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Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon, 10th Anniversary Festival: Ai no sanctuary (2002)

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(original manga), (musical story)
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Credited cast:
Marina Kuroki ...
Usagi Tsukino / Sailor Moon
Chieko Kawabe ...
Ami Mizuno / Sailor Mercury
Megumi Yoshida ...
Rei Hino / Sailor Mars
Kaori Sakata ...
Makoto Kino / Sailor Jupiter
Ayumi Murata ...
Minako Aino / Sailor Venus
Noel Miyazaki ...
Chibi Usa / Sailor Chibi Moon
Nao Takagi ...
Haruka Tenoh / Sailor Uranus
Yuhka Asami ...
Michiru Kaioh / Sailor Neptune
Yuko Hosaka ...
Meioh Setsuna / Sailor Pluto
Ayami Kakiuchi ...
Hotaru Tomoe / Sailor Saturn
Kenji Urai ...
Mamoru Chiba / Tuxedo Kamen
Ryuuji Kasahara ...
Dark Nibiru / Black Sirius Scorpion
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ado Endou ...
Dark Maya / Herself
Keiko Hanayama ...
Herself
Fumina Hara ...
Herself
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25 July 2002 (Japan)  »

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Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon, 10th Anniversary Festival: Ai no sanctuary  »

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JPY 1,000,000 (estimated)
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Ai no Sanctuary a good starting point for myu fans.
4 October 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

While not a great musical in itself, Ai No Sanctuary, the Tenth Anniversary Special of the Sailormoon Musicals, is a good introduction to how the musicals run. The cast features many fan-favorites, including Nao Takagi (Sailor Uranus), Asami Yuhka (Sailor Neptune), and Hikari Ono (Demand). The songs chosen for the musicals are some of the more popular songs, including Innocent Demand, Tuxedo Versus, FIRE, and Set Me Free ~Hitomi wa Sore He~. The story line is simple and easy to follow (not like some of the other musicals). The acting, singing, and dancing is one of the cast's best performances. If you're looking to get into the Sailormoon musicals, this is a good place to start. I would also recommend checking out some of the first stage musicals, such as Gaiden, Dark Kingdom Fukkatsu Hen, or Eien Densetsu.


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