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Famous bearer is morning musume member Miki Fujimoto. Also Miki Kaoru is a member of the student counsel in Chiho Saito's manga Shojo Kakumei Utena.
In the graphic novel Cheeky Angel, Megumi's best friend (or maybe she's her sister, I'm not quite sure) is named Miki.
This is the name of Minto Aizawa's dog in the anime/manga series Tokyo Mew Mew.
Marmalade Boy character Miki Koishikawa.
In the anime series Full Moon Wo (O) Sagashite, Izumi called Mitsuki Miki for fun.
A character from the japanese show Shugo Chara! is named Miki.
Miki Yoshida is the main character of the manga Miki Falls by Mark Crilley.
Miki Ando (or Ando Miki as it would be in Japan) is a famous Japanese figure skater born on December 18, 1987. She has been to the 2006 Turin Winter Olympics and 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics and was also the 2007 World Champion. As of February 2010, she is ranked 5th in the World. She is the first and only female skater to complete a quadruple jump successfully in competition.
The kanji used for her name (美姫) mean 'a beautiful princess/lady'.
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Miki Berenyi was a singer-guitarist for the shoegaze band Lush.
Miki Nonaka from Morning Musume 16. I haven't yet listened to old Momusu but... yeah. And then there's SF-A2 Miki from Vocaloid.
I personally think that this name should be used in all countries... only because it's very unique. :D.
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Miki Ando is a Japanese former figure skater. She is the 2007 and 2011 World champion, 2011 Four Continents champion, 2004 World Junior champion, and a three-time (2004, 2005 & 2011) Japanese national champion. Ando is the first and only female skater to complete a quadruple jump successfully in competition. She accomplished this at the 2002–03 Junior Grand Prix Final in The Hague.
Miki Sawaguchi is one of Japan's best known adult video performers. On television she has appeared as a regular cast member on two shows and made several guest appearances on other shows. She has also appeared on radio and made two music CDs. Prior to her career as an adult entertainer, Sawaguchi was employed at both a coffee shop and a clothing store. She also worked for a private tutoring center. Claiming that she has always loved to be photographed, she entered the adult film business in 1996.
Miki Yoshikawa is a Japanese manga artist. Her debut work was a one-shot called Glory Days in Kodansha's Magazine Special. She assisted Hiro Mashima on Rave Master and Fairy Tail. In 2005, she released the comedy one-shot Flunk Punk Rumble in Shonen Magazine Wonder, which was later made into a short series and eventually publicized in Kodansha's Weekly Shōnen Magazine from 2006-2011, with a total of 211 chapters. In 2012, she released the ongoing manga series Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches, which has to date sold over 3 million copies, and was adapted into a live-action drama series and a TV anime series. In 2015, Yoshikawa attended Anime Expo as a guest.
Miki Shōji, professionally known by her birth name of Miki Fujimoto (藤本 美貴 Fujimoto Miki?), and nicknamed Mikitty, is a Japanese pop singer and television actress. After failing the audition to join girl group Morning Musume with the fourth generation members, Fujimoto debuted as a solo artist within Hello! Project in 2002 with the single "Aenai Nagai Nichiyōbi". Fujimoto later joined Morning Musume in 2003 along with the sixth generation and eventually became the leader of the group in 2007.
Miki Ishikawa is an American actress and singer. She was a part of the singing group T-Squad until they disbanded in 2008 and has had parts in TV and feature films. Ishikawa, a Japanese American, was born in Denver, Colorado. She has been performing since the age of 6. In 2005, Miki landed a recurring role on the hit Nickelodeon TV show, Zoey 101, as Vicky. The same year, she booked her first feature film as one of the family members in the romantic comedy Yours, Mine and Ours starring Dennis Quaid and Rene Russo. She played Naoko North, the filmmaker of the North family as she used her camera to document the ups and downs of the family. She was also in a short film, 3 The Hard Way, filmed in August 2005. She played one of the three main characters, Madison. She has also been in a Disney clip called Movie Surfers for Disney from the years 2000–2003.
This name is also used as a male name, it is currently in the top 300s among males in Japan.
Also, here is a male bearer of the name:
Miki Hayasaka, an illustrator and manga artist.
Though, Miki Hayasaka is the only male bearer, I would say this name is a trendy, modern name for males and is usually used among male characters in Japanese cartoons.
Miki Hayasaka is an illustrator and manga artist who was born in Toyama Prefecture, Japan. After graduating from high school in 1973, he moved to Tokyo and began attending classes at Chiyoda Designer Academy, though he left before completing his degree. During the mid-1970s, he worked as a background artist for Shinji Wada, helping with works such as Sukeban Deka. He joined the dōjinshi circle Trouble Maker in 1975, and worked as an assistant to Motoka Murakami during the mid- to late 1970s.
Miki Miura, pen name Momoko Sakura, is a Japanese manga artist from Shimizu, Shizuoka Prefecture. She is the creator of the long-running manga Chibi Maruko-chan, based on her own childhood, and the more surreal fantasy series Coji-Coji, which ran from 1997 to 1999. She also worked with Marvelous Interactive on creating the Dreamcast title, Sakura Momoko Gekijō Coji-Coji, and Nintendo on creating the Game Boy Advance title, Sakura Momoko no Ukiuki Carnival. In 2005, she designed the characters for the Xbox 360 title Every Party.
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