Miyako is a girl appearing in Episode 046, who dreams of becoming a comedian. She meets Amu and Rima when they hear her live performance of "King of Beasts Miyako-chan" when she was performing it at a park they were passing by. When she tells Amu and Rima her dream and says she was going to audition at the Guffaw Grand Stage using that act, Rima decides to train her and Amu tries to hide in the background, though the two do get her to train with them. At the end of Rima's harsh training, Rima tells Miyako she had no doubt that Miyako would pass the auditions at the Guffaw Grand Stage for she had gone through with all of the training.
Miyako is first shown wearing short orange overalls that reach above her knees with a white shirt underneath. She is also wearing wearing white sandals. Over the right side of her, she has a light green shoulder bag. On her right hand she has a lion puppet and on her left she has a zebra puppet. Her hair is blue, or a dark raven, and has two clips crossed over in the shape of a stretched "x" on the right side of her hair. Her eyes seem to be a light purple or brown.
At the Guffaw Grand Stage auditions, she is wearing a pink vest with a white shirt underneath. Her shorts are yellow and she has the same white sandals on from the day before.
Her X-Character looks like a typical one, black with a red "X" on their forehead, but hers has a paper fan which she uses to send most of her attacks through.
Her Guardian Character, just like her, has two puppets on her hands: the right one with a peach face and blue cloth for clothes while the one on her left has a peach face also, but pink cloth for clothes. She has green hair with some of it being pulled up in the front by a yellow bow. She wears a red overall like dress with a white shirt underneath and red shoes with white socks pulled up below her knees. Her eyes are blue and she doesn't mention her name to Amu or Rima.
Rima and Amu meet Miyako when she was in the middle of her act "King of Beasts Miyako-chan." When Miyako ends the act by saying "Top of the Food Chain Miyako-chan," Ran is once again laughing like crazy, Su and Kusukusu joining in while Miki looks bored. Amu asks what Miki thought and Miki begins by saying "to be honest," but doesn't finish as Rima says it sucked. Turning to her, Amu sees she was angry and Rima says there was no room for a witty comeback, but to get someone laughing, you had to lay it all out there. Rima and Amu go over to Miyako; Amu going just so she can calm Rima down.
Miyako asks who they were, but Rima only points a finger at her and says Miyako had a long way to go. Miyako agrees half heartedly and asks who they were again, so Amu introduces them. Miyako introduces herself as Kizaki Miyako and Rima asks if that was a comedy set she had, Miyako surprised she had recognized it. She says she was going to do the Guffaw Grand Stage's "Welcome, Amateurs" audition, flipping some of her hair as does Rima like she had before in the doughnut shop. Amu asks if she was and Miyako says yes as it was the first step to realizing her dream. Rima aks about her dream, so Miyako says she wanted to be a comedian, to stand on the stage and make people burst out laughing. She then thinks of her in front of an audience giving the joke "Take your feet-off the foot-on!" and having them laugh.
Amu smiles and comments on puns like that and Ran tries to contain her laughter again, and Miki and Su do look entertained. Miyako tells Amu that that was just an example while Rima looks bored. The King of Beasts says that when people were laughing they had their best smiles. She goes on and says that even if they had a bad day, a good gag could make them forget about it and she says she wanted to be a comedian to make people laugh. Amu says that her dream was pretty cool, so Miyako asks if she didn't think it was weird. Amu asks why would she and Miyako says that some people didn't think she was right in the head. A flashback shows Miyako doing her King of Beasts act, some people watching while some girls asked each other if Miyako was a bit off and having some others agree. Then it shows her mother telling her to stop her amateur act and get studying. Present day Miyako looks kind of sad, but Rima tells her none of that mattered. Amu agrees and says it was great that she had a dream for her future, so Rima says that choosing to be a comedian was not half bad. Miyako concurs and says that comedy was the best.
Rima says she would help her and asks if the Grand Guffaw Stage was the day after tomorrow, though she knew it was and Miyako says she was right; then she tells the two she had come all the way from Osaka just for it and was staying at her aunt's house and wasn't going back until she passed the audition. Rima tells her she would need special training, and tells her she had that certain spark, but it was unrefined. Ran and Su fly over to either side of Miyako: Ran says she was going to cheer her on and Su says she was sure Miyako could do it. Miyako looks left and right and asks if she had just heard something, so Amu reaches over and grabs Ran and Su and says that it had to be her imagination. Miyako disagrees and says that she definitely heard something and suggests it was the comedy fairies. Amu looks shocked, disbelieving there were fairies for comedy. Miyako tells her there were, scaring Amu and says that the legends say the comediy fairies were friends of someone, but lets her sentence trails, looking at Rima, wondering if she could possibly what she was thinking of. Rima smiles and tells Miyako to let her demonstrate.
