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Nana is a 2006 anime, based off the manga of the same name, directed by Morio Asaka, and animated by Madhouse. The Nana anime was released onto seventeen DVDs and one bonus DVD. The bonus DVD was titled "7.8" after the fanbook, and includes the three recap episodes.

The openings were "Rose" by Anna Tsuchiya as Nana Osaki, "Wish" by Olivia Lufkin as Reira Serizawa, and "Lucy" again by Tsuchiya. The endings were "A Little Pain" by Lufkin, "Starless Night" by Lufkin, "Kuroi Namida" by Tsuchiya, "Winter Sleep" by Lufkin, and "Stand By Me" by Tsuchiya. The endings were erratically switched around in the English language dub, and some were taken out.

Episodes

Episode # Title Airdate
1 "Prologue: Nana and NANA"
"Joshō. Nana to NANA"(序章. 奈々とナナ)
April 5, 2006
2 "Love? Friendship? Nana and Shoji"
"Koi? Yūjō? Nana to Shōji"(恋?友情?奈々と章司)
April 12, 2006
3 "Nana and Shoji, Love's Whereabouts"
"Nana to Shōji, koi no yukue"(奈々と章司、恋の行方)
April 19, 2006
4 "Nana's Love, NANA's Dream"
"Nana no koi, NANA no yume"(奈々の恋、ナナの夢)
April 26, 2006
5 "Ren's Dream, NANA's Thoughts"
"Ren no yume, NANA no omoi"(レンの夢、ナナの思い)
May 3, 2006
6 "Snowing in Tokyo! Nana and NANA"
"Yuki no jōkyō! Nana to NANA"(雪の上京!奈々とナナ)
May 10, 2006
7 "Yasu Appears! Room No. 707"
"Yasu toujō! 707 gō shitsu"(ヤス登場!707号室)
May 17, 2006
8 "Strawberry Glass and Ren-Lotus Flower"
"Ichigo GURASU to Ren no hana"(いちごグラスと蓮の花)
May 24, 2006
9 "Nobu Arrives in Tokyo! NANA's Song"
"Nobu jōkyō! NANA no uta"(ノブ上京!ナナの歌)
May 31, 2006
10 "The Handsome Youth Shin Appears!"
"Bishōnen Shin tōjō!"(美少年シン登場!)
June 7, 2006
11 "Sachiko, Is This on Purpose?"
"Sachiko, wazato da yo?"(幸子、わざとだよ?)
June 14, 2006
11.5 "Junko's Room"
"Junko no heya"(淳子の部屋)
June 21, 2006
12 "Urgent Approach! Shoji and Sachiko"
"Kyū sekkin! Shōji to Sachiko"(急接近!章司と幸子)
June 28, 2006
13 "Sachiko's Tears, Shoji's Determination"
"Sachiko no namida, Shōji no kesshin"(幸子の涙、章司の決心)
July 5, 2006
14 "Family Restaurant of Shambles"
"Shuraba no FAMIRESU"(修羅場のファミレス)
July 5, 2006
15 "BLAST, First LIVE"
"BURASUTO, hatsu RAIBU"(ブラスト、初ライブ)
July 19, 2006
16 "Nana's Love Whereabouts"
"NANA no koi no yukue"(ナナの恋の行方)
July 26, 2006
17 "Trapnest, Live"
"TORANESU, RAIBU"(トラネス、ライヴ)
August 2, 2006
18 "Hachi's Prayer, NANA's Thoughts"
"Hachi no inori, NANA no omoi"(ハチの祈り、ナナの想い)
August 9, 2006
19 "NANA's Prize"
"NANA no gohōbi"(ナナのごほうび)
August 16, 2006
20 "Sudden Development! Hachi's Fate"
"Kyū tenkai! Hachi no unmei"(急展開!ハチの運命)
August 23, 2006
21 "Dream of Suite Room"
"SUIITO RŪM no yume"(スイートルームの夢)
August 30, 2006
21.5 "Junko's Room 2"
"Junko no heya 2"(淳子の部屋2)
September 6, 2006
22 "Wish of July 7th, Hachi's Love"
"Tanabata no negai, Hachi no koi"(七夕の願い、ハチの恋)
September 13, 2006
23 "I Do Not Want to Pass Over to Anybody"
"Dare ni mo watashitakunai"(誰にも渡したくない)
September 20, 2006
24 "Hachi's Confused Heart"
"Midareru Hachi no kokoro"(乱れるハチの心)
September 27, 2006
25 "A Capricious and Selfish Man"
"Kimagure de katte na otoko"(気まぐれで勝手な男)
October 1, 2006
26 "The Passing Hachi and NANA"
"Surechigau Hachi to NANA"(すれちがうハチとナナ)
October 10, 2006
27 "Hachi's Desired Future"
"Hachi no hoshii mirai"(ハチの欲しい未来)
October 18, 2006
28 "Hachi and Nobu, Sudden Intimacy"
"Hachi to Nobu, Kyū Sekkin"(ハチとノブ、急接近)
October 25, 2006
29 "The Problem of Expressing Love"
"Aijō hyōgen no mondai"(愛情表現の問題)
November 1, 2006
30 "Breakdown, NANA's Heart"
"Kekkai girigiri, NANA no kokoro"(決壊ギリギリ、ナナの心)
November 8, 2006
31 "Hachi's Child, Pregnancy"
"Hachiko, ninshin"(ハチ子、妊娠)
November 15, 2006
32 "Don't Separate the Joined Hands"
"Tsunaida te o hanasanai de"(繋いだ手を離さないで)
November 20, 2006
33 "Hachi's Choice"
"Hachi no sentaku"(ハチの選択)
November 29, 2006
34 "The Broken Strawberry Glass"
"Wareta ichigo no GURASU"(割れたいちごのグラス)
December 6, 2006
35 "Reira's Loneliness"
"Reira no kodoku"(レイラの孤独)
December 13, 2006
36 "BLAST's New Song!!"
"BURASUTO shinkyoku!!"(ブラスト新曲!!)
December 20, 2006
36.5 "Junko's Room 3"
"Junko no heya 3"(淳子の部屋3)
January 10, 2007
37 "Hachi, High-Class Housewife"
"Hachi, shiroganeeze"(ハチ、シロガネーゼ)
January 17, 2007
38 "The Trigger of Fate"
"Unmei no hikigane"(運命の引き金)
January 24, 2007
39 "Look, Hachiko"
"Hachiko, mitero yo"(ハチ公、見てろよ)
January 31, 2007
40 "BLAST, DEBUT!"
"BURASUTO, DEBYŪ!"(ブラスト、デビュー!)
February 7, 2007
41 "BLAST Lodging Together"
"BURASUTO gasshuku"(ブラスト合宿)
February 14, 2007
42 "NANA, Suddenly Fit"
"NANA, totsuzen no hossa"(ナナ、突然の発作)
February 21, 2007
43 "BLAST, GUERRILLA LIVE"
"BURASUTO, GURIRA RAIBU"(ブラスト、ゲリラライブ)
February 28, 2007
44 "BLAST VS TRAPNEST"
"BURASUTO VS TORANESU"(ブラストVSトラネス)
March 7, 2007
45 "BLAST's First TV Performance"
"BURASUTO TV hatsu shutsuen"(ブラストTV初出演)
March 14, 2007
46 "Reunion! Hachi and Shoji"
"Saikai! Hachi to Shōji"(再会!ハチと章司)
March 21, 2007
47 "Fireworks Display, Hachi and NANA"
"Hanabi taikai, Hachi to NANA"(花火大会、ハチとナナ)
March 28, 2007

