Shot in Turkey and marketed as ‘Nana Komatsu First Photo Collection‘ the Trabzon photobook was released on March 1, 2016. The 92 pages book offered 43 pictures of the young actress and model as well as shots of various places with locals.See more
In 2011, 15-year-old Komatsu Nana had been working as a teen model since she was 12. She often appeared in girl magazines such as Jill, Haco or Spoon. She also shot a couple of music videos for J-pop bands Radwimps and Plenty as well as the short musical film called Shabondama. That year she became a brand model for Samansa Mos (SM2-Can Shop)
Details: ‘Wonderland’ by SM2 – Winter Collection 2011 – 50 pages – Dimensions: 21.5 cm x 15.2 cm – Photograph: Takashi Sagisaka. This small catalog is now a rather hard-to-find item but from time to time used copies surface on Amazon Japan, Mercari or Yahoo Japan ! AuctionsSee more
In April 2019, Phaeton/Leto shop, based in Kanazawa, published Photobook Volume #4, available for customers who bought at least ¥10,000 worth of merchandise. The luxury booklet included two photoshoots, one indoor session and one outdoors. All photographs by Kazuki Nagayama, the male model was Kojiro Ito.
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Released in October 2014 by Parco Publishing, this photobook offered texts by famous Japanese poet Tanigawa Shuntaro illustrated by photographs taken by Tsukao back in winter 2012 (more detailed info in Japanese on Tsukaoblog). It includes over 50 shots of the young model, who was 16 at the time of the session, many of them are full page shots. Below is a selection of scans.
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The current promotional campaign for Sayonara Kuchibiru/FarewellSong, the new film by director Akihiko Shiota is pretty intense: official and fan events, stickers, EP/CD, Commercials, teasers and trailers and… the official film book.
It’s a beautiful item and a must-have if you are a fan of any of the three main thespians. The 103 page paperback volume offers a neat balance of quality pictures of Nana Komatsu, Mugi Kadowaki and Ryou Narita. It is cleverly split into chapters: Photo Story I, II & III – Making – Recording and Last Live Tour.
All the shots were taken on the film’s different locations: Osaka, Hamamatsu, Yokkaichi, Niigata, Hirosaki, Sakata and Hakodate. Photographer: Kotori Kawashima. You can buy this collectable book from Amazon Japan or CD Japan, both stores have English pages for non Japanese speakers.