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|Native name||荒木 菜那|
|Born||May 3, 2002|
|Home town||Higashiura, Japan|
|Height||1.56 m (5 ft 1 1⁄2 in)|
|Choreographer||Miki Ando, Kenji Miyamoto|
|Former choreographer||Cathy Reed|
|Skating club||Chukyo High School SC|
|Former skating club||Ashiyagakuen Ashiya|
|ISU personal best scores|
2018 JGP Czech Rep.
2018 JGP Armenia
2019 JGP France
Araki won the silver medal in her Junior Grand Prix debut, at Minsk, Belarus, in September 2017. She was fourth at her second Junior Grand Prix event in Italy. Later that year, in November, she won the bronze medal at the Japan Junior National Championships behind Rika Kihira and Mako Yamashita. Due to her high placement, she was also able to compete at the senior National Championships, where she placed 13th. She ended her season with a gold medal at the Challenge Cup in March, 2018.
Araki started her 2018-19 season on the Junior Grand Prix in the Czech Republic, where she placed fifth. She repeated her placement at her second event in Armenia. In November 2018, at the Japan Junior National Championships, she was the silver medalist behind Yuhana Yokoi. She closed her season at the senior National Championships, where she placed 13th.
For the 2019-20 season, Araki got her short program choreographed by Kenji Miyamoto and her free skate choreographed by Miki Ando, a two-time world champion who Araki looks up to. Araki debuted her programs at the Junior Grand Prix event in Courchavel, France, where she placed 4th.
|Season||Short program||Free skating||Exhibition|
JGP: Junior Grand Prix
|JGP Czech Republic||5th|
|Int. Challenge Cup||1st J|
|Japanese Junior Champ.||12th||3rd||2nd|
|TBD = Assigned|