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- This article is about the Japanese gravure idol Nana Ozaki. For 20th-century Japanese actress Nana Ozaki, see Nana Ozaki (actress). Also, do not confuse her with manga heroine Nana Osaki.
Nana Ozaki (尾崎ナナ Ozaki Nana?, born September 12, 1982) is a Japanese gravure idol. She is represented by talent agency Fang. She is from Osaka and interested in tennis, long-distance track events and Western popular music.
She worked with talent agency Artist Box until December 28, 2007.
- Nickname: Nothing (Nana)
- Profession: 'Gravure idol' (Japanese term: swimsuit/bikini model)
- Date of Birth: 12 September 1982
- Birthplace: Osaka, Japan
- Height: 163 cm (5 feet and 4.2 inches)
- Measurements: B86 W58 H85 cm (B33.9 W22.8 H33.5 inches)
- Talent Agency: Fang
- "HANAMARU WORK Vol.20 November 2006" (Adluck, 2006) Cover photo
- "Weekly Playboy No.45" (Shueisha, 2006) pp. 223–226
- "FLASH No. 985" (Kobunsha, 2007) pp. 37–44
- FNS Chikyu Tokuso-tai Die Buster (FNS地球特捜隊ダイバスター) Fuji Television
- Kyuyo Mesai (給与明細) TV Tokyo
- Shirosaki Jin to Isoyama Sayaka no Kiwame-michi (城咲仁と磯山さやかの極めみち) GyaO
- Oni Hatchu (オニ発注) TV Tokyo
- Desearter Aoi Zetsubo (デザーター 青い絶望)
- Desearter Akai Kibo (デザーター 赤い希望)
- Gambare Bokura no Gura-dol Heroine (～がんばれ僕らの～グラドルヒロイン エスピリオン)
- Koi no Yokan (恋の予感 / The Foreboding of Love), Eichi Publishing 2006
- Nana ni Koi-shite (ナナに恋して / Falling in Love with Nana), Saibunkan Publishing 2007
- Rainbow (レインボー), Takeshobo 2007
- Nana Fushigi (ナナ不思議 / The Seven Wonders of Nana), GP Museum Soft 2007
- Nure-doki (濡時間 / Wet Time), Goma Books 2008
- Toriko (とりこ / Enslaved), Outvision 2009
- Nana Ozaki's Nanairo Diary (Japanese) - Official Blog with her photographs, since December 2006
- Nana Ozaki's Nanairo Diary♪ (Japanese) - Official Blog with her photographs, from September to November 2006
- Sample Images of Nana Ozaki - At "Schoolgirl Milk Kiss"
- Gravure Idol Report: Nana Ozaki (Japanese) - At "Sponichi Annex", in November 2006
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