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"I can't guarantee that you'll be happy with what you find there, sweetheart...as they say, blood is thicker than water..."
—Miyako in Dead or Alive 4


Miyako is a former mistress to Fame Douglas, and the mother to his second child Kokoro, who first appeared in Dead or Alive 4. Miyako is also head of the Dead or Alive Tournament Executive Committee in Japan, a job that often keeps her busy away from her daughter Kokoro.

HistoryEdit

When she was young, Miyako fell in love with Fame Douglas, and the two of them started an affair. As a result of the affair, Miyako became pregnant and gave birth to Kokoro.

Miyako raised Kokoro in Japan as a single parent in Kyoto, never telling her daughter about her father or her heritage to DOATEC. She started to oversee Kokoro's training to become a geisha. However, Miyako is the head of DOATEC Japan, as stated in Dead or Alive 5, but it is unknown how long she has worked there, especially during Kokoro's existence.

Miyako and Anne also conspired to despoil the hegemony of DOATEC USA, although this plot resulted in the latter being killed.

Dead or Alive 4Edit

At the age of seventeen, Kokoro had become skilled in bajiquan and heavily interested in martial arts competition and requested to her mother for permission to enter the fourth Dead or Alive Tournament. Miyako reluctantly agrees but warns her daughter that she may not be happy with what she finds there.

During the tournament, it is hinted that Helena Douglas - another daughter of Fame's, and Kokoro's half-sister - knows about Miyako, as she tells Kokoro to "ask Miyako" about their blood when the girls first meet.

Dead or Alive 5Edit

As noted above, Miyako was revealed to have become the head of DOATEC Japan. It was later revealed that she somehow became aligned with MIST, the offshoot of DOATEC led by Victor Donovan, although Kokoro is not made aware of this. Her reason for her association with MIST is never revealed.

CharacterEdit

AppearanceEdit

In Dead or Alive 4, Miyako never faces the camera, so her face isn't seen in-game; however, through game hacking, it is possible to see her face. In Dead or Alive 5, she is seen in a cutscene with Helena and Lisa.

Miyako looks a lot like her daughter, as they both have soft, rounded facial features. The main different between them is that Miyako wears natural-looking make-up, and her face is more of an oval shape, while Kokoro's face is circular. Miyako also has black hair like her daughter but wears it cut to the nape of her neck. She is seen wearing a simple purple kimono, with a pink obi sash, and white tabi socks.

In Dead or Alive 5, Miyako seems to have longer hair, which is swept to a braid on the side on the top of her head and she now wears business attire.

PersonalityEdit

Miyako is a loving and very protective mother. She wants the best for her daughter and kept the truth from Kokoro about her father and her link to DOATEC. In Dead or Alive Xtreme 2, it is revealed that Kokoro went to New Zack Island behind her mother's back, hinting that she rarely lets Kokoro out on her own.

Miyako seems to be an independent and hard-working woman, as she is head of the DOATEC center in Japan.

EtymologyEdit

Miyako's name in kanji (美夜子) means "beautiful night child." The meaning most refers - quite literally - to her former occupation as a geisha and her affair with Fame Douglas.

RelationshipsEdit

KokoroEdit

Kokoro is Miyako's only child that she had with Fame Douglas. She raised Kokoro in Kyoto and as she grew older, trained her to become a geisha. Miyako is very protective of Kokoro, even to the point of not letting her go to the 4th Dead or Alive tournament, fearing for her safety and possibly finding out the truth of who she was. Kokoro tells Lisa that Miyako never tells her of the work she is doing.

Helena DouglasEdit

Helena seems to know Miyako as she mentioned her to Kokoro, telling her to ask her mother about who she was. It was stated that Helena knows Miyako through ties of DOATEC, as well as Miyako having the position of high ranks in DOATEC's Japan center. It is unknown if Helena promoted her or not, and it is unknown if Miyako knows of Donovan's plans.

