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About Nana


Nana (ナナ) is a manga series written and illustrated by Ai Yazawa. The manga was one of Cookie 's first and most popular series published in the magazine. After the author's sudden illness in 2009, the series was put on hold with eighty-four chapters.

The series is published by Shueisha in Japan, the English translation by Viz Media. It has also spawned a popular anime, directed by Morio Asaka, a live action film with a sequel, several video games and books.

The story follows Nana Osaki and Nana Komatsu, two girls with the same name, who meet by coincidence on a train to Tokyo. At first glance, the two girls appear to be complete opposites. However, they move into Apartment 707 together, and slowly become best friends. Nana Osaki pursues breaking out into the music business with her band, the Black Stones, while Nana Komatsu just tries to make it in Tokyo. Their lives become entangled with the members of rival band, Trapnest.

The manga is popular world-wide and has garnered numerous positions. Volumes 19 and 20 of the manga were the third and fifth highest selling manga books of 2008, and volumes 1 and 2 were listed on YALSA's "2007 Great Graphic Novels for Teens" list. The first twelve volumes of the manga series have cumulatively sold over 22 million copies, and as of 2008 the series has sold over 43,600,000 copies. Read more...


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The End is the fourth studio album of Mika Nakashima, and her only album released under "Nana starring Mika Nakashima". Two singles, "Glamorous Sky" and "Hitoiro" are found on the album. Many of the tracks from the album were featured in the Nana film and it's sequel, Nana 2. Read more...

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  • October - Ai Yazawa drew a new character, as a collaboration with japanese jazz singer JUJU, inspired by JUJU's new single Iiwake [1], [2].


  • July - Ai Yazawa draws picture for Viz Media's 10th anniversary. Picture.
  • June - new Nana magnets in Cookie. Picture.
  • March - new Nana furoku included in Cookie magazine. Pictures.
  • January - special new Nana images released in Cookie. Pictures.

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Did you know?

  • ...that Ai Yazawa studied fashion before becoming a manga artist?
  • ...that Ai Yazawa started Nana and Paradise Kiss around the same time?
  • ...that a tribute album, Love for Nana was released in 2005?
  • ...that Mika Nakashima(Nana Osaki in the film) did a cover of Sid Vicious' "My Way"?

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