In her early life, Maria Ozawa (Ozawa Maria) best known as Miyabi was born January 8, 1986 at her hometown in Hokkaido, Japan. Maria Ozawa’s mother is Japanese and Maria Ozawa’s father is French-Canadian. Since Maria Ozawa attended an international school from Primary School to High School, Maria Ozawa claims that her English reading and writing ability is better than her Japanese. While at school, Maria Ozawa played hockey every day, and often went to karaoke after class.
In her personal life, Maria Ozawa’s hobbies include cooking and watching videos on her flatscreen television set. Maria Ozawa also like playing the video games, and owns a pink Nintendo DS Lite, and a pink PlayStation 2 console.
In her career, Maria Ozawa on 2002, while still a student, she appeared in a short (30 second) Japanese TV commercial for DARS Chocolate with the two members of the Japanese pop group KinKi Kids. The commercial has Maria Ozawa’s sharing chocolate with one singer while secretly holding hands with the other.
Besides she popular and famous because her role in the videos, Maria Ozawa has appeared in V-Cinema films, a photobook and several glamour (“gravure”) videos. Maria Ozawa on 2007 played the character Anita on the popular Japanese TV drama Tokumei Kakarichō Tadano Hitoshi on TV Asahi. In addition, Maria Ozawa was on a 2007 episode of the Japanese variety show Megami no hatena (“The Goddess of What Is That”) on Nihon TV as part of a series. Maria Ozawa has also appeared on Japanese MTV with the hip hop artist SEAMO, who is also a fan, and in the 2007 music video Summer Time in the D.S.C. with the Yokohama hip hop group DS455.