New Look = New Film

On Saturday September 3, hairstylist Tsubasa Dicky released a series of stunning pics of the actress. Fans shared them on various SNS, not just because they liked them per se but because they know it means something else. According to a special ‘Komatsu tradition’, a strategy of communication she established for herself a few years ago, a new haircut and a new look signal that a new film has been wrapped…

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Birthday Cake for a Kid on the Slope

In February and March 2018, actress Komatsu Nana was busy promoting Takahiro Miki‘s new film, Kids on the slope, in the company of co-stars Taishi Nakagawa and Yuri Chinen. On February 5, there was a stage greetings event at the EX Roppongi Theater (near Roppongi Hills, Tokyo) during which Yuri Chinen played a little piano. As the actress was to celebrate her 22nd birthday on February 16, the production team had prepared a special birthday cake.

In this charming coming-of-age movie, the actress is Mukae Ritsuko, the daughter of a vinyl records dealer and an active member of the Christian community of Sasebo, Nagasaki Prefecture. Ritsuko is arguably Nana Komatsu‘s most gentle and likeable onscreen character.

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Baseball Pitch

It is almost a tradition in Japanese professional baseball to have celebs, idols or actresses launch the first pitch at important matches with popular teams. On Sunday June 16, 2016, actress and model Komatsu Nana was in charge at the Chiba Marine Stadium, home of the Chiba Lotte Marines, who were then to play against the mighty Tokyo Yakult Swallows.

The young star who practised a bit at school confessed she felt a bit nervous but enjoyed the moment. Here’s a few pics to celebrate…

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Some more time

Announcement: this is renewal time on WordPress so here is just a quick note to let readers and casual visitors know that this blog will be up and running until the end of the year. At the end of November I’ll make another announcement to tell everyone if the blog will stay online in 2023 …or not (the same applies to the French blog: Nana Komatsu Films)

I’d like to thank Director Bernard Rose, Director Edmund Yeo, Director Kensaku Kakimoto and Kadokawa Pictures for helping me provide more quality contents. Thanks to all for visiting.