The first season of the Sailor Moon anime television series was produced by Toei Animation and directed by Junichi Sato.[1][2] It was broadcast from 7 March 1992 to 27 February 1993 on TV Asahi. The first season of the classic anime series version of Sailor Moon adapts the first arc of the Sailor Moon manga series by Naoko Takeuchi, the "Dark Kingdom" arc.[3]

Sailor Moon
Season 1
First season logo, which originally translated to Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon, and later Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon
No. of episodes46
Original networkTV Asahi
Original releaseMarch 7, 1992 (1992-03-07) –
February 27, 1993 (1993-02-27)
Season chronology
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List of episodes

It follows the adventures of Usagi Tsukino and her friends. After the magical cat Luna reveals Usagi's true identity as the titular character, Usagi fights to protect the Earth from the Dark Kingdom, who previously destroyed the ancient Moon Kingdom.

In the 1993 favorite episode listings for Animage, "Loved and Chased! Luna's Worst Day Ever" came in first place, with "Naru's Cry! Nephrite Dies for Love" coming in third place, "The Sparkling Silver Crystal! The Moon Princess Appears" coming in sixth place, "Memories Return! Usagi and Mamoru's Past" coming in ninth place and "Love for Ami?! A Boy Who Can Predict the Future" coming in eleventh place.[4] The following year, the two-part series finale "The Sailor Warriors Die! The Tragic Final Battle" and "Usagi's Everlasting Wish! A New Reincarnation" took first and second place respectively.[5] Eight DVD compilations were released in Japan between May 21 and July 21, 2002,[6][7] and the series was later released in a remastered edition in two box-sets from December 11, 2009 to January 21, 2010.[8][9]

In the English language adaptation of the series by former licensee DIC Entertainment, the season was cut down to 40 episodes and also added an ending segment, "Sailor Says," to teach a moral based on the story that had just been shown.[10][11][12] The episodes were first broadcast on YTV in Canada from 28 August to 24 October 1995, and later had its first-run syndication in the United States from 11 September to 3 November 1995. On June 1, 1998, reruns of the series began airing on Cartoon Network's weekday afternoon programming block, Toonami. Due to the ratings success of these reruns, the remaining seventeen episodes (promoted as "The Lost Episodes") also began airing on November 30. In 1999, Cloverway Inc. once again contracted Optimum Productions to produce English-language adaptations of Sailor Moon S and SuperS with Pioneer Entertainment handling home video distribution. This dub featured less censorship and was first broadcast on YTV in Canada and later on Toonami in the United States. The dub finished airing on Toonami on September 13, 2002.[13] The first season was later released by ADV Films in a subtitle-only DVD box set in 2003. Eventually, on May 16, 2014, the season was re-licensed for an updated English-language release by Viz Media and they released the season in two uncut DVD and Blu-ray compilations on 11 November 2014 and 10 February 2015 for parts one and two respectively. Hulu began streaming the series in the United States on 19 May 2014, with Tubi TV following suit in Canada on 15 July 2016. On May 31, 2024, Adult Swim began airing the uncut Viz Media English dub as part of its Toonami Rewind block, marking the first broadcast of Sailor Moon on American television in 23 years, also showing episodes previously unaired in the country.

The score was composed by Takanori Arisawa. Three pieces of theme music are used for the episodes; one opening theme and two closing themes. The opening theme for the whole season is "Moonlight Densetsu" performed by the idol group DALI.[14] "Heart Moving", performed by Misae Takamatsu of Sakura Sakura, is used as the ending theme for the first 26 episodes,[14] and "Princess Moon", performed by Ushio Hashimoto, is used for the remainder of the season.[15] DIC Entertainment made an English-language version of the Japanese opening theme for its adaptation.[16]

Several video games were released to promote the first season of the original Sailor Moon. On 18 December 1992, Angel (a subsidiary company of Bandai), published Sailor Moon for Game Boy, and on 27 August 1993, published Sailor Moon for Super Nintendo Entertainment System.[17] Also in 1993, Black HCS developed and published a beat 'em up video game called Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon: Kessen Dark Kingdom for Sharp X68000.[18] In 1995, Gazelle developed the arcade game Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon, which was published by Banpresto.[19]


Orig.DiCNo. in
DiC title
Original Japanese & Viz titles[20]
Directed byWritten byArt directed byAnimation directed byOriginal air date [20]English air date
111"A Moon Star is Born"
"The Crybaby: Usagi's Beautiful Transformation"
Transliteration: "Nakimushi Usagi no Karei naru Henshin" (Japanese: 泣き虫うさぎの華麗なる変身)
Junichi SatoSukehiro TomitaYoshiyuki ShikanoHiromi MatsushitaMarch 7, 1992 (1992-03-07)August 28, 1995
One day, a 14-year-old middle school underachiever named Usagi Tsukino saves a cat from being harassed by the little boys while running late to school. After school, she and her friend Naru Osaka visit a local jewelry store owned by her mother. Usagi encounters Mamoru Chiba and meets up with Motoki Furuhata before returning home, being lectured by her mother Ikuko for her failing grades. Later, the cat Usagi encountered earlier reveals herself as Luna and tells Usagi to search for the princess and destroy evil and gets her to transform into Sailor Moon. Usagi then hears Naru in distress when attacked by the monster Morga, who impersonated Naru's mother to sell cursed jewelry designed to extract energy from the wearers. Sailor Moon arrives, only to be attacked by the buyers whom Morga is controlling as a masked stranger wearing a tuxedo intervenes. Usagi weakens Morga with her cries, allowing her to use the Moon Tiara Action technique on Morga, killing her and restoring the girls to normal. Before departing, the stranger reveals himself to be Tuxedo Mask.