Standing on a round, blue seat like object, Rima calls to Kusukusu and Character Changes, performing Bala-Balance. Amu and her Guardian Characters are shocked and so is Miyako. She comments on Rima's perfectly angled arms, the shape of her legs, and the expression on her face before grabbing Rima's hands and crying, saying the legend had come true and calls Rima the Goddess of Comedy. Miyako begs Rima to train her, but Rima warns Miyako that her training was hard, so Miyako said she would follow her. Amu says she would be standing elsewhere. Someone puts a sign that say Rima's Comedy Dojo on the giraffe shaped slide. Rima tells Miyako that first she was going to give one hundred straight man responses, those just being Miyako angling the lower part of her arm so it was sticking out with her palm facing the side and moving her arm back and forth, saying "what the heck?" Rima, standing behind her, says that comedy was all about timing and tells her to adjust her speed for that reason.
The next task was tongue twisters and they say "bus gas explosion" over and over again before passing it on to the next person; Rima first, Miyako second, and Amu last. Rima and Miyako do it, but Amu can't, saying it wrong and Rima gets mad again, asking that if Amu couldn't say that, how she was supposed to help, so Amu apologizes. The third task is the comedic fundamental, as Rima calls it, pratfalls. Miyako does it, but says that joke or not, falling over still hurt. Rima tells her that because she could overcome the pain, laughter was the product. Miyako gets shocked again and bows before Rima, saying her souls had been cleansed. Rima places a hand on her shoulder and tells her to do it again. Amu asks where they were for they were standing in front of an ocean being colored by the sunset. Miki adds in that she thought they were just at the park.
Rima and Miyako ignore them and Rima tells Miyako that lastly, they had to race into the sunset and the two do so. Back at the park, Amu asks if there was a point to the last part (the racing into the sunset) and Miyako says that the training was pretty amazing, shocking Amu. Rima says that since Miyako was able to go through all of it, she was sure Miyako would pass the audition. Tears tream down Miyako's face and she blesses Rima, the Goddess. Rima turns and points to the sunset, telling Miyako to yell out to it, and she does, saying "You stupid sun!" Amu asks what was up with it, but they don't answer. Miyako smiles and says she was ready to make some people laugh.
That night, Miyako is at her aunt's house sitting in her room with the door open leading outside wondering if she should change one of her jokes. Her aunt comes by and asks if she was still writing jokes. She supports her and says she knew Miyako was working hard and told her to make sure she got some sleep. Miyako smiles and says she would and her aunt walks off. She wonders if she would pass the audition, but then changes her mind and says she would as she had the Goddess of Comedy on her side.
The next day, Miyako is in the "Welcome, Amateurs" participants dressing room and says it wasn't good that she was nervous. The door opens and someone calls to Miyako. She turns and sees Amu and Rima, Amu who notices Miyako looked nervous. Miyako laughs, but Rima tells her when she got nervous to do straight man responses, so Rima and Miyako do. Miyako says she wasn't nervous anymore and Amu laughs before the door comes open and a person calls out to everyone. It was two men - one skinny, the other bigger - who say that Mustachio Jirou had come to see them and tells them to do the mustache cheer. Amu whispers to Rima asking what it was, but Rima doesn't know either. Apparently, it's just clapping your hands and saying "mustache" over and over as that was what the two men were doing before Mustachio Jirou appears. He tells them he hoped they all did their best and his toupee and mustache come off, the two men by his side say there went the legendary gag, but no one laughs or claps. One of the men notices this and holds up a sign that says "laugh" so the people in the room do so, though not really heartfully.
The bigger of the men points to Miyako and tells her to clap, but she only bows and starts to suggest what she would do if she were performing that gag, but Jirou gets mad and asks who she was to criticize his gag. She tries again to say that to make it funny she would do something, but she gets interrupted again by Jirou who tells her that a young person like her wouldn't understand his greatness. He bids the people a goodbye and leaves with the two men following. A person tells Miyako Jirou was the judge for the day and says it wasn't good. She looks scared, but Amu tries to tell her it would be fine. Rima agrees and tells her to do it exactly as she had trained. Miyako, still looking scared, nods.
