I've not tried the API for NAT specifically but I've played with it a little bit recently.
Start by looking at the API explorer for your FMC. You'll need to globally enable the API first in the FMC (System>Configuration>REST API Preference>Enable REST API) and make sure your user has the appropriate privs then browse to https://<YOUR_FMC_IP>/api/api-explorer
You can manually use this directly to DELETE, PUT (modify existing), POST (create new) or GET various records.
You can then go on to write scripts to automate the process. I managed to get something up and running fairly easily.
As far as I am aware the only options you have are to use the FMC GUI or learn how to use the REST API :-(
Alternatively you could use the ASA-->FTD migration tool to add a 'dummy' device?? This will add all the objects for you. Then delete the dummy device. You might need a spare physical FTD to do that though - not sure.
Best of luck and keep us posted on how you get on.
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