22"Punishment Awaits! The House of Fortune is the Monster Mansion"
Transliteration: "Oshioki yo! Uranai Hausu wa Yōma no Yakata" (Japanese: おしおきよ! 占いハウスは妖魔の館)
Takao YoshizawaShigeru YanagikawaYoshiyuki ShikanoKatsuji MatsumotoMarch 14, 1992 (1992-03-14)June 7, 2024[a]
Having failed his previous mission, Jadeite informs Queen Beryl, the leader of the Dark Kingdom, that he is using another plan, this time involving fortune telling. Meanwhile, Usagi's classmate Gurio Umino is smitten with her. After confessing that he wants to go on a date, Naru has him consult a fortune teller but he decides to go to the House of Fortune. Luna tells Usagi to go to a fortune teller, in an attempt to check that Motoki is an admirer of her but decides to go to the House of Fortune. However, Umino and some of the other students are hypnotized by the tarot cards and cause trouble at school the next day. Realizing that the students were being hypnotized from the House of Fortune, Luna and Usagi infiltrate the house and encounter Balm, a monster disguised as the fortune teller. Balm orders her hypnotized subjects to attack Usagi, but Tuxedo Mask distracts her and, with his encouragement, Usagi kills Balm, returning the customers to normal.
323"Talk Radio"
"The Mysterious Sleeping Sickness: Protect the Girls in Love"
Transliteration: "Nazo no Nemuribyō, Mamore Otome no Koisuru Kokoro" (Japanese: 謎のねむり病、守れ乙女の恋する心)
Kazuhisa TakenouchiKatsuyuki SumisawaMinoru ŌkōchiKunihiko NatsumeMarch 21, 1992 (1992-03-21)August 29, 1995
Jadeite has a new plan to gather energy from humans: together with Morgana, he creates a late-night radio show called "Line to the Heart." Homeroom teacher Haruna Sakurada and Naru submit love-letters to the radio show, and they receive a pin that absorbs their energy. When they fall into a coma-like sleep, Usagi must investigate the radio station undercover. Luna gives Usagi a new accessory, a "Transformation Pen" to transform into any kind of professional. When she transforms into a radio host she confronts Jadeite. It is the first time they meet face to face. She eventually becomes Sailor Moon and defeats Morgana; An angry Jadeite tries to finish her off but Tuxedo Mask gets in the way, forcing him to leave.
434"Slim City"
"Learn How to Be Skinny from Usagi"
Transliteration: "Usagi ga Oshiemasu! Surimu ni naru Hō" (Japanese: うさぎが教えます! スリムになる法)
Harume KosakaSukehiro TomitaYoshiyuki ShikanoKiyoshi MatsumotoMarch 28, 1992 (1992-03-28)August 30, 1995
Usagi gains a couple of pounds and starts to obsess about her weight. Jadeite starts a health club to drain energy out of people through a dubious advertising campaign and strange methods. Weak from not eating since the night before, Usagi is about to pass out when Motoki Furuhata, a video arcade who works at the Crown Game Center, finds her and offers to help. Usagi and her friends sign up after seeing how much weight Ms. Haruna has lost. Luna suspects that Miss. Haruna Sakurada has fallen victim to the enemy and tries to convince a resigned Usagi to transform and help her. Usagi discovers tanks in the basement which are sucking the life energy out of her friends.
55"Scent of a Monster! Chanela Will Steal Your Love"
Transliteration: "Yōma no Kaori! Shanēra wa ai o Nusumu" (Japanese: 妖魔の香り! シャネーラは愛を盗む)
Yūji EndōShigeru YanagikawaKenichi TajiriIkuko ItōApril 11, 1992 (1992-04-11)June 28, 2024[a]
Usagi wants her family to accept Luna as a "pet," but her brother Shingo is afraid of cats. At a pet shop, he discovers a hypnotic creature called a Chanela and loses all interest in anything else. Usagi tells Luna that she must make an effort to get Shingo to accept her, however, she fails in the attempt. Realizing that her brother and other people have a strong obsession with Chanela, Usagi tries to investigate the pet shop, but ends up being manipulated by a Chanela. Luna makes her react by snatching the Chanela from her hands.
