Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S: Jougai Rantou!? Shuyaku Soudatsusen (roughly, Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon: Outdoor Brawl!? Star Scramble) is a fighting game that was developed for the Super Famicom in 1994. Although the game never officially left Japan, the competitive fighting game community has taken a shine to this…
An all-star lineup of cosplayers, photographers and videographers have teamed up to imagine what it would look like if the stars of Sailor Moon had a more adult photoshoot.
Until now, the only Sailor Moon stores in Japan have been temporary pop-up shops. That’s changed with the country’s first permanent Sailor Moon store opening in Tokyo’s Harajuku.
Like Sailor Moon? Want to eat Sailor Moon-themed food? Good news. Starting this fall, four Sailor Moon cafes are opening in Japan. Yes, four!
Interested in the original Sailor Moon anime but not willing to wade through its notoriously large amount of filler? I’ve trudged through the pink sparkly trenches so you don’t have to.
Meitu, the folks behind that infamous beauty app, are rolling out an official Sailor Moon phone and selfie stick.
This isn’t the first time Evgenia Medvedeva has done a Sailor Moon routine, and it’s probably not the last time, either.
Actor Kwon Hyuk-soo is on a mission. For the past few months, the Saturday Night Live Korea star has been recreating sequences from iconic anime.
Because the original Sailor Moon anime had some seriously stunning backgrounds. Look at those pastels!
Inspired by, of all things, this 2015 post about a Korean fashion store, a team of cosplayers, photographers and videographers got together last month and produced this absolutely incredible Sailor Moon fashion shoot.
Japan’s Ministry of Health is enlisting Sailor Moon to help contain the spread of chlamydia, syphilis, and HIV/AIDS, among other STIs.
This is Evgenia Medvedeva. She’s a 16-year-old champion Russian figure skater. And she totally loves Sailor Moon.
Little sailor suits. Different tunic colors. Big bows. These are just about perfect.
Doom? No, no, no. Moon.
Tomorrow on April 16, a special Sailor Moon exhibition is opening in Tokyo. Today, a special preview was held, so let’s have a look at what to expect.
Starting April 16, a special Sailor Moon exhibition opens in Tokyo to celebrate one of Japan’s most successful manga and anime.
It’s very, very pink.
Well, this looks cool: a bunch of friends who cosplay together as Sailor Moon characters worked with a production studio to make a very slick documentary about their outfits, friendships, challenges and adventures.
I’m not talking about when Usagi and her friends transform into Sailor Moon and whatnot. Oh no, I’m talking about the threads those kids are wearing when not trying to save the Solar System.