It was adapted into a popular live-action film in 2005, followed by a sequel in 2006.That same year, a Nana anime was produced with a total of forty-seven episodes by Madhouse Studios.The band has a huge following by the time Nana O moves to Tokyo.
The anime ends around the twelfth volume of the manga to avoid filler.
Junko Koseki (editor of Nana at Shueisha), and Masao Maruyama (president of Madhouse) expressed interest in producing a second season of the anime once the manga is finished.
The manga has been collected into twenty-one volumes so far and published by Shueisha in Japan.
Viz Media currently holds the rights to the North American English version of Nana.
They become close friends and share an apartment together.
Nana Osaki came to Tokyo to headline a punk band, Blast.
The series was put on hiatus in June 2009, when Yazawa suddenly became ill.
She returned from the hospital in April 2010, but no set date for Nana's return has been annouced.
The series aired for a total of forty-seven episodes from April 5, 2006 to March 27, 2007.
Anna Tsuchiya as Nana Osaki and Olivia Lufkin as Reira Serizawa provide songs for the openings and endings of the anime.
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