66"Protect the Melody of Love: Usagi Plays Cupid"
Transliteration: "Mamore Koi no Kyoku! Usagi wa Kyūpiddo" (Japanese: 守れ恋の曲! うさぎはキューピッド)
Kunihiko IkuharaKatsuyuki SumisawaYoshiyuki ShikanoKazuko TadanoApril 18, 1992 (1992-04-18)July 5, 2024[a]
Jadeite creates a cassette tape that can drain life energy, but the monster Kyurene he gives it to promptly loses it. It ends up in the possession of a jazz pianist and composer named Yusuke Amade, and Usagi must disguise herself as an adult to protect him. Jadeite gives Kyurene an ultimatum to retrieve the tapes with negative subliminal waves and spread it through a radio station. The monster takes the tape from Yusuke Amade and Usagi interrupts him when he tries to kill him. They follow the monster to the radio station and Usagi transforms into Sailor Moon to fight.
747"So You Want to Be a Superstar"
"Usagi Learns Her Lesson: Becoming a Star is Hard Work"
Transliteration: "Usagi Hansei! Sutā no Michi wa Kibishī" (Japanese: うさぎ反省! スターの道はきびしい)
Junichi SatoShigeru YanagikawaMinoru ŌkōchiKatsuji MatsumotoApril 25, 1992 (1992-04-25)August 31, 1995
By making a monster possess a human celebrity, Jadeite draws a huge crowd of would-be superstars. Usagi tries to juggle her duties as Sailor Moon with her desire to be popular and famous.
858"Computer School Blues"
"The Girl Genius is a Monster: The Brainwashing Cram School of Horror"
Transliteration: "Tensai Shōjo wa Yōmana no? Kyōfu no Sen'nō Juku" (Japanese: 天才少女は妖魔なの? 恐怖の洗脳塾)
Junichi SatoSukehiro TomitaKenichi TajiriKunihiko NatsumeMay 2, 1992 (1992-05-02)September 1, 1995
Luna senses a strange aura around Usagi's genius classmate, Ami Mizuno, and thinks she might be a Dark Kingdom spy. Ami Mizuno is a very intelligent, reserved girl who is often seen alone at school. With the conviction that she help her to be more intelligent, Usagi befriends the girl and invites her to the game center. Ami leaves a floppy disk in the game center, Luna and Usagi realize it's an artifact from the Dark Kingdom and mistake her for an enemy. But she understands later that Ami Mizuno is Sailor Mercury, a Sailor Guardian as Sailor Moon, and their duties are the same.
969"Time Bomb"
"Usagi's Disaster: Beware of the Clock of Confusion"
Transliteration: "Usagi no Sainan! Awate Tokei ni Goyōshin" (Japanese: うさぎの災難! あわて時計にご用心)
Harume KosakaKatsuyuki SumisawaKazuyuki HashimotoAkira NakamuraMay 9, 1992 (1992-05-09)September 6, 1995
Jadeite's new plan is to make humans work harder to increase their energy output with the help of Ramua, a monster that can manipulate time. Usagi's mom buys a new clock for her that drains her energy; Ami, now awakened as Sailor Mercury, helps Luna investigate. When Sailor Moon and Sailor Mercury meet they confront Ramua and Tuxedo Mask helps them defeat her by undoing the time spell with a rose.
10710"An Uncharmed Life"
"The Cursed Bus: Enter Mars, the Guardian of Fire"
Transliteration: "Norowareta Basu! Honō no Senshi Māzu Tōjō" (Japanese: 呪われたバス! 炎の戦士マーズ登場)
Kazuhisa TakenouchiSukehiro TomitaYoshiyuki ShikanoKiyoshi MatsumotoMay 16, 1992 (1992-05-16)September 7, 1995
Queen Beryl warns Jadeite to stop making mistakes. Under this order, Jadeite disguises herself as a servant in the Hikawa Shrine to use her evil powers and manipulate the girls into using a bus that takes them to another dimension. Loaded buses are disappearing near Hikawa Shrine, and most of Usagi's peers suspect that Rei Hino, a mysterious shrine miko with strange psychic abilities, has something to do with it. The police also suspect the owners of the Hikawa Shrine because the people who visit the shrine are the same ones who disappear on the bus. Jadeite sends Rei to another dimension after discovering that he is the real culprit of the missing girls. Luna wonders if she might be the moon princess, but it is later revealed that she is another Guardian, Sailor Mars.
11811"Nightmare in Dreamland"
"Usagi vs. Rei: Nightmare in Dream Land"
Transliteration: "Usagi to Rei Taiketsu? Yume Rando no Akumu" (Japanese: うさぎとレイ対決? 夢ランドの悪夢)
Kunihiko IkuharaShigeru YanagikawaMinoru ŌkōchiMasahiro AndoMay 23, 1992 (1992-05-23)September 8, 1995
Luna meets with Usagi, Ami and Rei in the Hikawa Shrine to remind them of their mission as Guardians. Usagi and Rei begin their combative friendship. Queen Beryl is increasingly furious with Jadeite for his repeated failures; he starts up a theme park, but the general public notices the large number of disappearances. With the help of the monster Murido, known in the park as the "Princess of Dreams," who absorbs people's energy through an apple, Jedite gathers a lot of energy. Mamoru also investigates the case and meets Usagi and Rei, who tells him that he looks like Tuxedo Mask.
