Misaki is such a beautiful name.
Misaki was an extremely common girls name in Japan, especially in the 1990s, 2000s and 2010s.

It first reached the top 10 in 1991 at #1, where it would remain until 1996. It reached #1 again in 2002. It fell out of the top 10 after 2014.

It is most commonly spelled as 美咲 (beautiful + blossom).
A notable bearer is the Japanese voice actress Misaki Kuno (born 1993), given name written 美咲.
Also a male name.
Misaki Doi is a Japanese professional tennis player. She is left-handed and uses a two-handed backhand. Her highest WTA singles ranking is 32, which she reached on 22 August 2016. Her career high in doubles is 78, which she reached on 6 October 2014.
Misaki Matsutomo is a female Japanese badminton player who is a doubles specialist. Despite playing in doubles department in senior, she was also a finalist in girls' singles at the 2010 BWF World Junior Championships in Mexico.
Misaki Ito is a Japanese actress and model. In 1999, Ito became the Asahi Beer "image girl" and a model under an exclusive contract to CanCam magazine. She also appeared in commercials for Gateway computers and Choya Umeshu. In 2005, she appeared in the TV drama series Densha Otoko as the love interest of the otaku protagonist. She also appears in ads for Shiseido's MAQuillAGE line of cosmetics (along with Chiaki Kuriyama, Ryoko Shinohara and Yuri Ebihara) and Seiko watches, in addition to being the current Vodafone model in Japan, following on from Yu Yamada. She also provided the look and voice for Q's assistant Miss Nagai in the game James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing. Misaki Ito also starred in the 2002 movie Ju-on (a.k.a. The Grudge).
Misaki Kuno is a Japanese actress and voice actress who is affiliated with the Osawa Office agency.
Misaki is also a masculine name as it was used as such in the name "Junjou Romantica".
"Misaki" or "Saki" can also mean a cape (as in geography), and "Mi" can mean "Look".
Misaki is also used on boys in Japan just as much as it is on girls.
There's Misaki Asou, from Fatal Frame 4.
I have a friend named Misaki and I've always thought that it was rather pretty. When I went to Japan, we tried looking for a gift for her and found these little stamps with Japanese names on them and saw her name, but no stamps. The clerk told us that there are so many Misakis in Japan that it's difficult to find anything with their name on it. So my friend has a unique name in America, but common in Japan, which is kind of funny.
Misaki Matsuya from Excel Saga.
Various possibilities. Pick and choose according to your will to get the syllables you need.


-a kind of fabric
-joyous (celebration)

-to bloom

-turtle (rare in recent years)

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