In the audience, Amu is smiling and looking at the stage while Rima and Kusukusu are looking at what seems to be the program of the show. Two men come on stage and thank the audience for coming the the live taping of Guffaw Grand Stage and say that the show was beginning. They welcome the amateurs and announce the judge who, just like the man in the amateurs dressing room had said, was Mustachio Jirou. Finally, the amateurs come on stage, some making the audience laugh, others not before the announcers say that the next act was a young lady in the fifth grade and call out Miyako, King of Beasts. Amu says that it was Miyako's turn, so Kusukusu, Ran, Mik, and Su cheer her on. Miyako comes out from behind the curtain with a smile on her face and hears the bigger of Jirou's men say it was rare to have elementary students while the other says it should be fun. Jirou, looking bored, says that he had high expectations for her, scaring Miyako. Amu gets mad and says that him saying things like that would make her more nervous.
Miyako starts her act, but no one laughs, though Jirou does pull a smile at her, not for her act, but for her misfortune. Rima says that since Miyako was nervous, her pace was off. Miyako goes on, but Mustachio Jirou tells her it was enough because he didn't want to see any more of it. He tells her this wasn't the place to make summer memories, but she tells him she really did want to be a comedian. He tells her that being a comedian was harder than she thought, but she tells him she knew it was and that she still wanted to be one. Jirou tells her that because she was a girl, there were other things she could be and lists an example: a ballerina. She tells him she wanted to be a comedian and he says she could be a baker, but she says it was her dream to make people laugh. He says she could get married, but she says being a comedian was all she wanted to be. He smiles again and says she was a strange little girl, causing her to look up at him in shock with tears in her eyes. She runs off and in the audience Rima and Amu stand up to follow her.
Some people say it was over for her when Jirou began to look down on her and some say they felt sorry for her, she, all the while, still running and crying. Rima and Amu split up to look for her, but can't find her until Kusukusu says she found her. They look where she says and find Miyako sitting against a wall with an X-Egg floating next to her and her puppets on the ground with her. Miyako begins to speak, saying she knew she was weird and her X-Egg hatches, becoming an X-Character. It shoots an attack at the girls with its fan, but they run to dodge it. Rima tells Amu they should Character Transform and Amu agrees, so they unlock their hearts and become Clown Drop and Amulet Heart, respectively.
The X-Character laughs and sends another hit, but Amu blocks it with her poms-poms and calls to Rima, who uses Juggling Party. The X-Character dodges them and sends another attack, but they jump back this time to avoid being hit. The X-Characters attack hits some bamboo sticks, making them fall and they knock Rima down. Su and Miki go over to her and Su asks if she was okay, Rima saying she was. The X-Character says "weird" over and over until Amu tells her it wasn't weird, stopping the X-Character. She goes on and says that Miyako was shining so brightly and having lots of fun. She remembers Miyako saying it was the best when people were smiling and her saying her dream was to be a comedian and make people laugh. Amu says to believe in your own dream and that it didn't matter what other people say. She says Miyako's dream was hers alone and that the people who made fun of it were the weird ones.
The X-Character gets mad, but before it could do anything, ropes come forward and bind it; Rima having done it using Tightrope Dancer now that she was standing again. Rima tells Amu that it was her chance and Amu nods before locking onto Miyako's negative heart and using Open Heart. The X disappears from the X-Character and Miyako's Guardian Character appears, saying "King of Beasts Miyako-chan." Amu and Rima smile at each other before the Guardian Character says she was sure Miyako would make a great comedian. She says that it was Miyako's wish to make people laugh that gave birth to her. She thanks them for coming and goes back to her egg and into Miyako. Miyako's eyes open and she wonders what happened. Rima asks her if she was okay, and she says she was as the bad feelings she had been feeling before were gone.
