Ichirou "The Prince of Counters, The Lightning God" Miyata

Ichirou Miyata

Animeography
Hajime no Ippo
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Hajime no Ippo: Champion Road
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Hajime no Ippo: Mashiba vs. Kimura
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Hajime no Ippo: New Challenger
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Hajime no Ippo: Rising
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Mangaography
Hajime no Ippo
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Ichirou Miyata (宮田 一郎)
Date of birth: August 27, 1973
Nationality: Japanese
Boxing style: Out Boxer, Counter-Puncher
Height: 5'7.5" (172.0 cm)
Reach: 69" (175.4 cm)
Weight: 126 lbs.
Weight class: Featherweight
Gym affiliation: Kawabara Gym
Specialty: Various counters, Speed Hell
Stance: Orthodox Stance , Detroit Style, Hitman Style (once)


Ichiro Miyata is an out-boxer known for his speed, timing and determination. His normal punches are light but he is an expert at using counters that are all potential Sunday punches. Miyata is one of Ippo's primary goals as a boxer.

Ever since he was little, Miyata has always wanted to be like his dad. His dad, Suzuki Miyata, used to be a boxer, until a career-ending jaw bone injury forced him to retire. Miyata takes his training dead seriously, and has always believed in his father's old beliefs, that skill can beat strength. You hardly ever see the guy smile because he thinks that he doesn't have the privilege to smile unless he wins a boxing match.





Voice Actors
Seki, Tomokazu
Japanese
Sheh, Stephanie
English
Tano, Megumi
Japanese
Palmer, Jason
English
Seong, Wan Gyeong
Korean
Desjours, Sébastien
French


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