Seira Miyazawa

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Seira Miyazawa
Native name 宮澤成良
Born (1993-10-29) 29 October 1993 (age 25)
Chiba, Japan
Other names Secchan (せっちゃん), Seira (セイラ)
Occupation
Years active 2011-present
Agent Little Tokyo Production
Height 168 cm (5 ft 6 in)

Seira Miyazawa (宮澤成良, Miyazawa Seira, born October 29, 1993 in Chiba, Japan) is a Japanese model, former Japanese idol and former member of Nogizaka46.

Biography

Miyazawa auditioned for Nogizaka46's 1st Generation and became the founding member of the group. Her first single was Guruguru Curtain and participated in the single as B side member. Nogizaka46's 2nd single, Oide Shampoo was released and marks as Miyazawa's first Senbatsu for the group. Miyazawa participated in some of the singles as a B-side member until Nogizaka46's single, Girl's Rule.

On November 12, 2013, Nogizaka46 management announced that Miyazawa will be leaving the group alongside Yukina Kashiwa at the Girl's Rule special event that had been scheduled on November 17, 2013. Her reason for graduating is she wanted to pursue on her modeling career.[1]

Personal Life

She is the daughter of former Japanese football player, Michel Miyazawa.

Discography

Singles with Nogizaka46

Year No. Title Role Notes
2012 1 Guruguru Curtain B-side Did not sang in the title track. Sang Hidarimune no Yuuki, Nogizaka no Uta and Aitakatta Kamo Shirenai.
2 Oide Shampoo A-side Sang in the title track. Also sang Kokoro no Kusuri and House!
3 Hashire! Bicycle B-side Did not sang in the title track. Sang Namida ga Mada Kanashimi Datta Koro and Hito wa Naze Hashiru no ka?
4 Seifuku no Mannequin B-side Did not sang in the title track. Sang Haru no Melody.
2013 5 Kimi no Na wa Kibō B-side Did not sang in the title track. Sang Shaki-ism and 13nichi no Kinyobi.
6 Girl's Rule B-side Last single to participate. Sang Senpūki and Ningen to Iu Gakki.

References

  1. ^ "柏 幸奈、宮澤 成良:卒業のお知らせ". ニュース - 乃木坂46公式サイト (in Japanese). 2013-11-12. Retrieved 2018-09-14.


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