AppearancesEdit

Dead or Alive seriesEdit

  • Dead or Alive 4 (non-playable, 2005 - 2006)
  • Dead or Alive Xtreme 2 (mentioned, 2006)
  • Dead or Alive Paradise (mentioned, 2010)
  • Dead or Alive Dimensions (mentioned, 2011)
  • Dead or Alive 5 (non-playable, 2012)
  • Dead or Alive 5+ (non-playable, 2013)
  • Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate (non-playable, 2013)
  • Dead or Alive 5 Last Round (non-playable, 2015)
  • Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 (mentioned, 2016)

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TriviaEdit

  • As Kokoro enters her mother's room, Miyako is seen sorting out pink tulips in a vase. This could mean that Miyako has a hobby in ikebana, which is flower arranging.
  • In the original Dead or Alive, Dead or Alive 2, and Dead or Alive 3, the system voice was called "Miyako." This, however, is not a reference to Kokoro's mother but a reference to the system voice actress, Miyako Endō.
  • It is possible that Miyako may have put Kokoro's geisha training on hold, as they have moved from Kyoto to Tokyo, and Miyako seems to do a lot of work that Kokoro does not even know about.
  • Miyako's appearance in Dead or Alive 5 is similar to Mizuki McCloud, who makes her debut in Ninja Gaiden III. They both are seen wearing matching business attire with their hair in an updo.
    • The only difference in their business clothing is Mizuki wears a gold necklace and the buttons on her white shirt are on her left side, as Miyako's are placed on her right.
  • In the original story treatment for Dead or Alive 5, Miyako would have been revealed to have known about the impending ninja attack on DOATEC-USA, but deliberately with held the information, and would later be implied to have wiped out Kasumi and Ayane's village, leaving them the only known survivors, and resulting in them teaming up to exact revenge.[1]

