoted to Team N (Team N Formation).
- On May 25th, was selected for her first AKB48 senbatsu for Everyday, Katyusha.
- On July 20th, was selected for her first NMB48 senbatsu for Zetsumetsu Kurokami Shoujo (NMB48's first single).
- On March 24th, during the Tokyo Dome Team Shuffle, was announced to hold a concurrent position in AKB48 Team B.
- On June 6th, during the 4th Senbatsu Election, ranked in for the first time at #19 (Undergirls).
- On June 8th, during the 5th Senbatsu Election, ranked in Senbatsu at #15.
- On February 24th, during the AKB48 Group Daisokaku Matsuri, her concurrent position with Team B was removed, and she received a concurrent position in SKE48 Team S.
- On April 23rd, had her last stage with Team B.
- On April 25th, had her first stage with Team S.
- On June 7th, during the 6th Senbatsu Election, fell back into Undergirls at #18.
- On July 30th, was selected for her first SKE48 senbatsu for Bukiyou Taiyou.
- On September 17th, won the 2014 Janken Tournament and was awared a solo debut.
- On December 24th, her solo debut Yasashiku Suru Yori Kisu wo Shite was released.
- On March 26th, during the AKB48 Spring Shuffle 2015, her concurrent position with Team S was released, and she was re-awared her concurrent position in AKB48 Team B.
- On May 21st, had her last stage with Team S.
- On June 6th, during the 7th Senbatsu Election ranked back into Senbatsu and received her all-time highest position at #12.
- On December 12th, had her first stage with Team B again.
- On April 13th, announced her graduation from NMB48.
- On July 4th, her graduation concert "Saigo Made Warukii de Gomennasai was held at Kobe World Kinen Hall.
- On August 9th, had her last stage performance at the NMB48 Theater.
- On August 11th, announced that she would take a hiatus from the entertainment industry.
- On July 12th, the Nikkan Sports newspaper reported her return to the entertainment industry. The same day, her fanpage was opened and she announced affiliation with the talent agency 'roundcell.'
- On December 8th, a twitter account for the girl group 'Ange et Folletta' was opened, revealing her to be one of the members. The same day they held a debut showcase, which was later made available to watch on the official fanclub website.
- On December 17th, the Ange et Folletta Official YouTube uploaded a studio audio version of the first original song, ChaChaChakka, with live performance footage video.
- On December 19th, the Ange et Folletta event "Miyuki Watanabe Christmas Premium Live" was held in Osaka.
- On December 25th, "Miyuki Watanabe Christmas Premium Live" was held in Tokyo.
- On January 11th, was part of the Ange et Folletta live event "Hajimete! Miyuki-igai no 6nin desu." (はじめまして！Miyuki以外の６人です。).
- On February 1st, will be part of Ange et Folletta live event "Hajimete! Miyuki-igai no 6nin desu. vol.2" (はじめまして！Miyuki以外の６人です。vol.2).
- Hobbies: Sleeping, taking baths
- Her baths sometimes last up to 2 hours
- Favorite artist: Amuro Namie
- Favorite colors: Pink, white
- Favorite drink: Orange Juice, as it is good for the skin
- Favorite food: Yakiniku (skirt steak), cream cheese, cucumbers
- Least favorite food: Eggplant, Natto
- Special skills: Calligraphy
- When she was younger her calligraphy was once displayed in a museum
- Originally she was going to be named Maaya, then Miyu, but her mother eventually decided on Miyuki
- Is an only child and her parents are divorced. Lived with her mother until finishing high school
- Began taking dance lessons after watching Morning Musume performances in elementary school. By the time she was in middle school she was going to dance class 6 days a week
- Because of her intense dance schedule, she refrained from joining school clubs or getting a part-time job. She stopped going to dance lessons in her 2nd year of high school
- Wants to visit Switzerland
- Has two Yorkshire Terrier dogs, Reo and Ramu
- Is allergic to cats
- Talks in her sleep
- Wears glasses at home and contact lenses in public
- If she had not joined NMB48, she would want to be a nurse or a housewife
- She and Yamamoto Sayaka are often called SayaMilky. They are the Centers of NMB48
- Fan of Ichikawa Miori and Ota Yuuri
- She was the first member to have her concurrent position transferred. She was transferred to SKE48's Team S and back to AKB48's Team B
- She took a hiatus from the entertainment industry on August 11, 2016. She resumed on April 21, 2017
AKB48 Senbatsu Elections
- 3rd Senbatsu Election - Not Ranked
- 4th Senbatsu Election - #19 (Undergirls)
- 5th Senbatsu Election - #15 (Senbatsu)
- 6th Senbatsu Election - #18 (Undergirls)
- 7th Senbatsu Election - #12 (Senbatsu)
- 8th Senbatsu Election - Didn't Participate
AKB48 Janken Tournaments
- 3rd Janken Taikai - Round 2 (Lost to Chikano Rina)
- 4th Janken Taikai - Round 2 (Lost to Kojima Mako)
- 5th Janken Taikai - Winner
- 6th Janken Taikai - #15 (Lost to Aigasa Moe)
|01|| Yasashiku Suru Yori Kisu wo Shite
Ange et Folletta Singles
- NMB48 Kenkyuusei → Team N → Team N and Team B → Team BII and Team S → Team BII and Team B → Team BII → Graduation
- Joined NMB48 as a Kenkyuusei on October, 2010
- Promoted to Team N on March 10, 2011
- Had a Concurrent Position in AKB48's Team B from March 24, 2012 (Saitama Super Arena Spring Concert 2012) to February 24, 2014
- Transferred to Team BII on February 24, 2014 (AKB48 Group Daisokaku Matsuri)
- Had a Concurrent Position in SKE48's Team S from February 24, 2014 (AKB48 Group Daisokaku Matsuri) to March 26, 2015
- Had a Concurrent Position in AKB48's Team B from March 26, 2015 (AKB48 Spring Shuffle 2015) to August 8, 2016
- Graduated from NMB48 Team BII on August 9, 2016 (Announcement: April 13, 2016 | Graduation Ceremony: July 4, 2016 at Kobe World Kinen Hall)
- Zetsumetsu Kurokami Shoujo (Center)
- Junjou U-19
- Nagiichi (WCenter with Yamamoto Sayaka)
- Kitagawa Kenji (WCenter with Yamamoto Sayaka)
- Bokura no Eureka
- Kamonegikkusu (WCenter with Yamamoto Sayaka)
- Takane no Ringo
- Don't look back!
