Born of violinist parents in Tokyo. Miura began studying the violin with Hiromu Yasuda at the age of three, and with Tsugio Tokunaga since he was six years old.
He was awarded the Second Prize at the elementary school section of the Student Music Concours of Japan in Tokyo in 2003 and 2004. Also awarded the Second Prize at the Menuhin Competition (Junior) in April 2006, then won the First Prize at the Hannover International Violin Competition in October 2009, as well as the Audience Prize and the Music Critics' Prize, as the youngest violinist in the history of this Competition. The local newspaper says; "his heart-warming performance supported by high technical skill and impressive virtuosity attracted not only the International Juries and critics but also the audience". A musical magazine <The Strada> says; "his astonishing performance gathered all attention at the Hannover Competition".
Miura appeared at the Oleg Kagan Memorial Festival (Moscow) and the Braunschweig Classix Festival (Germany), and has performed with many major orchestras such as NDR Symphony Orchestra, Amadeus Chamber Orchestra (Poland), Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, Osaka Philharmonic Orchestra, Sapporo Symphony Orchestra and Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra.
He is a student of Zakhar Bron, Jean-Jacques Kantorow, Cho-Liang Lin and Pavel Vernikov. Entered the Toho Gakuen Music High School in April 2009, and now is studying with Pavel Vernikov at the Vienna Conservatory on a scholarship from the Meiji Yasuda Cultural Foundation.