Kuranaga Nao
Nao normal
Japanese 倉永 直
Romaji Kuranaga Nao
Personal Information
Status Gardener
Age 28 (8 years prior)
Birthday March 21st
Likes Potato chips
Dislikes Noise
Appeared in

Kuranaga Nao is a character in Logicalism categorized under the Kisetsu no page.


Nao is a young man, often mistaken as a teenager by some. He has light blue colored eyes and a matching colored messy hair. He wears a light cream unbuttoned insulated vest over a black long sleeved shirt. He wears brown shoes and long cream pants.


Kuranaga Nao is a gardener employed by the Aoi family. He's often mistaken as a college student, as he looks very young. Nao seems to be really close to Aoi Moyuno (whose real identity is Miyashita Hiro)


Role in the "Yuhi-iro ni Somaru Nazotoki"Edit

In "Yuhi-iro ni Somaru Nazotoki", Nao's employer Aoi Kazuya committed suicide. His wife, Aoi Chiyo employed private investigator Mikami to investigate a painting that went missing the day her husband died.

By the climax of the story it was revealed that Nao and Chiyo had an affair and that was the reason Kazuya committed suicide. Additionally, Moyuno is actually Nao's child and not Kazuya's; though he didn't know this. As things grew heated, Nao killed Chiyo with a vase; however Mikami was able to knock him out and refrain him from doing any more harm.

Role in the "Naki Oukoku no Phantom"Edit

Nao is the last person you can invite to be in your party. You could find him in the garden near the final boss castle. Though he's supposed to be a boss; he'll gladly give you the onban you're looking for in return of getting Hiro. Defeat him to retrieve Hiro back, and he'll join your party.

Role in the comicsEdit

Information Panel
Romaji Aru Ame no Hi
Featuring Kuranaga Nao, Miyashita Hiro
Publish date July 2013
Continuity N/A
Comic kuranaga

Two kids were almost caught stealing in a store one day, and one of them gave Hiro the book they were stealing. There was a misunderstanding and the store keeper thought she was the thief. However, she sternly told the store keeper that she wouldn't do such a thing.

Kuranaga; who was there the whole time, backed her up and the misunderstanding was cleared up. Later, Hiro thanked him for helping her.