- Durian Shounen
- Must be now
- Amagami Hime
- Boku wa Inai (Center)
- Yasai Uranai (Flying Get)
- NEW SHIP (GIVE ME FIVE!)
- Nante Bohemian (Gingham Check)
- Seigi no Mikata Janai Hero (UZA)
- HA! (Eien Pressure) (WCenter with Yamamoto Sayaka)
- Watashitachi no Reason (Eien Pressure)
- Sokode inu no unchi fun jau ka ne? (So long!)
- Romance Kenjuu (Sayonara Crawl)
- Tiny T-Shirt (Heart Ereki)
- Mosh & Dive (Kimi no Hohoemi wo Yume ni Miru)
- Kimi to Deatte Boku wa Kawatta (Kimi no Hohoemi wo Yume ni Miru)
- Dareka ga Nageta Ball (Kokoro no Placard)
- Majisuka Fight (Green Flash)
- Punkish (Green Flash)
- Summer side (Bokutachi wa Tatakawanai)
- Yankee Machine Gun (Halloween Night)
- 365 Nichi no Kamihikouki (Kuchibiru ni Be My Baby)
- Kimi wo Kimi wo Kimi wo... (Kuchibiru ni Be My Baby)
- Kin no Hane wo Motsu Hito yo (Kuchibiru ni Be My Baby)
- Shigamitsuita Seishun (Kimi wa Melody)
- Koi wo Suru to Baka wo Miru (Tsubasa wa Iranai)
- Teppen Tottande! (Teppen Tottande!) (WCenter with Yamamoto Sayaka)
- Namekuji Heart (Teppen Tottande!) (Center)
- Lily (Teppen Tottande!)
- 12/31 (Teppen Tottande!)
- Ibiza Girl (Sekai no Chuushin wa Osaka ya 〜Namba Jichiku〜) (WCenter with Yamamoto Sayaka)
- "Seito Techo no Shashin wa Ki ni Haittenai" no Hoshoku (Sekai no Chuushin wa Osaka ya 〜Namba Jichiku〜) (WCenter with Yamamoto Sayaka)
- Kimi ni Yarareta (Sekai no Chuushin wa Osaka ya 〜Namba Jichiku〜) (Center)
- Heart no Dokusenken (Sekai no Chuushin wa Osaka ya 〜Namba Jichiku〜) (Duet with Kashiwagi Yuki)
- Koko ni Ita Koto (Koko ni Ita Koto)
- Itsuka Mita Umi no Soko (1830m)
- No Can (1830m)
- Aozora yo Sabishikunai ka? (1830m)
- After Rain (Tsugi no Ashiato)
- Tanin Gougi na Sunset beach (Tsugi no Ashiato) (WCenter with Suda Akari)
- Kanashiki Kinkyori Renai (Tsugi no Ashiato)
- Panama Unga (Koko ga Rhodes da, Koko de tobe!)
- Music Junkie (0 to 1 no Aida)
- AKB48 Group
- Fukuoka Dome
- Sapporo Dome
- Osaka Dome
- Nagoya Dome
- Tokyo Dome
- HGB Hall (Hiroshima)
- [2013.07.02] Miruneko (みるネコ)
- Majisuka Gakuen 4 (マジスカ学園4) (2015)
- NMB48 Geinin! THE MOVIE Owarai Seishun Girls! (NMB48 げいにん！THE MOVIE お笑い青春ガールズ！) (2013)
Watanabe Miyuki (2016) (AKB48)
Watanabe Miyuki (2015)
Watanabe Miyuki (2015) (AKB48)
Watanabe Miyuki (2014)
Watanabe Miyuki, winner of the 5th Janken Taikai (2014)
Watanabe Miyuki (2013)
Watanabe Miyuki (2013) (AKB48)
Watanabe Miyuki (Late 2012)
Watanabe Miyuki (2012) (AKB48)
Watanabe Miyuki (Early 2012)
Watanabe Miyuki (Late 2011)
Watanabe Miyuki (Early 2011)
Watanabe Miyuki (2010)