Notes and referencesEdit

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Plot subjects DOATEC - Dead or Alive World Combat Championship - DIG - Freedom Survivor - MIST - Mugen Tenshin clan - Project Alpha - Project Epsilon - Runaway shinobi - Shinobi
Martial arts Aikijutsu - Ba ji quan (hakkyoku-ken) - Close quarters combat - Combat Sambo - Counter Fiend Combat - Jeet Kune Do - Karate - Lucha libre - Mixed martial arts - Muay Thai - Ninjutsu - Pi gua quan - Professional wrestling - Snake fist - Systema - T'ai chi quan - Taekwondo - Tengu-do - Xing yi quan - Xinyi liuhe quan - Ensei ken (yan qing quan) - Zui quan
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Non-playable locations Freedom Survivor - Johnny's Diner - Taylor's Bar
Music
Dead or Alive 5 Soundtrack Vol.3
Character themes Default "Alpha-152" - "Bloody Nocturne" - "Collapse" - "Drunk Wolf" - "El Diablo ~DOA5 Ultimate mix~" - "Fang" - "Flowerbed" - "Fuga ~DOA5 Ultimate mix~" - "Hunter's Moon" - "I Feel For You" - "Machinations" - "Mentor" - "Moonlit Lady" - "Oiran Drive" - "Purity" - "The Roar of the Crowd" - "Russian Roulette" - "Serpent Dance" - "Shade" - "Solitary Desperation" - "Sorrow" - "Steel Horse Rider" - "Successor" - "Tribal Beats" - "Turn On The Lights" - "The Wind is Howling" - "Vigaku" - "Zany Zapper"
Optional (console versions only) "B-boy no "B"" - "Blazed up Melpomene" - "Blood Tie" - "Break the age" - "Cracker" - "Eternity" - "Four Thousand" - "Grand Style" - "Hitohira" - "I don't believe it!" - "It's to Show" - "Knifepoint" - "Look Ahead" - "Mayflower" - "Monster" - "Natural High" - "Power Shovel" - "Prismatic Butterfly" - "Red Moon" - "Reincarnate" - "The Shooted" - "Tehu Tehu" - "Trip" - "True Beauty" - "Ultimate Weapon" - "YES or YES" - "You Are Under My Control"
Stage themes "Accelerator" - "Alpha-152" - "Beginning to the End" - "Blood Tie ~DOA5 Ultimate mix~" - "Can't Stop This Feeling" - "Cascade" - "The City Never Sleeps" - "Desert Storm" - "Dimensions Training" - "Fallen Leaves" - "Fire Alarm" - "Gaia" - "Ghouls' Ball" - "Gotta Move On" - "Graceful Sounds" - "Happy Funny Crazy" - "I Feel For You" - "Imps' Ball" - "Into the Abyss" - "Liberation" - "Light the Fuse" - "Like a Dragon" - "Knock You Down" - "Mist Knows" - "Niug-Nep Place" - "Oblivion" - "Polluted Air" - "Primitive Rhythm" - "Rapids" - "Scream" - "The Secret of Kung-Fu" - "Skyscraper" - "Tedious Days" - "Tempestuous Sign" - "Tiger's Family" - "Tradition"
Story Mode tracks "B-boy No "B" Remix" - "Cheerful Buddhist Priest" - "Collapse" - "Desperate Situation" - "False Fate" - "I'm a Fighter" - "Knifepoint" - "let's get it" - "Mentor" - "Monster" - "Moonlit Lady" - "Omen" - "Purity" - "Serpent Dance" - "Shade" - "The Storied Journey of the Boy and the Drunk" - "Successor" - "Superstar" - "Tribal Beats" - "Trip" - "The Way is Known ~DEAD OR ALIVE 5 Main Theme~" - "Vigaku" - "The Wind is Howling" - "Zany Zapper"
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Characters
Playable Kasumi - Ayane - Hayate - Ryu Hayabusa - Helena Douglas - Christie - La Mariposa/Lisa Hamilton - Hitomi - Bayman - Kokoro - Jann Lee - Leifang - Tina Armstrong - Bass Armstrong/Mr. Strong - Zack - Eliot - Gen Fu - Brad Wong - Rig - Mila - Alpha-152 - Ein - Leon - Momiji - Rachel - Marie Rose - Phase 4 - Nyotengu - Honoka - Raidou
Story Mode characters False Kasumi
Guest characters Akira Yuki - Jacky Bryant - Sarah Bryant - Pai Chan - Naotora Ii - Mai Shiranui (latter two only in Arcade/PS4/XONE/PC)
Non-playable characters Miyako - Muramasa - Victor Donovan
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Gameplay modes Story - Versus - Arcade - Time Attack - Survival - Team Battle - Training - Online - Spectator - Album - Movies - Fight Record - Titles - Help & Options - Music
Gameplay terms Attacks - Boss Battles - Character Select - Cliffhanger - Combo - Counter Blow - Critical Hit - Danger Zone - Game Over - Holds - Knocked Out - Match - Move Data - Power Blow - Power Launcher - Side Stepping - Special Moves - Stages - Stances - Tag Throws - Triangle System
