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Princess Sailor Venus
プリンセスセーラーヴィーナス
Purinsesu Sērā Vīnasu
Pgsm princess venus
Biographical
Alignment

Moon Kingdom

Resides in

Tokyo

Occupation

Sailor Senshi

Aliases

Sailor Venus, Sailor V, Minako Aino

Associates

Artemis, the other Sailor Senshi

Personal
Gender

Female

Species

Human

Production
First Appearance

Act 12 - Sailor V's True Identity was the Princess!

Actors

Ayaka Komatsu

Princess Sailor Venus was the name given to Sailor Venus in the live-action series when masqueraded as Princess Serenity. This was done in order to protect the real princess, Sailor Moon.

Information

In Act 12 of the live-action series, she appeared before the other Inner Senshi (excluding Sailor Jupiter) as Sailor V. She removed her red mask and transformed into Princess Sailor Venus, at which point Artemis presented her as the heir to the Moon Kingdom and inheritor to the Silver Crystal. In this guise she appeared in her Sailor Venus fuku, a chain around her waist, a silver tiara on her head, and a crescent moon on her forehead. Though the tiara appeared to have the Silver Crystal set in it, in Act 20 Princess Sailor Venus revealed that she had a number of fake identical tiaras.

In Act 25, after Sailor Moon awoke as Princess Serenity, the crescent moon disappeared and was replaced by her usual tiara. After that point, she continued her duties as leader of the Inner Senshi.

Trivia

  • In the manga, the name "Princess Sailor Venus" was never used when she masqueraded as the Moon Princess. She had the crescent-moon symbol on her forehead, which disappeared when the real princess was revealed. She also did not wear the tiara on her head.

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