Misaki has unruly raw-umber brown hair and golden eyes. Her hairstyle consists of three buns and one braid. She doesn't wear her uniform properly — she doesn't wear a necktie and has a bow in her hair.
Misaki is a cheerful girl with a good imagination. She tends to go overboard on some subject.
Misaki is one of the five girls who checked out the same book each consecutive Friday for their Art class. Hōtarō and company don't actually meet or see her at that time .
Misaki was the PR manager of Class 2-F independent film directed by Fuyumi Irisu. She was also one of the three people who were asked by Classics Club to solve the mystery of Hongou's unfinished script. However, her version was rejected by Hōtarō .
Later, Hōtarō suspected Misaki and her club members of stealing Mayaka's hand made chocolate. He asked her, if she knew something about the theft. Misaki rejected the accusations of theft and got a little angry at Classics Club members .
- The name Misaki means "beautiful" (美) (mi) and "cape, peninsula" (崎) (saki).
- Misaki's surname Sawakiguchi means "marsh" (沢) (sawa), "tree, wood" (木) (ki) and "mouth, entrance" (口) (kuchi/guchi).
- Misaki can't cook well .
- Misaki is the only character who doesn't wear school uniform properly.
- In the book, while being taken to speak with her during the film project, Eru Chitanda and Mayaka Ibara recognize Misaki's name from the library book incident where they agree that her drawing/painting style is a bit odd, in which hearing this actually causes Kurako Eba to laugh softly.
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