12912"Cruise Blues"
"I Want a Boyfriend: The Luxury Cruise Ship is a Trap"
Transliteration: "Watashi Datte Kare ga Hoshī! Gōkasen no Wana" (Japanese: 私だって彼が欲しい! 豪華船のワナ)
Yūji EndōKatsuyuki SumisawaKenichi TajiriKazuko TadanoMay 30, 1992 (1992-05-30)September 11, 1995
Thetis, one of Queen Beryl's monsters offers to help Jadeite with his wicked plans with a luxury cruise enchanted by her powers. Rei wins tickets on the cruise ship and, since she has no boyfriend, asks Ami to accompany her. A jealous Usagi disguised as a photographer sneaks aboard after them.
131013"Fight to the Finish"
"Girls Unite: The End of Jadeite"
Transliteration: "On'nanoko wa Danketsu yo! Jedaito no Saigo" (Japanese: 女の子は団結よ! ジェダイトの最期)
Harume KosakaSukehiro TomitaKazuyuki HashimotoAkira NakamuraJune 6, 1992 (1992-06-06)September 12, 1995
Queen Beryl gives Jadeite an ultimatum for making too many mistakes and have allowed three Sailor Guardians to gather. Threatened with receive the punishment of "eternal sleep" if he fails again, Jadeite uses an illusion in the sky to threaten the Sailor Guardians by daring them to come to the airport for a final fight. Usagi continues to be romantically infatuated with both Motoki Furuhata and Tuxedo Mask. The media begin to spread the news of Jadeite's illusion in the sky, calling it a "magic trick," but they guard the airport in case some catastrophe occurs. Jadeite puts the policemen to sleep and exchange them for other mud facts. Sailor Moon, Sailor Mercury and Sailor Mars are confronted by a Jadeite who makes fun of them for being women, but Tuxedo Mask appears and begins to fight him, although only for a short time, because he sinks into the sea. The Sailor Guardians join forces and fight Jadeite.
141114"Match Point for Sailor Moon"
"A New Enemy Appears: Nephrite's Evil Crest"
Transliteration: "Arata naru Kyōteki, Nefuraito ma no Monshō" (Japanese: 新たなる強敵、ネフライト魔の紋章)
Junichi SatoShigeru YanagikawaYoshiyuki ShikanoHisashi KagawaJune 13, 1992 (1992-06-13)September 13, 1995
Nephrite, the second of the Four Kings of Heaven, takes over as Beryl's main energy gatherer. He plans to gather more strength and power from individual humans at their strongest, rather than from groups, and starts by targeting Rue, a Naru's childhood friend, a tennis player. He disguise as "Masato Sanjouin," a wealthy businessman and socialite. Usagi and Naru are excited when they see Masato Sanjouin arrive at the sports club, where he intervenes in a match to manipulate Rue through the racket. Luna discovers the identity of the enemy: the Dark Kingdom.
151215"An Unnatural Phenomena"
"Usagi's Panic: Rei's First Date"
Transliteration: "Usagi Aseru! Rei-chan Hatsu Dēto" (Japanese: うさぎアセる! レイちゃん初デート)
Kunihiko IkuharaKatsuyuki SumisawaMinoru ŌkōchiKiyoshi MatsumotoJune 20, 1992 (1992-06-20)September 14, 1995
Ami takes Usagi and Rei to see a park, and the person in charge of taking care of it tells them that it will soon be converted into an office building. Usagi finally learns Mamoru's name, and which he is a university student, and, to her aggravation (and supposed jealousy), Rei decides to date him. Meanwhile, Nephrite targets the caretaker of a park, and Rei suggests a similarity between Mamoru and Tuxedo Mask.
161316"Wedding Day Blues"
"A Girl's Dream: Usagi Becomes a Bride"
Transliteration: "Junpaku Doresu no Yume! Usagi Hanayome ni naru" (Japanese: 純白ドレスの夢! うさぎ花嫁になる)
Kazuhisa TakenouchiMegumi SugiharaKenichi TajiriMasahiro AndoJune 27, 1992 (1992-06-27)September 15, 1995
Usagi's home economics teacher is getting married, and she and Rei become obsessed with a contest for handmade wedding dresses. Nephrite implants a monster in some fabric purchased by the bride-to-be.
171417"Shutter Bugged"
"Usagi's a Model: The Flash of the Monster Camera"
Transliteration: "Moderu wa Usagi? Yōma Kamera no Nessha" (Japanese: モデルはうさぎ? 妖魔カメラの熱写)
Yūji EndōSukehiro TomitaKazuyuki HashimotoKazuko TadanoJuly 4, 1992 (1992-07-04)September 18, 1995
A student from Rei's school is an expert photographer. She and others try to become models to attract fame and fortune, but the boy and his camera are under the influence of the Dark Kingdom.
