|Hair Color||Light Green|
|Eye Color||Light Green|
|Relatives|| Shidou Yurizaki (father)|
AppearanceEditMira has light green cybernetic eyes and short light green hair with two purple bangs at the front. At the top of each bang are red, goggle-shaped sensors with a small wing on each, which Mira frequently insists are hairpins, despite the fact they move. The outlet for her coil is situated on her chest, where her heart would be. Her outfit changes over the course of the series, but it usually has a color scheme of pink, red, white, black, purple and pale yellow. Underneath it all, she wears pink underwear. Her most distinguishing feature, however, is a cat-like tail resembling an amplifier cord, which allows her to interface with other coil-driven technology.
Unlike other Androids, Mira is the only known android built with complete brain components, giving her the personality of a young woman. Mira considers herself a person and often gets annoyed whenever Kyōma calls her a robot or "piece of junk."
Although the two are partners, their friendship is one-sided due to Kyōma's distrust of coil-driven technology. Despite this, she cherishes their partnership and does her best to help him on missions. After the Easter Island incident, Kyoma demonstrates much more hospitable attitude towards Mira after confronting his past and is shown to be protective of her. Mira is also implied to be falling in love with Kyoma.
Being an android, Mira is physically stronger and tougher than the average human, able to toss a full-grown man across a room with minimal effort and lift and carry hundreds of pounds of furniture with relative ease, as well as survive being crushed and even decapitated by a falling pile of cars with only minor discomfort. She is incredibly agile, able to leap great distances across rooftops and cover lots of ground in short spans of time. However, unlike Four or Lwai, she is not very skilled in physical combat and is currently undergoing martial arts training.
Her tail allows her to interface with other coil-driven machinery. Following the Easter Island arc, she is now powered by the Double coil.