Plot subjects DOATEC - Dead or Alive World Combat Championship - DIG - Freedom Survivor - MIST - Mugen Tenshin clan - Project Alpha - Project Epsilon - Runaway shinobi - Shinobi
Martial arts Aikijutsu - Ba ji quan (hakkyoku-ken) - Close quarters combat - Combat Sambo - Counter Fiend Combat - Honoka Fu - Ii Style Leg Strikes - Jeet Kune Do - Karate - Lucha libre - Mixed martial arts - Muay Thai - Ninjutsu - Pi gua quan - Professional wrestling - Snake fist - Systema - T'ai chi quan - Taekwondo - Tengu-do - Xing yi quan - Xinyi liuhe quan - Ensei ken (yan qing quan) - Zui quan
Other terms Blood Type - Bust/Waist/Hip Measurements - Character Relationships - Credits - Cutscenes - Endings - Glasses - System Voice - Tournament Winners - Virtua Fighter - Warriors
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DLC stages (PS4/XONE) Attack on Titan - Azuchi - Fireworks
Non-playable locations Freedom Survivor - Johnny's Diner - Taylor's Bar
Music
Dead or Alive 5 Soundtrack Vol.4
Character themes Default "Alpha-152" - "Bloody Nocturne" - "Collapse" - "Dead or Alive Reboot" - "Drunk Wolf" - "El Diablo ~DOA5 Ultimate mix~" - "Fang" - "Flowerbed" - "Fuga ~DOA5 Ultimate mix~" - "Hunter's Moon" - "I Feel For You" - "Machinations" - "Mentor" - "Moonlit Lady" - "Oiran Drive" - "Our Little Secret" - "Purity" - "Roaming Blossom" - "The Roar of the Crowd" - "Russian Roulette" - "Sacred Flower" - "Serpent Dance" - "Shade" - "Solitary Desperation" - "Sorrow" - "Steel Horse Rider" - "Successor" - "Tribal Beats" - "Turn On The Lights" - "The Wind is Howling" - "Vigaku" - "Zany Zapper"
Optional "AYA" - "B-boy no "B"" - "Blade of "RYU"" - "Blazed up Melpomene" - "Blood Tie" - "Break the age" - "Code Name "BAYMAN"" - "Concentration" - "Cracker" - "DEAD OR ALIVE" - "Dead or Alive Redux" - "Densetsu no Hiken" - "Eternity" - "Fastbreak" - "The Fist of TAIKYOKU Blows Up" - "Four Thousand" - "Ganna Make You Gasp" - "Grand Style" - "Heated Heartbeat" - "Hitohira" - "Hitohira -DW SW MIX-" - "I don't believe it!" - "It's to Show" - "Ketsui no Toki" - "Knifepoint" - "Kokou no Kenshi" - "Look Ahead" - "Mayflower" - "Megadeath" - "Monster" - "Natural High" - "No Money" - "Power is Beauty ~more beautiful mix~" - "Power Shovel" - "Prismatic Butterfly" - "Red Moon" - "Reincarnate" - "Ryu's Determination -DW SW MIX-" - "Superstar" - "The Shooted" - "Tehu Tehu" - "Tehu Tehu -DW SW MIX-" - "Trip" - "True Beauty" - "Ultimate Weapon" - "YES or YES" - "You Are Under My Control"
Stage themes "Accelerator" - "Against the mega disastrous blow -Last Round mix-" - "Alpha-152" - "Beginning to the End" - "Blood Tie ~DOA5 Ultimate mix~" - "Can't Stop This Feeling" - "Cascade" - "The City Never Sleeps" - "Desert Storm" - "Dimensions Training" - "Fallen Leaves" - "Fire Alarm" - "Gaia" - "Ghouls' Ball" - "Gotta Move On" - "Graceful Sounds" - "Happy Funny Crazy" - "I Feel For You" - "Imps' Ball" - "Into the Abyss" - "Liberation" - "Light the Fuse" - "Like a Dragon" - "Look Ahead" - "Knock You Down" - "Mist Knows" - "Natural High" - "Niug-Nep Place" - "Oblivion" - "Polluted Air" - "Primitive Rhythm" - "Rapids" - "Reincarnate" - "Scream" - "The Secret of Kung-Fu" - "Skyscraper" - "Tedious Days" - "Tempestuous Sign" - "Tiger's Family" - "Tradition" - "Trip" - "Tropical Beat"
Story Mode tracks "B-boy No "B" Remix" - "Cheerful Buddhist Priest" - "Collapse" - "Desperate Situation" - "False Fate" - "I'm a Fighter" - "Knifepoint" - "let's get it" - "Mentor" - "Monster" - "Moonlit Lady" - "Omen" - "Purity" - "Serpent Dance" - "Shade" - "The Storied Journey of the Boy and the Drunk" - "Successor" - "Superstar" - "Tribal Beats" - "Trip" - "The Way is Known ~DEAD OR ALIVE 5 Main Theme~" - "Vigaku" - "The Wind is Howling" - "Zany Zapper"
Other tracks "A Wind" - "Act Of Universe" - "An Invisible Shadow" - "Circle" - "Conditioning" - "D.O.A." - "Deep Impact" - "Dimensions Training" - "Evolution" - "Excelsior" - "Ignition" - "Link" - "Physical System" - "Repetition" - "Result" - "Showdown (DOA1)" - "Showdown" - "The New Century" - "Transcendence" - "ULTIMATE" - "Urges" - "Wired" - "X-ray" - "Zero Hour"
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