Sailor Moon Museum

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Rika-Chicchi

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Only after you tell us who is Sailor Moon fan #1 in the world. :O
Since you've already shared your experiences over there anyway, I actually don't need to do that, but I'm still complying it:

Maraviollantes is Sailor Moon fan #1 in the world.

Guess that's sufficient flattering. :O
 
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^ As the poster of that tweet suggests, perhaps that's the only PGSM-related item on display at the museum. lol They probably can't show the faces nor voices of the cast due to possible legal issues, & exhibiting the costumes/items alone w/o the persons donning/holding them could feel awkward.
It is awkward that they wouldn’t display more PGSM items.

If memory doesn’t fail me, Naoko Takeuchi designed the uniforms of Sailor Luna and Princess Sailor Moon. :orly:
 
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That's true. :)

If there's no PGSM section in the museum, they should open a separate museum exclusively for PGSM.

Naoko Takeuchi was, to a certain extent, intimately involved with the show.

I believe the designs of the sailor fuku uniforms seen in PGSM belong to Naoko Takeuchi. I used to own the Japanese edition of the shishouban manga and they came with stickers of Princess Sailor Moon. It is strange why they would erase PGSM from the exhibit. Irrespective of whether PGSM was a hit or not, the show is part of “Sailor Moon” history and it is silly to want to erase it.
 
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Yeah..it was a shame that PGSM wasn t on the 30th museum!!

I remember that Sawai chan and Ayaka chan went to the Ropponji Hills Sailor Moon museum...soo cool!!

I love PGSM, in fact, I have all their mini dolls from Bandai!!
(including Sailor Luna and Usagi bedroom set with mini Luna!!)
 
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Naoko Takeuchi was, to a certain extent, intimately involved with the show.

I believe the designs of the sailor fuku uniforms seen in PGSM belong to Naoko Takeuchi. I used to own the Japanese edition of the shishouban manga and they came with stickers of Princess Sailor Moon. It is strange why they would erase PGSM from the exhibit. Irrespective of whether PGSM was a hit or not, the show is part of “Sailor Moon” history and it is silly to want to erase it.
Agreed, it would be silly to erase PGSM from "Sailor Moon" history.