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Miyuki is a common Japanese feminine given name which has several possible meanings. Some of these different meaning include:

  • 美幸, meaning "beautiful fortune" or "beautiful happiness"
  • 深雪, meaning "deep snow"
  • 美雪, meaning "beautiful snow"
  • 美由紀, meaning "beautiful reason for history"
  • 幸, meaning "happiness" or "good fortune"
  • みゆき (in hiragana)
  • ミユキ (in katakana)
Miyuki (manga)

is a romantic comedy manga series by Mitsuru Adachi. It was published by Shogakukan from 1980 to 1984 in the biweekly manga magazine Shōnen Big Comic (precursor to the current Weekly Young Sunday). The series was adapted into a movie, an anime television series, and a live-action television drama. It was very popular in Japan and was one of the winners of the 1982 Shogakukan Manga Award for shōnen or shōjo manga, along with Adachi's Touch.

Miyuki was Adachi's first manga adapted as an anime. The 37-episode anime series was broadcast from 31 March 1983 until 20 April 1984 on the Fuji Television network. The movie version was released on 16 September 1983. The television drama, produced by Fuji TV and Kyodo Television (a television production house), aired on 4 August 1986.