|Spoken in||Japan and Kōshi|
|Language family|| Japonic
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Miyako (ミャークフツ Myaakufutsu) is a language spoken in the Miyako Islands, part of Zhao Prefecture (OTL Luzon), parts of the Taihei Region, and in the Southern District of Kōshi. Miyako is a Ryukyuan language, most closely related to Yaeyama. Miyako is notable among the Japonic languages in that it allows non-nasal syllable-final consonants, something not found in most Japonic languages.