Multi Media

We're fans ourselves and over the years, have collected countless media files related to the world of Sailor Moon. We have gathered from our hobby cases and from various dark corners of the internet. And now, we're going to share our small treasure trove with you.

Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon

Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon is a live-action television series, based on the popular manga and anime title, Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon. When the show debuted on Japanese television in late 2003, it took the internet by storm. It captured a large audience world wide and became an instant hit with foreign fans. At one point during the show's run, the term "Sailor Moon" topped Yahoo's USA Popular Search list. The show was also responsible for launching the careers of some of today's most sought-after Japanese TV actresses and models. Many years after the show's end, cast members still regularly meet up for dinner and shopping trips.

Kirari Sailor Dream Single Kirari Sailor Dream

  • CD Single
  • COCC-15610
  • November 19, 2003
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Opening Theme Sequence

This is the opening theme for the live action TV show, Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon. The song is "Kirari Sailor Dream," performed by SAE.

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon is perhaps the most recognizable anime in the entire world. When Takeuchi Naoko first published her manga in 1991, she most likely did not know that she would be creating one of the most important series to ever be imported from Japan. From comic form it evolved into animation and became an instant international hit. It was a series that single-handedly reinvented the genre of shoujo anime, and the character Sailor Moon became almost iconic to the Japanese animation world. Even now, over 10 years after the series have ended, people who have never seen a single episode of Sailor Moon can easily identify one of Takeuchi Naoko's magical soldier girls (or Tuxedo Mask ^.~ <3).

Sailor Stars Best Song Collection Sailor Stars Best Song Collection

  • CD Album
  • COCC-13720
  • September 21, 1996
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Songs From The Hit TV Series Sailor Moon: Songs From The Hit TV Series

  • CD Album
  • B0000033Q6
  • September 11, 1995
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Sailor Moon SuperS Christmas For You Sailor Moon SuperS Christmas For You

  • CD Album
  • COCC-13058
  • December 1, 1995
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Sailor Moon S Opening

The opening theme for the third season of Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon, Sailor Moon S is "Moonlight Densetsu," performed by Moon Lips. This is the first version of the opening theme video.

Sailor Moon S Closing

The closing theme for the third season of Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon, Sailor Moon S is "Tuxedo Mirage," performed by Peach Hips (comprised of the Inner Senshi's five voice actresses).

Sailor Moon Super S Opening

This is the opening theme for season four of Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon, Sailor Moon Super S. The song is "Moonlight Densetsu" performed by Moon Lips.

Sailor Moon Super S Closing

This is the second ending theme for season four of Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon, Sailor Moon Super S. The song is "Rashiku Ikimasho" performed by Meu.

Sailor Moon Sailor Stars Opening

The opening video for Sailor Moon's fifth season, broke the tradition of using "Moonlight Densetsu" as the theme song. In its place is "Sailor Star Song" performed by Hanazawa Kae.

Sailor Moon Sailor Stars Closing

This is the ending theme from the fifth season of Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon, Sailor Stars. The title of the song is "Kaze mo, Sora mo, Kitto," performed by Mizuki Arisa.

Sailor Moon Sailor Stars Finale

This is the ending video from the series finale of Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon. It was shown at the end of the last episode of Sailor Stars. Very fittingly, the song "Moonlight Densetsu" by Moon Lips was featured in the video.

Sawai Miyuu

Sawai Miyuu Before Sawai Miyuu was casted as Tsukino Usagi in Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon, she had acted in several roles and always played the part of a "beautiful girl." She was Love Berry magazine's top model, and had a steady career in the gravure industry. After the end of PGSM's production, Miyuu stayed within the world of gravure. Finding no success from modeling, she left her gravure days behind and is now a fully committed actress. Miyuu has since loaned her voice to several shows and was recently featured in the music video for Color Bottle's 6th single Aikagi.

Sailor Moon Character Song Sailor Moon Character Song

  • CD Single
  • COCC-15636
  • March 31, 2004
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"Sabra" Sentai Photoshoot

The November 2003 issue of Sabra magazine decided to do a special feature on sentai TV shows. The girls of PGSM were featured in individual photoshoots for the piece. This is Sawai Miyuu's photo session.