Cast and characters

Character Japanese English
Nana Osaki Romi Park Rebecca Shoichet
Nana Komatsu Kaori Kelly Sheridan
Ren Honjo Hidenobu Kiuchi Samuel Vincent
Yasushi Takagi Yoshihisa Kawahara Brian Drummond
Nobuo Terashima Tomokazu Seki Matthew Erickson
Shinichi Okazaki Akira Ishida David Kaye
Takumi Ichinose Toshiyuki Morikawa Andrew Francis
Layla Serizawa Aya Hirano Ashleigh Ball
Kyosuke Takakura Junichi Suwabe Michael Adamthwaite
Miu Shinoda Saeko Chiba
Natsuko Komatsu Akiko Hiramatsu
Goro Komatsu Unsho Ishizuka
Nao Komatsu Akemi Okamura
Nami Komatsu Chika Fujimura
Keiichi Mizukoshi Kenji Hamada
Mitsuru Narita Sho Hayami
Hideki Kasai Kiyoshi Katsunuma
Kinoshita Kozo Mito

DVD release

Main article: Nana DVD releases

The Nana anime was released in eighteen DVDs by VAP, throughout 2006 and 2007. Many of the discs include several extras. The first DVD was published on July 7, 2006 and reached #2 on the Oricon Style Chart. Each illustration was done specially by the character designer, Kunihiko Hamada.[1]

The English language dub version of Nana was released by Viz Media in four box sets. Each set includes some special features, such as interviews and the anime openings.

Music

Anna Tsuchiya and Olivia Lufkin were chosen to perform the opening and ending themes of the anime. Tsuchiya portrayed the sound of Nana Osaki (Black Stones), while Lufkin was the sound of Reira Serizawa (Trapnest).

Two soundtracks featuring the background music of the anime were released, Nana 707 soundtracks and Nana 7 to 8 soundtracks. Another, Nana Best featuring the themes and insert songs was published on March 21, 2007. Tsuchiya and Lufkin, both released individual albums on the same day, titled Anna Tsuchiya Inspi' Nana (Black Stones) and Olivia Inspi' Reira (Trapnest).

References

See also

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