Nana 4 Seasons 2006
Amazon Instant Video
1. Episode 01 Nana Komatsu is moving to Tokyo to start a new life with her boyfriend--and as chance would have it, she is about to meet a woman the same age named Nana Osaki, with the two Nanas destined to share an apartment...
2. Episode 02 Nana K. has quite the dating history with men, but when she falls for one of her girlfriend's buddies, is the relationship for real, or just another case of fleeting "love at first sight?"
3. Episode 03 Nana K. and Shoji have made a "declaration of friendship," but their growing relationship is strained when Shoji decides to move to Tokyo.
4. Episode 04 Nana O. is a musically talented loner who is about to have her world turned upside down as her guitarist boyfriend Ren ponders a change of scenery.
5. Episode 05 Ren is committed to hitting the big time as a musician in Tokyo, but is Nana O. content to come along for the ride, or stake her own claim to fame?
6. Episode 06 A chance encounter on a train brings Nana K. and Nana O. together, and another chance meeting leads to them sharing the same apartment.
7. Episode 07 Worried about Nana K.'s decision to live with a stranger, her friends drop by to make sure everything's all right--and meet a skinhead lawyer and Nana O. dressed only in a towel!
8. Episode 08 Shopping for their new apartment brings the Nanas closer together, as Nana K. gushes about Ren's band Trapnest, which brings back bittersweet memories for Nana O.
9. Episode 09 When one of Nana O.'s old bandmates drops in for a visit, an impromptu music session becomes Nana O.'s first unofficial Tokyo concert.
10. Episode 10 Nana O.'s musical ambitions are coming together as she recruits bassist Shin. But while Nana K. happily becomes the band's first groupie, is she forgetting to devote time to Shoji?
11. Episode 11 Short on cash and soon to be out of a job, Nana K. is down in the dumps--and unbeknownst to her, things might be getting a whole lot worse as Shoji is falling for his co-worker Sachiko...
|Genres||Drama, Romance, Music, Comedy|
|Director||Morio Asaka, Ryôsuke Nakamura|
|Supporting actors||Richard Ian Cox, Brian Drummond, Matthew Erickson, Andrew Francis, Jeremy From, Aya Hirano, Jin Horikawa, Atsushi Kakehashi, David Kaye, Ken'ichi Ogata, Adrian Petriw, Kelly Sheridan, Rebecca Shoichet, Eric Vale, Sam Vincent|
|Executive Producer||Masao Maruyama|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
It's a terrific story about 2 young ladies both named "Nana", which also means "seven" in Japanese. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Walter D. Fitzgerald
I've read the manga and this anime is just like it. Amazing. :) would definitely buy more of the seasons!!!Published 3 months ago by D.p
NANA is just awesome!!!!! I even got my friend hooked and she doesn't even watch anime. I you haven't watched it go ahead and give it a try. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Tanyshia Forehand
This anime right here is beautiful. The characters and well written and incredibly well animated. The story it's self is fantastic. Read morePublished 5 months ago by book lover
i have been in love with this anime for years now, i finally bought it and am in love with it and plan to watch it forever!Published 6 months ago by Kat
They do an amazing job of bringing this engaging Manga to life. You really see the contrast and similarities in both Nanas, and grow with them as they find out who they each are.Published 7 months ago by Kathryn
Favorite anime, came in new packaging and has had no problems with playing. Highly recommended for any NANA fans. also came quite fast!Published 9 months ago by Glac
Is a great gal pal series for anyone who likes adult drama. Although you find yourself wondering why Hachi is such an idiot at times lol. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Dalya84
I bought and watched Nana Uncut box set 1, Nana Uncut box set 2, Nana Uncut box set 3, and Nana Uncut box set 4. I do not think that I would watch it again. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Charlene Thompson