Chisato Kadokura in Noel: La Neige. Debut role as a seiyuu and singer, since, thanks to her singing talent, the company decided to release an entire Image Songalbum for her character despite being voiced by a newcomer.
Playing Against Type as she was just a stoic adjutant for most of the series. But notable that in the show, she sang both opening songs Preserved Roses and Revolution Dualism... in duets with TM Revolution
Audience Participation Song: Most notably, her concert staple 'POWER GATE', in which the audience sings nearly half of the first and second verses.
Not to mention her audience takes it upon themselves, to great lengths, to participate in a song. We're talking glowsticks of certain colors for certain songs, insane jumping and chanting at timed intervals, and more. This is pretty standard at a J Pop concert, though.
Bilingual Bonus: Aside from the copious amounts of English/Engrish in her songs, ROMANCERS' NEO takes the cake for making use of Latin. Yep.
Butt Monkey: Hilariously in the Lyrical Party IV where she reaches the last place in most of the competitions, and the other times, she was close to reach the last place. It should be noted that the audience decided the rankings of the seiyuus.
Calling Your Attacks: Played with amusingly. Nana loves to yell her songs' names at the top of her lungs right before performing them, and some of them ("ETERNAL BLAZE!" "BRING IT ON!" "POWER GATE!") totally sound like they could be attacks.
Game-Breaking Injury: She is forced to cancel her Live-Flight 2014 tour when it was revealed that her vocal cords were inflamed and she lost her voice. She has recovered, but two more concerts had to be cancelled in interim.
Gamer Chick: She's enjoyed playing video games since childhood.
She had the honor to be the special guest in Tokyo Encounter's final two episodes. Tokyo Encounter was a show hosted by Tomokazu Sugita and Yuuichi Nakamura, where those two guys play video games, and sometimes there are other seiyuu who enjoy video games in their private life as special guests.
Genki Girl: Tends to play as such and she's usually full of energy.
Girl Next Door: Her earlier image compared to what you see today. She was just an average singer before she became super big.
Compounded by the fact that unlike a lot of other mainstream J-pop singers, she hasn't altered her hair, teeth, or eyes to any noticeable effect. Her makeup is usually rather toned down as well.
Good Bad Girl: Especially seen with the characters she plays, as most seem to be of the soft-spoken, timid variety. But give the girl a mic stand and her band and out comes the fierce attitude.
Great Balls Of Fire: You will never see ETERNAL BLAZE performed without copious amounts of pyrotechnics. Every concert, no exception—Orchestral concert with a full symphony orchestra playing highly flammable wooden instruments on a rather tight stage? Who cares.
Intercourse with You: The Fandom has generally accepted that Etsuraku Camellia is a very poetic take on sex.
If this flower frantically blooming/ was allowed to bloom by the red crimson moon, even the evening/ would secretly allow us to indulge in our pleasure.
Japanese Pop Music: Initially broke into the industry via Anime character songs and theme songs, but has now become a force to be reckoned with, breaking several records, appearing on Kouhaku Uta Gassen, and even performing at the prestigious Tokyo Dome, making her the only seiyuu to ever do so. If that doesn't make you an iconic J Pop singer, I don't know what does.
Kimono Is Traditional: The Etsuraku Camellia PV and LIVE DIAMOND Performance, and the Junketsu Paradox cover.
Let's Duet: Very often performs her songs in tandem with other singers during the Animelo Lives in which she performs alongside other voice actors and actresses.
Magical Girl: Some of her roles. But the majority of them are...
Also according to one of the interviews, when she was still training, she really looked up to TM Revolution, so being chosen to go duet with him twice for Valvrave the Liberator is like a gigantic honor for her.
Rearrange the Song: On both THE MUSEUM and THE MUSEUM II, several songs got "MUSEUM STYLE" rearrangements. She also performs nearly every concert with a full band, giving nearly every one of her songs the chance to fall under this trope, even if minimally so.
And we can't forget LIVE GRACE - a full-length concert performed with an entire symphonic orchestra.
Progressively Prettier: Nana becomes prettier and looks younger every year. This is justified by her success in recently years and she gets more money than some years before, meaning that she gets better beauticians.
Seven Is Nana: whores this trope, in every way possible. Understandably so.
Actually, her voice range for singing can vary, but it's usually like this.
Stage Names: Born 'Nana Kondou', but is known as 'Nana Mizuki'.
Star-Making Role: While Hinata was her first mostly known role that garners her some cult fans, it's Fate that propels her to international stardom (In fact it was after her role of Fate that she gets a lot of musical recognition to the point of achieving that much fame in J Pop world).
Stockholm Syndrome: Before she joined her current agency King Records, she was in the agency of her perverted enka teacher who was also her host family in her high school timenote Nana had studied in Horikoshi high school, which offers a special program for entertainment arts. It's a popular school for people aiming to be in entertainment industry and many Japanese celebrities (i.e. Ayumi Hamasaki, Tomohisa Yamashita (Yamapi), Aya Ueto, Kyoko Fukada) graduated from here. Students must be under talent agency/record company to be able to apply for this program.. She refused several times to leave his agency, since he helped her to stay in her high school by building his own agency when her first agency went bankrupt. Until she realized that he didn't bother to promote her seriously and his sexual harassment got worse, she left his home by the help of King Records' staff.