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Miyabi, also known as Hidden Garden, is a stage in Dead or Alive 6.
Miyabi is depicted as a quiet Japanese village in the middle of autumn. It features a wide open area surrounded by small buildings, a stone wall and a wooden gate. The fight can spill out into a small corridor-like path where it stops at another gate.
Fighters can knock each other through benches, wooden structures and floor lanterns to cause critical stuns.
The stage also features a thicket fence with wooden supports, of which the centre segment appears weaker than the others; should a fighter be knocked into that segment they will fall through, tumbling down a dirt banking before landing within "Hidden Garden" where the fight continues. The music will also change should this transition occur.
- "the afterimage of KURENAI" (Miyabi) - Dead or Alive 6 (2019)
- "the afterimage of SHIKKOKU" (Hidden Garden) - Dead or Alive 6 (2019)
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- The stage gathered infamy during the game's initial launch as one corner of the arena could be easily walked through causing the fighters to glitch and walk along uneven terrain, this has since been patched out.
- Although somewhat difficult to trigger, the breakable straw like structures that line the walls near the upper entrance walk way of the stage have a glitch where if a fighter is knocked into them from a certain angle, they'll become damaged but won't be fully broken the 2nd time.
- Jann Lee also has a strange attack glitch near these walls where his rising launcher punch can cause a ceiling stun although no actual ceiling surface exists.