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Last seen on: L.A. Times Daily Crossword – Jul 7 2022
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Hana Ishiyama Ohara, known professionally as Nano (ナノ, stylized as nano; born July 12, 1988), is a Japanese-American singer and lyricist managed by HoriPro and signed to the Flying Dog label. Nano can sing in both Japanese and English, as she was born in New York City. Nano posted music on YouTube and Niconico before being signed by a record label.
Nano was born on July 12, 1988, in New York City. She was raised in the United States as a child but then moved to Japan when she was fourteen.
Nano posted covers of Vocaloid and anime songs online, first on YouTube and later on the Japanese site Niconico. She is bilingual, and sometimes wrote English lyrics to the cover songs, giving them a Western touch without losing the original style. Eventually, this led to a record deal with Japanese major label Flying Dog. Her debut album Nanoir was released on March 14, 2012. Nano’s first live performance was on March 16, 2013.
Nano has recorded several original theme songs for various anime series, such as, “Bull’s Eye” for Hidan no Aria, “Now or Never” for Phi Brain: Puzzle of God, “No Pain, No Game” and “Exist” for Btooom!, “Savior of Song” (feat. My First Story) for Arpeggio of Blue Steel, “Born To Be” for Magical Warfare, “Sable” for M3 the dark metal, “Dreamcatcher” for Magical Girl Raising Project, “Rock On.” for the first film of Arpeggio of Blue Steel, Arpeggio of Blue Steel: Ars Nova DC, “star light, star bright” for Conception, and “Kemurikusa” for Kemurikusa.