Bomaye (NJPW/ROH) / Kinshasa (NXT/WWE) (Running knee strike to an opponent's head, sometimes from the second rope) – 2009–present; Cross armbar sometimes while flying – 2002–2006; used as a signature move thereafter; Landslide (Samoan driver, sometimes from the second rope) – 2006–2009; used rarely thereafter
Death Valley driver; Double knee backbreaker; Double underhook piledriver; El Niño (Springboard moonsault) – rarely used; Front sleeper hold; German suplex; Good Vibrations (Stomping on a seated opponent in the corner, with theatrics); Inverted powerslam; Knee drop, sometimes to back of the head of an opponent in the ring apron; Lariat; Running knee strike to a cornered opponent; Shining Triangle (Running triangle choke while using the opponent's knee for leverage).
Nakamura also practised Ten-Naka Koroshi (Doomsday DDT) as his double-team finishing move while teaming up with Hiroyoshi Tenzan in New Japan Pro Wrestling.
"Moving City" (NJPW; 2002–2004); "Subconscious Entry Version" by Julia Claris (NJPW; 2004–2016); "The Rising Sun" by CFO$ (NXT/WWE; April 1, 2016 – present); "The Rising Sun" by CFO$ featuring Lee England Jr. (NXT/WWE; August 20, 2016, April 4, 2017, August 20, 2017; used rarely).
"The Artist (known as Shinsuke Nakamura)" (WWE); "The Black Savior" (NJPW); "Child of God" (NJPW); "The King of Strong Style” (NJPW/NXT/WWE); "The Rockstar" (WWE); "El Samurai de NJPW" (Spanish for "The Samurai of NJPW") (CMLL); "Supernova" -- (NJPW)