Nana Tanimura

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Nana Tanimura
谷村 奈南
Tanimura Nana from "The Brand New Legend Of The Stardust Brothers" at Opening Ceremony of the Tokyo International Film Festival 2016 (33486522172).jpg
Background information
Born (1987-09-10) September 10, 1987 (age 29)
Origin Sapporo, Hokkaidō, Japan
Newcastle, United Kingdom
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2007 - present
Labels Avex
(Sonic Groove sub-label)

Nana Tanimura (谷村 奈南, Tanimura Nana, born September 10, 1987 in Sapporo), is a Japanese pop singer.


Tanimura was raised mainly in Osaka. She moved frequently between Osaka and Hawaii between the ages of 3 and 8, after which she also stayed for an extended period of time in Los Angeles.

Tanimura was enrolled in the College of Law at Aoyama Gakuin University and graduated in March 2010.


In her third year of high school, Tanimura caught the attention of music production agents at an event in Osaka. In 2007, her first singles, "Again" and "Say Good-Bye" were released under Avex Group's Sonic Groove label. The singles peaked at #55 and #105 on the Oricon charts, respectively. In 2008, Tanimura released the singles "Jungle Dance" and "If I'm Not the One / Sexy Senorita". They peaked at #15 and #8 on the Oricon charts, respectively.

In 2010, she was chosen to sing the official theme songs of the game Hokuto Musō. The songs were released as part of "Far Away / Believe You" on March 24, 2010.



Title Release date Daily ranking* Weekly ranking* Sales Kind
Nana Best
11,000 Compilation
*Oricon Charts


Title Release date Weekly ranking* Sales Album
Again 2007-05-30 55 Nana Best
Say Good-Bye 2007-11-14 105
Jungle Dance 2008-05-30 15 28,000
If I'm Not the One / Sexy Senorita 2008-08-13 8 28,000
Crazy for You 2009-02-18 10 15,000
Every-body 2009-07-08 16 8,000
Far Away / Believe You 2010-03-24 11 10,000
Toxic 2010-11-24 39 5,000
*Oricon Charts

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