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Nana (ナナ) is the first video game based on the manga of the same name. It was released on March 17, 2005 by Konami for the PlayStation 2. Nana is a simulation game, where the player can chose their own character, and meet Nana Komatsu and Nana Osaki.

Details of it were mentioned in the bonus pages of volume 11, and 12 as well as The Family Times.


The game focuses on the main player, who meets two girls, Nana Osaki and Nana Komatsu, who came to Tokyo to make their dreams come true. Although, Nana and Hachi are still prominent characters the game puts the most emphasis on the player character, who lives next to the Nana's in Apartment 708.[1] There are five choices of character styles, all were uniquely

The five choices

designed by Ai Yazawa for the game.[2]The choices are Boyish, Mods, Gal, Conservative, and Gothic-Lolita.[3]

The player gets to experience the storylines of volumes five through eight. Additionally, the player can meet other characters including, Ren Honjo, Takumi Ichinose, and Shinichi Okazaki, and the player can also date them. They can experience Tokyo life, through getting part-time jobs, buying clothes, and decorating their room.[1]

Furthermore, the player can work at Sabrina, visit Jackson Hole, play mahjong, and go to a Blast concert.[3]


Cast and characters

Character Actor/Actress[4]
Akiko Masami Suzuki
Ginpei Moroboshi Eiji Takemoto
Isono Ryouhei Kimura
Junko Saotome Yuriko Fuchizaki
Koichi Sato Takahiro Sakurai
Kyosuke Takakura Yuuji Ueda
Layla Serizawa Myco
Misato Uehara Yukari Tamura
Nakamura Hidenobu Kiuichi
Nana Osaki Junko Minagawa
Nana Komatsu Rumi Shishido
Naoki Fujieda Yasuo Saito
Nobuo Terashima Makoto Ueki
Ren Honjo Takahiro Sakurai
Sachiko Kawamura Masami Suzuki
Sakagami Shizuka Okohira
Seiichi Mizukoshi Masami Suzuki
Shinichi Okazaki Ryouhei Kimura
Shoji Endo Takeshi Maeda
Takumi Ichinose Takehito Koyasu
Yasushi Takagi Kenjiro Tsuda
Yoko Noriko Namiki

Character gallery


Behind the scenes


See also