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About Mika Nakashima Mika Nakashima (中島美嘉, Nakashima Mika) (born February 19, 1983) is a Japanese singer, model, and actress from Japan. # Favorite Artist: Dreams ...
About Mika Nakashima
Mika Nakashima (中島美嘉, Nakashima Mika) (born February 19, 1983) is a Japanese singer, model, and actress from Japan.

# Favorite Artist: Dreams Come True
# Favorite Flower: Lotus
# Favorite Cartoon Character: Doraemon
# Favorite Animal: Tapir
# Favorite Insect and Reptilia: Spider and Butterfly
# Favorite Brand: Vivienne Westwood
# Favorite Season: Winter
# Favorite Weather: Rainy
# Favorite Color: Black and Purple
# Favorite Accessory: Silver accessory
# Favorite Genre: J-Pop. Jazz, Blues
# Pet: Two Cats (Dio and Donna)

Biography
Born in Kagoshima-Ken, Kyushu, Japan, she had always dreamed of becoming a singer since she was a child. She decided not to attend high school, and pursued her dream in a musical career. The very first demo-tape she sent to a record company had given her the chance. She was chosen out of 3000 girls, as the heroine of the 2001 fall season drama, Kizudarake no Love Song (Scarred Love Song) of the Fuji TV station. In November, she made her debut from Sony Music Associated Records, with the song "Stars", which was also the theme song of the drama. Her second single "Crescent Moon", an 80's themed song, was a limited product of 100,000 copies only. Amazingly, it sold out the first day of its release. In March of 2002 she released her third single "One Survive" (which received great feedback) and her first video "Film Lotus", in May her 4th single "Helpless Rain", in August her 5th single "Will" was released, tying-up to the sales of over 200,000 and Top Ten hits.

Her first album True released in August 2002 was a #1 hit in the Oricon charts. In only 3 weeks, True became a million seller. Then as commemoration of one year since her debut, Mika released a Premium EP Resistance, which hit the charts #1 spot two weeks in a row. On December 18, a documentary video Kiseki: the document of a start was released.

Mika has won her a vivid public recognition and aroused the excitement in many listeners of her generation. It was not a surprise that 2002 was a great year for Mika as she received "New Artist of the Year" from The Japan Gold Disc Awards, "Best New Artist of the Year" from All Japan Request Awards 2002, and "New Artist of the Year" from the 44th Japan Record Awards.

Mika became one of the most popular female vocalists in Japan. Her most popular songs include Gundam Seed's ending song "Find the Way", "Sakurairo Maukoro", and "Yuki no Hana" which was covered by Korean male singer Hyo-Shin Park and this covered song is inserted in popular Korean drama Mianhada Saranghada (Sorry, I Love You). It was also one of the most popular karaoke songs in Japan in 2004. In 2004 she sang the ending theme of the anime series based on the manga Hi no tori as aired on NHK.

In 2005 she costarred alongside Aoi Miyazaki in the live-action movie Nana, based on the manga of the same name, which was released September 10, 2005. Mika also sang one of the theme songs for the movie, which was released as a single under the name "Nana starring Mika Nakashima". The single, titled "Glamorous Sky" was written by the manga's author, Ai Yazawa and composed by L'Arc~en~Ciel frontman Hyde. It was Mika's first #1 single on Oricon charts. The single has sold over 423,000 copies making it the best-selling female single of the year and the tenth highest selling overall. The single continued selling well into the next year and sold 442,000 copies, which was about 25,000 copies less then her Nana co-star, Yuna Ito's "Endless Story".

Mika was recently nominated at the MTV Video Music Japan as "Best BuzzAsia from Japan" for "Amazing Grace '05", and the "Glamorous Sky" video was nominated as "Best Female Video" and "Best Video from a Film". She won the "Best Video from a Film" award.

Due to the success of Nana, a sequel will be released in December, 2006 as well as new songs by Mika under the name Nana starring Mika Nakashima. The theme song to Nana 2 movie is "Hitoiro", which is also written by Yazawa, while the music is composed by Glay's leader Takuro, who is also the author of the coupling song "Eyes For The Moon". Besides the single, Mika will release the mini-album The End, featuring all her songs under the name Nana starring Mika Nakashima.[edit]Last edit by baboona on Wednesday 18 Mar, 2009 at 15:05 +2.4%[/edit]
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1 Mika Nakashima - Always Always
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2 Mika Nakashima - Nagareboshi Nagareboshi
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3 Mika Nakashima - Candy Girl Candy Girl
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4 Mika Nakashima - Over Load Over Load
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5 Mika Nakashima - Game Game
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6 Mika Nakashima - Focus Focus
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7 Mika Nakashima - ORION ORION
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8 Mika Nakashima - Sakura ~hanagasumi~ Sakura ~hanagasumi~
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9 Mika Nakashima - Eien No Uta Eien No Uta
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10 Mika Nakashima - Life Life
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11 Mika Nakashima - Sunao Na Mama Sunao Na Mama
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12 Mika Nakashima - Black & Blue Black & Blue
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13 Mika Nakashima - Mienai Hoshi Mienai Hoshi
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14 Mika Nakashima - I Love You I Love You
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15 Mika Nakashima - Hitoiro Nana Starring Mika Nakashima Hitoiro Nana Starring Mika Nakashima
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16 Mika Nakashima - My Sugar Cat My Sugar Cat
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17 Mika Nakashima - All Hands Together All Hands Together
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18 Mika Nakashima - Cry No More Cry No More
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19 Mika Nakashima - Legend Legend
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20 Mika Nakashima - Amazing Grace Amazing Grace
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21 Mika Nakashima - Crescent Moon Crescent Moon
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22 Mika Nakashima - Helpless Rain Helpless Rain
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23 Mika Nakashima - Glamorous Sky Glamorous Sky
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24 Mika Nakashima - Fake Fake
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25 Mika Nakashima - Sakurairo Maukoro Sakurairo Maukoro
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26 Mika Nakashima - Venus in The Dark Venus in The Dark
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27 Mika Nakashima - Oborozukiyo - Inori Oborozukiyo - Inori
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28 Mika Nakashima - Resistance Resistance
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29 Mika Nakashima - Seven Seven
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30 Mika Nakashima - Love Addict Love Addict
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31 Mika Nakashima - Hi no Tori Hi no Tori
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32 Mika Nakashima - Find The Way Find The Way
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33 Mika Nakashima - Heaven On Earth Heaven On Earth
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34 Mika Nakashima - Destiny's Lotus Destiny's Lotus
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35 Mika Nakashima - Will Will
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36 Mika Nakashima - Stars Stars
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37 Mika Nakashima - Aishiteru Aishiteru
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38 Mika Nakashima - Hitori Hitori
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39 Mika Nakashima - Seppun Seppun
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40 Mika Nakashima - Yuki no Hana Yuki no Hana
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