181518"Dangerous Dollies"
"Shingo's Love: The Grieving Doll"
Transliteration: "Shingo no Junjō! Kanashimi no Furansu Ningyō" (Japanese: 進悟の純情! 哀しみのフランス人形)
Harume KosakaShigeru YanagikawaYoshiyuki ShikanoIkuko ItōJuly 11, 1992 (1992-07-11)September 19, 1995
Zoisite suggests that Nephrite needs his help, but the latter refuses, angering Queen Beryl. Shingo's friend is targeted for her ability to make beautiful dolls. Sailor Moon becomes an increasingly popular super-heroine.
191619"Who is That Masked Man?"
"Usagi's Joy: A Love Letter from Tuxedo Mask"
Transliteration: "Usagi Kangeki! Takishīdo Kamen no Koibumi" (Japanese: うさぎ感激! タキシード仮面の恋文)
Takao YoshizawaSukehiro TomitaMinoru ŌkōchiAkira NakamuraJuly 25, 1992 (1992-07-25)September 20, 1995
Nephrite takes advantage of Sailor Moon's romantic attraction to Tuxedo Mask by sending love letters to Usagi and her classmates. Naru falls in love with him in his civilian disguise, allowing him to drain a large amount of her life-force energy.
2020"The Summer, the Beach, Youth and Ghosts"
Transliteration: "Natsu yo Umi yo Seishun yo! Omake ni Yūrei mo yo" (Japanese: 夏よ海よ青春よ! おまけに幽霊もよ)
Kazuhisa TakenouchiMegumi SugiharaKenichi TajiriHisashi KagawaAugust 1, 1992 (1992-08-01)
Usagi and her friends go to the beach, where they stay in a hotel run by people who look like film monsters. There, they encounter a ghostly presence and a little girl with psychic powers.
211721"An Animated Mess"
"Protect the Children's Dreams: Friendship Through Anime"
Transliteration: "Kodomodachi no Yume Mamore! Anime ni Musubu Yūjō" (Japanese: 子供達の夢守れ! アニメに結ぶ友情)
Kunihiko IkuharaKatsuyuki SumisawaKazuyuki HashimotoHiromi Matsushita
& Kazuko Tadano
August 8, 1992 (1992-08-08)September 21, 1995
Nephrite targets one of the animators of an upcoming Sailor V film, who is driven by jealousy of her best friend. The Guardians investigate, but Usagi and Rei are distracted by the excitement of the anime studio.
221822"Worth a Princess' Ransom"
"Romance Under the Moon: Usagi's First Kiss"
Transliteration: "Gekka no Romansu! Usagi no Hatsu Kissu" (Japanese: 月下のロマンス! うさぎの初キッス)
Yūji EndōSukehiro TomitaYoshiyuki ShikanoKiyoshi MatsumotoAugust 15, 1992 (1992-08-15)September 22, 1995
Luna and Beryl wonder if a visiting princess could be the one the Guardians have been looking for. Mamoru dreams he is Tuxedo Mask and a girl is asking him for the Silver Crystal. At the ball, Usagi accidentally drinks wine and experiences her first kiss by Tuxedo Mask.
231923"Molly's Folly"
"Wish Upon a Star: Naru's First Love"
Transliteration: "Nagare Hoshi ni Negai wo! Naru-chan no Jun'ai" (Japanese: 流れ星に願いを! なるちゃんの純愛)
Harume KosakaShigeru YanagikawaYoshiyuki ShikanoMasahiro AndoAugust 22, 1992 (1992-08-22)September 25, 1995
Nephrite creates a crystal that will guide him to the Silver Crystal. Usagi tries to tell Naru that the man she loves is Nephrite in disguise, but Naru does not believe her, saying Usagi's jealous. Nephrite convinces Naru to steal a crystal from her mother and bring it to him.
242024"A Friend in Wolf's Clothing"
"Naru's Tears: Nephrite Dies for Love"
Transliteration: "Naru-chan Gōkyū! Nefuraito Ai no Shi" (Japanese: なるちゃん号泣! ネフライト愛の死)
Junichi Sato &
Takuya Igarashi
Sukehiro TomitaMinoru ŌkōchiIkuko ItōAugust 29, 1992 (1992-08-29)September 26, 1995
Nephrite continues to investigate Naru, not understanding that his crystal is sensing her love for him. Zoisite deduces the truth and orchestrates Naru's kidnapping to entrap Nephrite, ultimately resulting in Nephrite's death.
252125"Jupiter Comes Thundering In"
"Jupiter, the Powerful Girl in Love"
Transliteration: "Koisuru Kairiki Shōjo, Jupitā-chan" (Japanese: 恋する怪力少女、ジュピターちゃん)
Kazuhisa TakenouchiShigeru YanagikawaKenichi TajiriHisashi KagawaSeptember 5, 1992 (1992-09-05)September 27, 1995
Queen Beryl partially awakens the evil entity Queen Metalia before giving Zoisite his mission to find the human reincarnations of Seven Great Monsters to acquire their Rainbow Crystals, fragments of the Silver Crystal. Meanwhile, the tomboyish Makoto Kino transfers into Usagi's school and quickly falls for a crane-game whiz at the arcade who Zoisite targets. Makoto is revealed to be Sailor Jupiter.
