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Nao Nagasawa

Nao Nagasawa
Birth name 長澤奈央 (Nagasawa Nao)
Born (1984-01-05) January 5, 1984
Tokyo, Japan
Genres Japanese pop
Years active 2002–present
Labels King / Starchild 2003-2005
avex 2005-present
Website NAO.exe - Nao Nagasawa's blog

Nao Nagasawa (長澤 奈央 Nagasawa Nao, born January 5, 1984) is a Japanese actress, a voice actress, and a former singer and model.




  • 2003 August 6: Trip Lip
  • 2006 March 29: BODIES
  • 2007 March 21: LOVE BODY -SEASON 1-
  • 2008 March 5: NAO BEST


Title Chart History Album Record Label
Peak Weeks Imprint Distribution
2003 June 25 "Pump up" #33 5 Trip Lip Starchild King
2004 January 21 "×○×○×○" #27 4 Starchild King
2005 March 24 "Mama Said" #60 2 BODIES avex trax avex
2005 July 27 "Love Body" #54 3 BODIES avex trax avex
2005 November 30 "Fun Time" #63 1 BODIES avex trax avex
2006 September 13 "Love Body III" - - avex trax avex
2006 December 6 "GAME/Love Body for..." - - avex trax avex
2007 September 19 "To You" - - avex trax avex


  • Oricon Style (2005), Ranking - Oricon Style
  • avex network inc. (2005), Nao Nagasawa official website
  1. ^
  2. ^ Toei Video - A Day of One Hero
  3. ^ CastTravelers: Jigen Keisatsu
  4. ^

External links

  • Official avex trax artist site
  • Official Starchild artist site
  • Nagasawa Now! Official fan site
  • 3rd X'mas website
  • Girl's BOX Official Web Site
  • J!-ENT Girl's BOX Special Feature #1: Nagasawa Nao (2007)
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