ASAPA presents

Animethon 2022

Aug 5 - 7 / 2022 Edmonton Convention Centre Edmonton Alberta Canada
/ Guests / NANO


Born in New York, NANO is a Japanese bilingual singer.
In 2010, NANO began sharing English covers of Japanese songs on sites such as YouTube and quickly received positive response from viewers around the world.
In March 2012, NANO made their professional debut with the release of their 1st album “nanoir”. “nanoir” ranked 10th in the Daily Oricon Charts on the first day of release.
In 2015, the 3rd studio album “Rock on.” was released, which reached 4th on the Oricon Daily Charts, creating a big movement in the J-pop scene.
Following their debut in 2013, NANO held their first live concert “Remember your color.” at Shinkiba Studio Coast, which sold out of 2,500 tickets within the first day.
A nationwide Zepp Live tour followed quickly after, and since then NANO has been actively holding concerts both in Japan and internationally.
In 2020, their first compilation album "I" was released, and a live streaming concert was held in the same year, which was viewed by fans not only in Japan but also in 23 countries around the world.
Her singing voice can be heard as the theme songs for several anime, including Arpeggio of the Blue Steel, Btooom!, Kemurikusa, Chain Chronicle, Magical Girl Raising Project, and many more!
Currently NANO's YouTube channel has exceeded 100 million views.
NANO continues to reach out beyond borders, connecting people around the world through music.