262226"The Power of Friendship"
"Restore Naru's Smile: Usagi's Friendship"
Transliteration: "Naru-chan ni Egao o! Usagi no Yūjō" (Japanese: なるちゃんに笑顔を! うさぎの友情)
Kunihiko IkuharaSukehiro TomitaKazuyuki HashimotoAkira NakamuraSeptember 12, 1992 (1992-09-12)September 28, 1995
Naru is still very depressed about Nephrite, so Usagi and Umino take her to Yokohama to have fun. There, a kindly priest is attacked by Zoisite. Mamoru realizes that he is Tuxedo Mask, and drops a locket on the ground, where Usagi finds it.
272327"Mercury's Mental Match"
"Crushing on Ami: The Boy Who Can See the Future"
Transliteration: "Ami-chan e no Koi!? Mirai Yochi no Shōnen" (Japanese: 亜美ちゃんへの恋!? 未来予知の少年)
Takao YoshizawaKatsuyuki SumisawaYoshiyuki ShikanoMasahiro AndoOctober 10, 1992 (1992-10-10)September 29, 1995
Ami is bested in a school test by another student named Ryo Urawa, who can foresee the future and who has a crush on her. He also already knows that he is one of the Rainbow Crystal holders.
282428"An Artful Attack"
"The Painting of Love: Usagi and Mamoru Get Closer"
Transliteration: "Koi no Irasuto, Usagi to Mamoru ga Sekkin?" (Japanese: 恋のイラスト、うさぎと衛が接近?)
Yūji EndōMegumi SugiharaMinoru ŌkōchiKazuko TadanoOctober 17, 1992 (1992-10-17)October 2, 1995
An artist asks a reluctant Usagi and Mamoru to model for one of her romantic love paintings. They encourage her to be less of a recluse. In battle, Sailor Moon learns that the locket she found belonged to Tuxedo Mask.
292529"Too Many Girlfriends"
"Total Chaos: The Messy Love Rectangle"
Transliteration: "Daikonsen! Guchagucha Koi no Shikaku Kankei" (Japanese: 大混線! グチャグチャ恋の四角関係)
Harume KosakaShigeru YanagikawaKenichi TajiriKiyoshi MatsumotoOctober 24, 1992 (1992-10-24)October 3, 1995
Makoto, like Usagi, develops a huge romantic crush on Motoki. The two decide to pursue him simultaneously, even after finding out that he has a girlfriend named Reika Nishimura, who, meanwhile, is targeted by Zoisite and Kunzite.
302630"Grandpa's Follies"
"Grandpa Loses Control: Rei in Danger"
Transliteration: "Ojī-chan Ranshin, Rei-chan no Kiki" (Japanese: お爺ちゃん乱心、レイちゃんの危機)
Kazuhisa TakenouchiSukehiro TomitaKazuyuki HashimotoAkira NakamuraOctober 31, 1992 (1992-10-31)October 4, 1995
Zoisite aggravates the Rainbow Crystal inside Rei's grandfather, who becomes hyperactive and unstable. A young man, Yūichirō Kumada, wanders into the shrine, falls in love with Rei, and asks to work there.
312731"Kitty Chaos"
"Love and Chased: Luna's Worst Day Ever"
Transliteration: "Koisarete Owarete! Runa no Saiaku no Hi" (Japanese: 恋されて追われて! ルナの最悪の日)
Kunihiko IkuharaKatsuyuki SumisawaYoshiyuki ShikanoIkuko ItōNovember 7, 1992 (1992-11-07)October 5, 1995
Luna becomes the object of a very fat ordinary cat's attentions. Both Zoisite and the Sailor Guardians detect traces of the last Rainbow Crystal around the home of this cat's owner and investigate with unexpecting results.
322832"Tuxedo Melvin"
"Umino's Resolve: I'll Protect Naru"
Transliteration: "Umino no Kesshin! Naru-chan wa Boku ga Mamoru" (Japanese: 海野の決心! なるちゃんは僕が守る)
Takao YoshizawaShigeru YanagikawaMinoru ŌkōchiHisashi KagawaNovember 14, 1992 (1992-11-14)October 6, 1995
Luna reveals that she is from the moon, and so is the princess the guardians are looking for. Umino, having been told that Tuxedo Mask is attractive, adopts a similar persona in order to protect, and thereby woo, Naru.
332933"Sailor V Makes the Scene"
"Enter Venus, the Last Sailor Guardian"
Transliteration: "Saigo no Sērā Senshi, Vīnasu Tōjō" (Japanese: 最後のセーラー戦士、ヴィーナス登場)
Yūji EndōMegumi SugiharaKenichi TajiriMasahiro AndoNovember 21, 1992 (1992-11-21)October 9, 1995
Zoisite disguises himself as Sailor Moon in order to lure Tuxedo Mask and the guardians out into the open, where they are attacked by Kunzite. The Dark Kingdom injures Tuxedo Mask's identity, but they are foiled by the appearance of Sailor Venus.
