Nana

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Nana

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Character Data
Japanese Name: 奈々
First Featured in: Kemono Friends: Welcome to Japari Park!
Voice By: n/a
Gender: Female
Occupation: Handler
Status: Unknown

Nana (Japanese: 奈々) is the protagonist of Kemono Friends: Welcome to Japari Park!, and one of the franchise's few named human characters. During the events of the manga, she is a new handler employed at Japari Park who works under Mirai. She has a little sister and is also the younger cousin of Kako.

Appearance

Nana appears to be a teenager is and somewhat short in stature. She has reddish brown eyes and bright pink hair, which she prefers to tie back in a ponytail. Her outfit includes a green jacket with the sleeves rolled up, featuring the signature "の" logo of Japari Park on its breast pocket and upper sleeves. Beneath her jacket, Nana wears a simple white t-shirt with a red collar and black short shorts. Her feet are covered by loose-fitting white socks and pink shoes.

Personality

Role in the Plot

Backstory

Kemono Friends: Welcome to Japari Park!

Current Whereabouts

Like all humans who once inhabited Japari Park, Nana's current whereabouts are unknown.

Relationships

Ezo Red Fox

Serval

Mirai

Mirai was Nana's supervisor as a handler at Japari Park during the events of the manga. The two had an amicable relationship and seemed to work together fairly well. It is unknown if their relationship extended past the abrupt shut-down of Japari Park due to the Cerulean outbreak, but it should be noted that Nana is the younger cousin of Mirai's close friend and mentor, Kako.

Nana's Sister

The two siblings appear to have a warm relationship, with Nana's unnamed younger sister checking in on her after her first day of work as a handler.

Kako

Kako and Nana are cousins; Kako is the older of the pair. The nature of their relationship is unknown, although both were employed in Japari Park at some point.

Trivia

  • Nana is the sole human in the series whose name is written in kanji.