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Nana is the name of the dog in "Peter Pan." It isn't the Japanese name however; it came from "Nanny" because that was the dog's occupation.
-- breakofday  12/16/2005
Nana is the name of two leading female's in the widely-renowned comic by Ai Yaizawa. It can also mean Seven.
-- Anonymous User  1/7/2006
Nana is the alternate personality of Yaya in the manga Othello by Satomi Ikezawa.
-- SerasVictoria  11/4/2006
Nana is a character on the anime Elfen Lied. She's also known as Number 7, and 7 is 'Nana' in Japanese.
-- Umihana  1/21/2007
One of The Ice Climbers is Nana.
-- 7up  2/4/2007
Nana Mizuki is a Japanese voice actress and also a singer.
-- Yume Hanabi  2/19/2007
I'm suprised Nana Kitada hasn't been mentioned. She's a fairly well known singer in Japan, and is a Gothic Lolita fashion icon.
-- Suzu  12/18/2007
I believe person above me is referring to Nana Kitade, not Kitada.
-- missmarlenesinclair  5/7/2010
Nana Mizuki is a Japanese voice actress and singer represented by the agency Sigma Seven. She was born and raised in Niihama, Ehime, Japan. Mizuki was trained as an enka singer, and made her debut as a voice actress in 1998. Her prominent roles include Hinata Hyūga in the long-running ninja series Naruto, Fate Testarossa in Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha, Tsubasa Kazanari in Symphogear, Moka Akashiya in Rosario + Vampire and Cure Blossom in Heartcatch Precure!.

Mizuki released her debut single, "Omoi", under the King Records label on December 6, 2000. A year later, she released her debut album, Supersonic Girl, on December 5, 2001. In the years that followed, Mizuki enjoyed modest success that concluded with the release of her single "Innocent Starter", which reached the top 10 Oricon singles chart, charting at No. 9. Since then, Mizuki's releases have charted steadily higher in Japan, establishing her as a successful singer in the country. On June 3, 2009, her album Ultimate Diamond reached #1, her first release to do so; while her single "Phantom Minds", released on January 13, 2010, also charted at #1. Mizuki is the first voice actress to top the weekly Oricon albums chart and the weekly Oricon singles chart since its inception in 1968.
-- cutenose  2/2/2017

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