Izumi Rika

Izumi Rika When Izumi Rika debuted her acting chops in Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon as Mizuno Ami (Mercury), she instantly captured a large fanbase with her mesmerizing eyes. Not only did she become Melon magazine's top model, the entire idol publishing world was vying for her attention. Even after a four year break from the industry, Rika had no problem snatching a spot in one of Japan's most popular fashion magazines, Ray. (Formerly Hama Chisaki)

Sailor Mercury Character Song Sailor Mercury Character Song

  • CD Single
  • COCC-15637
  • April 21, 2004
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Koisuru Soldier Koisuru Soldier

  • CD Single
  • SMR-1110
  • November 10, 2003
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"Junior de Go!" Christmas Party

Hama Chisaki threw a mini concert for press members and fans in late 2003. It was featured on the teen idol show, Junior de Go! She performed songs from her single, "Koisuru Soldier" and even the PGSM theme song, "Kirari Sailor Dream." She also sang "C'est la vie" but forgot the lyrics!

"De-View Idol" Interview

Izumi Rika was interviewed in October 2003 by De-View Idol. In the video, she talks about her work in Melon magazine and Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon. She even models a bit and does her Sailor Mercury pose.

Easy Sports Yoga Introduction

In January 2010, Izumi Rika hosted a yoga session for "Easy Sports," a program on TV Asahi. This is the introduction clip that was posted on "Easy Sport's" Official Website.

Kitagawa Keiko

Kitagawa Keiko When Kitagawa Keiko landed her first role ever as Hino Rei in Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon, no one could've predicted the amount of success she would be launched into. From her "humble" journey as a model in Seventeen magazine, to her first role in a huge Hollywood Blockbuster, she has worked hard every step of the way. In just a few short years, this former Sailor Mars has become Japan's most popular and in-demand actress.

Sailor Mars Character Song Sailor Mars Character Song

  • CD Single
  • COCC-15638
  • March 31, 2004
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"Paradise Kiss" Teaser Trailer

Teaser trailer for Kitagawa Keiko's big movie project, "Paradise Kiss" based off of Ai Yazawa's popular manga. Her costar is heart-throb Mukai Osamu. Movie releases in Japanese theaters on May 2011.

Seventeen Summer School 2005

During the summer of 2005, the Japanese Seventeen magazine held it's annual "Summer School" fashion show. Some of the featured models are Kitagawa Keiko, Azama Mew, Eikura Nana, etc.

ORICON Valentine Festa 2010

Actress Kitagawa Keiko and model Masuwaka Tsubasa attended the "ORICON Valentine Festa." Both girls received the Valentine Queen Award. A survey was conducted by ORICON STYLE on 300 high school girls and Kitagawa Keiko was chosen.

Azama Mew

Azama Mew Though the role of Kino Makoto (Jupiter) in Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon required her to be a tough tomboy, Azama Mew herself was anything but. She was known by her cast mates to be the most girly and modest member of the team. Her feminine qualities and tall height made her the perfect model for Seventeen magazine. After PGSM, Mew went on to modeling for Non-no, and is now one of the top models at Cancam.

Sailor Jupiter Character Song Sailor Jupiter Character Song

  • CD Single
  • COCC-15639
  • April 21, 2004
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Seventeen Summer School 2005

During the summer of 2005, the Japanese Seventeen magazine held it's annual "Summer School" fashion show. Some of the featured models are Kitagawa Keiko, Azama Mew, Eikura Nana, etc.

"Sabra" Sentai Photoshoot

The November 2003 issue of Sabra magazine decided to do a special feature on sentai TV shows. The girls of PGSM were featured in individual photoshoots for the piece. This is Azama Mew's photo session.

Komatsu Ayaka

Komatsu Ayaka Komatsu Ayaka played the part of a mysterious pop star named Aino Minako (Venus) in Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon. Prior to her role on the show, Ayaka was a known face, as she was CANDy magazine's top model. After her stint in PGSM, she ventured into the world of gravure, which instantly embraced her. Ayaka is now a wildly successful gravure model, and has managed to maintain a steady acting career on the side.

