Top 5 Places in Tokyo for Sailor Moon Fans
Top 5 Places To Go in Tokyo For Sailor Moon Lovers
Due to Tokyo being full of sailor moon themed places and goodies, it’s great for all you sailor moon fans out there! Whether it’s places that were featured in the anime, or sailor moon merchandise shops, this article will take you through 5 of the best places in Tokyo for Sailor Moon lovers.
1. Azabu Hikawa Shrine
Azabu Hikawa Shrine was the real life inspiration for Sailor Moon’s ‘Hikawa Shrine’. Sailor Mars, also known as Rei Hino is a shrine maiden at Hikawa Shrine in the anime. This shrine can be visited in real life and is located in Minato Ward, Tokyo.
Entry Fee: Free
Access: From Shinjuku station, take the Oedo Line towards Tocho-mae. Get off at Azabu-Juban Station. The shrine is around a 10 min walk away from the station.
2. Sailor Moon Store
This Sailor Moon store, opened fairly recently in October of 2017 and is the first ever PERMANENT sailor moon store! In this shop you can buy all sorts of sailor moon goodies, whether you’re looking for sailor moon make-up to sailor moon themed food, this store has it all! This store is especially great for souvenirs to those who love Sailor Moon!
Entry Fee: Free
Access:From Shinjuku Station take the Yamanote Line to Harajuku Station. The store is located in Laforet Harajuku, which is a 5 min walk away from the station.
3.Universal Studios Japan
If you have enough time to visit USJ (Universal Studios Japan) on your trip to Japan, you’ll be able to experience the NEW 4D Sailor Moon Experience! On top of this, the park also offers tons of original merchandise and themed goods!! If you can, you have to go and experience this at USJ!
Entry Fee:check website https://www.usj.co.jp/e/ticket/
Access:USJ is located in Osaka. From Tokyo, you will have to take the Shinkansen to get there. For more info: https://www.jrailpass.com/shinkansen-bullet-trains
4. TOEI animation museum
This museum is all about the animation studio that brought Sailor moon to life. The studio also animated anime such as: Dragon Ball, PreCure and One Piece which all feature in the museum. The museum is very interactive and is great for those of all ages!!
5. Sailor Moon Restaurant
This restaurants is not yet open but will be open from August 2019, THIS MONTH! Although there has been multiple temporary sailor moon themed cafes In Tokyo in the past, there has not yet been a permanent one…until now! The restaurant will feature sailor moon themed food and drink, along with LIVE PERFORMANCES! Once this restaurant opens, you have to go there if you’re a Sailor Moon fan!
Entry Fee: 3,500 yen (Lunch) 7,500 yen (Dinner) For more info: https://sailormoon-shiningmoontokyo.com
Access:Take the Oedo Line from Shinjuku Station to Azabu-Juban Station. The restaurant is a 4 min walk from the station.