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Nagi Hisakawa (久川 凪 Hisakawa Nagi) is one of the idols available in THE iDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls: Starlight Stage. She was one of the seven new idols announced for THE iDOLM@STER: Cinderella Girls following the 7th anniversary of the game. She was first introduced in Starlight Stage rather than Cinderella Girls. She is voiced by Hina Tachibana (立花日菜 Tachibana Hina).
The older of the Hisakawa twins, Nagi was scouted by the producer while walking through the halls of the production building, rather than auditioning like her sister. Despite their different interests and personalities, she loves her younger twin sister Hayate Hisakawa dearly, and together they form the unit miroir. Though she enjoys being an idol, she was apprehensive about accepting the producer's offer at first, afraid of overshadowing her sister's dream of being an idol.
Nagi is quieter than Hayate, but she's not necessarily shy. When the producer took them on a tour of the production office, Nagi ordered a latte from the café without warning and made the producer pay for it. She can also be rather blunt, as she openly states her assumption that the production office doubles as the producer's home due to its comforting and homely feel. Her way of speaking also seems to occasionally confuse the producer, who sometimes asks her to rephrase things. This could be a result of the books and poems she reads influencing her speech.
It is rumored that Nagi has a very unique sense of fashion and can't wear the same type of clothes as Hayate, which Hayate finds regrettable. It is also rumored that Nagi collects things to decorate her room with.
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Trivia & Fan Culture
- She often refers to herself in third person.
- The character for her first name, Nagi (凪), means "calm", coinciding with her personality.
- Nagi refers to Hayate as "Haachan", a nickname Hayate has adapted to her own third person speech.
- Similarly, Hayate often refers to Nagi as either "Naa" or "Naachan".