I'll Be Here Album Minako Aino "I'll Be Here"

  • CD Album
  • COCX-32880
  • September 22, 2004
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Sailor Venus Character Song Sailor Venus Character Song

  • CD Single
  • COCC-15640
  • March 31, 2004
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"Sabra" Sentai Photoshoot

The November 2003 issue of Sabra magazine decided to do a special feature on sentai TV shows. The girls of PGSM were featured in individual photoshoots for the piece. This is Komatsu Ayaka's photo session.

Kawabe Chieko

Kawabe Chieko Before Chieko was casted as Osaka Naru in Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon, fans knew her as Sailor Mercury of Sera Myu. Out of all the actresses on the show, Chieko was the only one who held a successful music career. She also ventured into modeling and was a radio personality for one of Japan's most popular stations. Since her marriage to TV producer Ochi Masato in 2008, her legal name has been changed to Ochi Chieko.

Brilliance Album Brilliance

  • CD Album
  • VPCC-80602
  • March 16, 2005
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"Be Your Girl" PV

This is the music video for Kawabe Chieco's first single, "Be Your Girl." The song is the ending theme to the anime Elfen Lied, and enjoyed a fair amount of success from Jpop fans.

"Shining!" PV

This is the music video for Kawabe Chieco's second single, "Shining!" Released during the holiday season of 2004, the video was filmed to be extra cheerful.

"Kizunairo" PV

This is the music video for Kawabe Chieco's third single "Kizunairo." Title of the song means "Colored Bonds," and is a ballad. The PV is quite depressing.

"Brilliance" Behind the Scenes

This video was included on Kawabe Chieco's first album, "Brilliance." It showed Chieco working on the sets of her music videos. There are also glimps of her in the studio, working on her album.

Matsushita Moeko

Matsushita Moeko Matsushita Moeko, who played the role of Kusaka Hina in Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon, is a Japanese singer and actress. In 1997, she wandered into the entertainment industry through Oscar Promotion's annual Japan Bishoujo Contest, where she won the "Multimedia" title. Since then, Moeko has released music singles and handled several TV roles. To this day, Moeko is regularly gracing the stage and various TV programs in Japan.

Natsuiro Single Natsuiro

  • CD Single
  • AVCD-30232
  • June 13th 2001
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Ame Agari Single Ame Agari

  • CD Single
  • AVCD-30268
  • August 28th 2001
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Hello Single Hello

  • CD Single
  • AVCD-30295
  • November 21st 2001
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Sotsugyou Single Sotsugyou

  • CD Single
  • AVCD-30317
  • February 13th 2002
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Ame Single Ame

  • CD Single
  • AVCD-30418
  • January 8, 2003
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"Ame Agari" PV

This is the music video for Matsushita Moeco's second single, "Ame Agari." The song is also the ending theme for the anime, "Battle Doll Angelic Layer."

STA*COLLE Nail Guide Video

Matsushita Moeco was a spokesmodel for STA*COLLE nails. She filmed a 16 minutes How-To video, teaching you how to take care of your acrylic nails.

Sailor Moon Cover Songs

Sailor Moon Cover Songs Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon is an anime title known for producing an impressive amount of catchy tunes. Its theme song "Moonlight Densetsu" is considered a timeless piece by fans of Japanese pop music. It is widely recognized and have been covered over and over again by countless professional musicians. Sailor Moon R's ending theme "Otome no Policy" has practically become an anthem for young females. That song too has been re-recorded by numerous artists. This small corner, is our archive of Sailor Moon cover songs. Listen and hear how the songs we all grew up loving, have been updated and reworked. After all these years, its pretty damn amazing.

Shokotan Cover 3 Shokotan☆Cover 3

  • CD Album
  • SRCL-7218
  • March 10, 2010
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Shokotan Cover Shokotan☆Cover Anime ni Koishite

  • Mini Album
  • SRCL-6538
  • May 2, 2007
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Nakagawa Shoko's "Sailor Star Song"

Nakagawa Shoko performs a cover of the Sailor Moon theme, "Sailor Star Song" during her 2010 Prism Tour. During the song, the cameraman zooms in on a Sailor Moon cosplayer and her Tuxedo Kamen.

Shokotan's "Moonlight Densetsu"

Nakagawa Shoko covered a combination of the Sailor Moon themes, "Moonlight Densetsu" and "Otome no Policy" during her 2009 Magical Tour.

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