343034"A Crystal Clear Destiny"
"The Shining Silver Crystal: The Moon Princess Appears"
Transliteration: "Hikari Kagayaku Ginsuishō! Tsuki no Purinsesu Tōjō" (Japanese: 光輝く銀水晶! 月のプリンセス登場)
Harume KosakaKatsuyuki SumisawaKazuyuki HashimotoKazuko TadanoNovember 28, 1992 (1992-11-28)October 10, 1995
The new guardian, Sailor Venus, is also schoolgirl Minako Aino, accompanied by Artemis, a male white cat who also has the ability to speak. Forbidden by Queen Beryl to kill Tuxedo Mask, Zoisite challenges him to duel for the Rainbow Crystals. Usagi follows him, and they are forced to reveal their identities to each other.
353135"A Reluctant Princess"
"Returning Memories: Usagi and Mamoru's Past"
Transliteration: "Yomigaeru Kioku! Usagi to Mamoru no Kako" (Japanese: よみがえる記憶! うさぎと衛の過去)
Takuya IgarashiKatsuyuki SumisawaYoshiyuki ShikanoAkira NakamuraDecember 5, 1992 (1992-12-05)October 11, 1995
Usagi and Mamoru remember their former lives as Princess Serenity and Prince Endymion. The Dark Kingdom kidnaps the injured Mamoru, but Beryl executes Zoisite for his attempt to kill him with Kunzite remaining by Zoisite's side in his final moments. Luna and Artemis tell the Guardians about their tragic past.
363236"Bad Hair Day"
"Usagi's Confusion: Is Tuxedo Mask Evil?"
Transliteration: "Usagi Konran! Takishīdo Kamen wa Aku?" (Japanese: うさぎ混乱! タキシード仮面は悪?)
Kunihiko IkuharaSukehiro TomitaMinoru ŌkōchiKiyoshi MatsumotoDecember 12, 1992 (1992-12-12)October 12, 1995
Minako takes a depressed Usagi to the hairdresser to cheer her up. There they are attacked by a monster who is convinced that Minako is Sailor Moon. Tuxedo Mask appears, alive and whole, but addresses himself as Endymion and appeared to be fighting for the Dark Kingdom.
373337"Little Miss Manners"
"Let's Become a Princess: Usagi's Bizarre Training"
Transliteration: "Mezase Purinsesu? Usagi no Chin Tokkun" (Japanese: めざせプリンセス? うさぎの珍特訓)
Hiromichi MatanoShigeru YanagikawaKenichi TajiriIkuko ItōDecember 19, 1992 (1992-12-19)October 13, 1995
Usagi daydreams of her past and enrolls in a special seminar to become more like a princess. Kunzite and the evil Endymion argue about which is more important: obtaining the Silver Crystal or killing Sailor Moon.
383438"Ski Bunny Blues"
"The Snow, the Mountains, Friendship and Monsters"
Transliteration: "Yuki yo Yama yo Yūjō yo! Yappari Yōma mo yo" (Japanese: 雪よ山よ友情よ! やっぱり妖魔もよ)
Takao YoshizawaKatsuyuki SumisawaKazuyuki HashimotoHisashi KagawaDecember 26, 1992 (1992-12-26)October 16, 1995
Yūichirō takes the girls to a ski resort, where they enter a "Moon Princess" contest. Rei and Usagi, targeted by a monster, take the opportunity to reaffirm their friendship. Tuxedo Mask continues to fight against them.
393539"Ice Princess"
"Paired with a Monster: Mako, the Ice Skating Queen"
Transliteration: "Yōma to Pea!? Hikami no Joō Mako-chan" (Japanese: 妖魔とペア!? 氷上の女王まこちゃん)
Kazuhisa TakenouchiMegumi SugiharaYoshiyuki ShikanoKazuko TadanoJanuary 9, 1993 (1993-01-09)October 17, 1995
Discovering that the Moon Princess was once known for her graceful ice skating, Kunzite tries to use this information to trap Sailor Moon. The best skater among the girls, however, turns out to be Makoto. Tuxedo Mask appears to help them, but only works against Kunzite because he does not want to involve bystanders.
403640"Last Resort"
"The Legendary Lake Yokai: The Bond of Usagi's Family"
Transliteration: "Mizūmi no Densetsu Yōkai! Usagi Kazoku no Kizuna" (Japanese: 湖の伝説妖怪! うさぎ家族のきずな)
Harume KosakaMegumi SugiharaMinoru ŌkōchiMasahiro AndoJanuary 16, 1993 (1993-01-16)October 18, 1995
Usagi and her family go on vacation at a hot springs, where legend holds that a terrible monster was once defeated. Endymion revives the monster, but regrets his action upon discovering that it is not a monster.
