Named in honor of Isao Miyazaki (b. 1961), amateur astronomer well known for his high-quality visual, photographic and CCD observations of the planets. He has been director of the Jupiter-Saturn Section of the Oriental Astronomical Association (OAA) since 1989. He is a winner of the I. Yamamoto Award (OAA), the W. H. Steavenson Award (British Astronomical Association) and the W. H. Haas Award (Association of Lunar and Planetary Observers). Name proposed by the discoverers following a suggestion by T. Sato and A. Fujii.