Back on stage, Mustachio Jirou is performing his "legendary gag" and his two men hold up a sign that says "laugh" facing toward the audience. No one laughs and Jirou gets nervous. Standing on stage behind a curtain are Rima, Amu, and Miyako, Amu asking if it was bad what was happening to Jirou. Rima says that he didn't have any other jokes, but Miyako looks around. She smiles when she finds what she was looking for - rope - and swings on it across the stage, surprising everyone as they had not been expecting her to come back. She lands on the stage and throws the rope, saying it's be much faster to run and says "King of Beasts Miyako-chan!" She aks Jirou what he was doing lazing around for doing that in the savannah would get him eaten. He says they weren't in the savannah, so she corrects him and says it was the savannah of the comedy stage. She makes a scary face and jumps into the air, saying it was eat or be eaten and scares Jirou.
She falls on the stage floor and stays that way for a bit before jumping back up and saying "Got your mustache!" which was exactly what she had on her face, under her nose. This causes the audience to burst out laughing and Jirou slumps down on his knees while the curtain closes. Even Amu, Ran, Miki, and Su were laughing and Rima and Kusukusu were moved, shocking Amu, Miki, and Su, though not Ran as she was still laughing hysterically. Rima says it was wonderful and tells Amu that Miyako had seen the postion of the mustache when she had been swinging on the rope and had worked out how she was going to get to it. Rima says it all went according to Miyako's plan, but Amu hadn't known that and neither had Su and Miki, and once again, Ran is still laughing.
Behind the curtain, Jirou is not believing his gag hadn't worked and that Miyako had saved him. A hand is placed on his shoulder and he turns to see Rima. She tells him his gag had been a once-in-a-lifetime thing, but she tells him it was old now and he tells her not to say that, but she tells him all he had to do was make a new one. He asks her how and she holds the two pieces of his mustache before sticking them firmly to the place where his eyebrows should have been and tells him he was now that from that day forward he was to be Eyebrows Jirou. He cries with a smile on his face and tells Rima that she was the Goddess of Comedy.
Back at the park, Miyako, Rima, and Amu are sitting and Miayko is asking if she had made everyone laugh. Amu says she had and Miyako says that making people laugh was the best, saying she was definitely going to become a comedian. Amu and Rima smile at each other and Miyako tells them she was thinking of making a new King of Beasts Miyako-chan. Rima agrees and Character Changes again and says she should have more complexity to her movements and begins a strange dance, alarming Amu. Miyako is shocked again and asks what those moves were, saying she was truly the Goddess of Comedy. Ran is laughing yet again and Su says that even though it was a gag, she could see how subtle it was. Kusukusu suggests they all do it, so the three of them dance like Rima had and burst out laughing at the end of it. Amu asks what it was, but Miki wasn't sure.
Miyako tells Rima they should add in some vocals and Rima says it was a good idea and they do it together with the vocals which was just them murmuring. At the end, Amu starts to laugh and Miyako gets excited as they had made her laugh. She says that since they had been able to do so, they should dash into the sunset and Rima and Miyako do so, Eyebrows Jirou and his two men right behind them. Amu pops up and says that this punchline made no sense at all.
Mom: Miyako has a mother living in Osaka while Miyako decides to audition for the Guffaw Grand Stage. Not much is known about her, but in a flashback, she is telling Miyako to stop her amateur act and to start studying, meaning that Miyako's grades weren't the best, or her mom just didn't want her grades to slack off.
Aunt: Miyako has an aunt living near the auditions of the Guffaw Grand Stage where Miyako says she was going to stay until she passed the audition. Her aunt comes by when Miyako is in her room thinking about her comedy act and supports her and her comedy ways, saying she knew she was working hard, but tells her to get enough sleep.
Amu Hinamori: Though the two don't know each other very well, they are shown to get along and Amu tells her that her dream of being a comedian wasn't weird as Miyako said most people said about it. Before Amu purifies Miyako's X-Character, she tells her that her dream nor her were weird. She goes on and says that Miyako was shining so brightly and having lots of fun. Amu tells her to believe in her own dream and that it didn't matter what other people said. She says Miyako's dream was hers alone and that the people who made fun of it were the weird ones.
Rima Mashiro: These two didn't really know each other either, but Rima likes the fact that Miyako wanted to be a comedian. When she first sees Miyako's act, she says it sucked and tells her she had a long way to go. Then she offers to train her and, when they finish, Rima says she had no doubt in her mind that Miyako wouldn't pass the audition for she had gone through all of Rima's harsh training. When Rima sees Miyako's audition at the Guffaw Grand Stage, she is moved at how well it went according to Miyako's plan.