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Superintendent-General of the Metropolitan Police Board
Natsuna is the Superintendent-General of the Metropolitan Police Board, and a closet Sailor V fan. She went to many lengths to meet Sailor V and wanted her to work side-by-side with her on the police force and she even kept a signed poster of Sailor V that she would look at when no one was in her office.
Natsuna is a fashionable woman who is often seen wearing outfits and accessories from Chanel. One colored illustration of her and the Sailor V cast showed her with long red hair.
Natsuna berates Toshio Wakagi for his constant failures in being out matched by Sailor V in stopping crimes commited by the Dark Agency and failing to capture Sailor V. However, secretly Natsuna was a serious fan of the Senshi. In Volume 10, Natsuna becomes bored of Sailor V, and becomes attached to Phantom Ace. At an idol show, she meets Minako Aino and she accidentally sees Minako transform into Sailor V. She later calls her once a week to recruit her for the police. Despite her dislike for the police, Minako and Natsuna are quite close, and Minako sees Natsuna as an older sister-like figure.
- It is unknown if she is related in anyway to Haruna Sakurada, since both share similar appearances and last names. Though it may just be a coincidence, as in two other of Naoko Takeuchi's series, characters also had the family name "Sakurada", as well as names that followed the patterns of the seasons.