A freelance trainer and actor, Miyuki has served as cast trainer for several productions led by Makoto Sato and movement teacher to Black Tent Theatre members. In 2009, he performed in the inaugural play, Kuo Pao Kun’s The Spirits Play, of the Traditions & Editions Theatre Circus, a theatre collective established by ITI alumni, as well as in Creative Lab, a presentation of eight solo works that were the responses by eight artists to the play. The Spirits Play went on to the 12th Bharat Rang Mahotsav, a major theatre festival in India, after opening in Singapore. He appeared in Workshop (2007) by Makoto Sato in Okinawa; Hamlet/Machine (2006) by Makoto Sato and the Butoh performance of No Roots No Leaves – Absurd Day Dream (2006), both in Japan; and Chen Hui Wen’s production of Sarah Kane’s 4:48 Psychosis (2005) in Taiwan. He was also in the leading role for several films, including Vivid by Sam Loh, which was nominated as a finalist at the Singapore Film Festival 2008, Café (2005) by Kelvin Sng, Island (2004) by Mirtillo Films and Midnight Café by Opus Films. In 2008, he joined a three-year project with Yudi Ahmad Tajudin (Indonesia), Liew Kung Yu (Malaysia) and Makoto Sato taking place in Okinawa and various countries in Asia.