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Date of birth: 1990-06-15 
Hometown: Hayama, Kanagawa, Japan (birthplace); Tokyo, Japan (raised) 
Chronology:
(1990-06-15) born in Hayama, Kanagawa 
(2005) started to play guitar 
(2007-12-24) released first indie single "Song for you / TODAY" 
(2008-05-03) released second indie single "Soba ni itai kara" 
(2010-02-13) first debut on Music Fair with Leona Lewis, alan and Nishino Kana, performing "TRUE COLORS" 
(2010-03) attending Keio University 
(2010-03-03) miwa debut live on shibuya eggman 
(2010-03-03) released first single for drama Nakanai to Kimeta Hi theme "don't cry anymore" 
(2010-04-17) DJ on monthly's miwa no all night nipponR until 2011-03-19 
(2010-06-23) released second single for CDTV July 2010 opening "LITTLE GIRL" 
(2010-08-16) released COLORFUL movie theme song in digital downloads 
(2010-09-01) released third single for BLEACH 12th Opening "chAngE" 
(2010-11-24) started miwa "very first tour" miwa yade! miwa dagah! miwa dayo! until 2010-12-08 
(2010-12-01) released fourth single for drama Juui Dollitle theme, "OTOSHIMONO" 
(2011-01-12) contributed in Noriyuki Makihara tribute album, "WE LOVE MACKEY" 
(2011-02-23) released fifth single for GANBARE! DOCOMO theme, "Haru ni natta ra" 
(2011-04-05) DJ on weekly's miwa no all night nippon 
(2011-04-06) released first album "guitarissimo" 
(2011-04-12) guitarissimo reached No. 1 in the Oricon's album charts, making miwa the first Heisei period-born solo singer to reach a No. 1 on the album charts in the history of the Oricon. 
(2011-06-04) started miwa live tour 2011 "guitarissimo" until 2011-07-10 
(2011-06-29) released sixth single, "441" which contain opening song for new fullmetal alchemist movie, "Chasing hearts" 
(2011-07-22) her song, "FRiDAY-MA-MAGiC" used as theme song for live-action drama Ouran High School Host Club 
Blood type: A 
Height: 149 cm 
Skills & Abilities:
Acoustic Guitar 
Electric Guitar 
Piano 
Website:
Official Blog (Japanese) 
Official Website (Japanese) 
Official Fanclub (Japanese) 
Non-anime staff credits:
Theme song performance for "Juui Dollittle" (drama) (Japanese) 
Theme song performance for "Nakanai to Kimeta hi" (drama) (Japanese) 
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Staff in:
Bleach (TV) : Theme Song Performance (OP12) 
Colorful (movie) : Theme Song Performance (ED) 
Doraemon: Nobita no Space Heroes (movie) : Theme Song Composition (ED) , Theme Song Lyrics (ED) , Theme Song Performance (ED) 
Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos (movie) : Theme Song Performance 
Silver Spoon (TV) : Theme Song Composition (OP) , Theme Song Lyrics (OP) , Theme Song Performance (OP) 

Cast in:
Mikagura Detective Agency (OAV) as Servant (ep 3) 
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