The entire history of world-renown animation series, Sailor Moon, created by Naoko Takeuchi was made into an exhibit that opened last month at Mori Museum in Roppongi. Though the Sailor Moon exhibit has already closed, the Mori Museum itself is famous for holding many incredible exhibits so make sure to check them out when you are in Tokyo.

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The Sailor Moon exhibit featured the story from its earlier roots in manga, idea boards, earliest sketches, character designs, transitioning into anime, all of the official merchandise ever released, life-sized characters replicas and videos from each of the anime opening themes. To me, growing up watching these series in the States, I have truly been taken aback, reliving my childhood memories.

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Of course my favorite two characters are Sailor Uranus and Sailor Neptune! And I finally got to take a photo with them!

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The exhibit also featured a limited-time café with Sailor Moon-themed menu. The line was super long but we were able to get in. So adorable!

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The merchandise was very cute too!

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Truly an enjoyable nostalgic experience!
Check out Mori Art Museum when you are in Tokyo.

Enjoy, Japan!


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