413741"Tuxedo Unmasked"
"I Won't Run Away from Love Anymore: Ami vs. Mamoru"
Transliteration: "Mō Koi kara Nigenai! Ami to Mamoru Taiketsu" (Japanese: もう恋から逃げない! 亜美と衛対決)
Yūji EndōKatsuyuki SumisawaKenichi TajiriAkira NakamuraJanuary 23, 1993 (1993-01-23)October 19, 1995
Queen Beryl orders Endymion to capture the form holders of the Rainbow Crystals, intending to reawaken the Seven Great Monster and combine them into one huge monster to wipe out the Sailor Guardians. Ami is determined to protect Urawa while Sailor Moon tries to heal Endymion.
4242"Sailor Venus' Past: Minako's Tragic Love"
Transliteration: "Sērā Vīnasu no Kako, Minako no Hiren" (Japanese: Sセーラーヴィーナスの過去、美奈子の悲恋)
Takuya IgarashiSukehiro TomitaKazuyuki HashimotoKiyoshi MatsumotoJanuary 30, 1993 (1993-01-30)
The Guardians look for an entrance to the Dark Kingdom, where Metalia will soon be awakened. Kunzite decides to try to get at Sailor V and attacks a woman Minako had been good friends with in England.
433843"Fractious Friends"
"Usagi Abandoned: The Falling-Out of the Sailor Guardians"
Transliteration: "Usagi ga Koritsu? Sērā Senshi-tachi no Dai Genka" (Japanese: うさぎが孤立? Sセーラー戦士達の大ゲンカ)
Kazuhisa TakenouchiShigeru YanagikawaYoshiyuki ShikanoKatsumi TamegaiFebruary 6, 1993 (1993-02-06)October 20, 1995
The Sailor Guardians stage a breakup, trying to make it look as though Sailor Moon has defected so that she can infiltrate the Dark Kingdom and save Endymion. She and Sailor Mars find it a little too easy to fight.
443944"The Past Returns"
"Usagi's Awakening: A Message from the Distant Past"
Transliteration: "Usagi no Kakusei! Chō Kako no Messēji" (Japanese: うさぎの覚醒! 超過去のメッセージ)
Takao YoshizawaSukehiro TomitaMinoru ŌkōchiHisashi KagawaFebruary 13, 1993 (1993-02-13)October 23, 1995
A blast of energy sends the Guardians to the ruined Moon Kingdom, where they meet a hologram of Queen Serenity and learn about their past. Luna and Artemis find the entrance to the Dark Kingdom. Kunzite attacks, but is finally defeated by Sailor Moon.
4540a45"Day of Destiny"
"Death of the Sailor Guardians: The Tragic Final Battle"
Transliteration: "Sērā Senshi Shisu! Hisō naru Saishūsen" (Japanese: セーラー戦士死す! 悲壮なる最終戦)
Kōnosuke UdaShigeru YanagikawaKenichi TajiriIkuko ItōFebruary 20, 1993 (1993-02-20)
The Sailor Guardians travel to D-Point to fight Queen Beryl where they face their toughest monsters yet, the DD Girls, with Sailor Moon heartbroken over her friends sacrificing themselves so she can proceed into the Dark Kingdom.
4640b46"Day of Destiny"
"Usagi's Eternal Wish: A Brand New Life"
Transliteration: "Usagi no Omoi wa Eien ni! Atarashiki Tensei" (Japanese: うさぎの想いは永遠に! 新しき転生)
Kunihiko IkuharaSukehiro TomitaKazuyuki HashimotoKazuko TadanoFebruary 27, 1993 (1993-02-27)
With her friends dead, Sailor Moon is transported inside the Dark Kingdom to face Queen Beryl and the brainwashed Prince Endymion. Though Usagi is trying to use Moon Healing Escaltation on Endymion, but it failed, then she tries to use Moon Tiara Action on Endymion, but it failed, and her only hope is to show a Moon Star Locket to heal Endymion. After that, Queen Beryl is so angry that she tries to kill both Endymion and Sailor Moon when he's fatally wounded by shards of glass, the dying Beryl is possessed by Queen Metalia who turns her host into a giant monster that Sailor Moon fights in her Princess Serenity incarnation. With the spirits of the Inner Guardians by her side, Princess Serenity defeats Queen Beryl and destroys all traces of Metalia at the cost of her own life. But the Silver Crystal resonates with Usagi's dying thoughts, reviving everyone with their memories altered so they can all live normal lives. Only Artemis and Luna retained memories of the events.

Home media release



Toei Video (Japan, VHS)
Volume Episodes Release date Ref.
美少女戦士セーラームーン 1 1–4 December 18, 1992 [21]
2 5–8 March 25, 1993 [22]
3 9–12 July 25, 1993 [23]
4 13–16 August 25, 1993 [24]
5 17–20 November 25, 1993 [25]
6 21–24 December 17, 1993 [26]
7 25–28 January 25, 1994 [27]
8 29–32 February 25, 1994 [28]
9 33–36 March 21, 1994 [29]
10 37–40 April 21, 1994 [30]
11 41–44 May 21, 1994 [31]
12 45–46 June 21, 1994 [32]
Toei Video (Japan, Region 2 DVD)
Volume Episodes Release date Ref.
美少女戦士セーラームーン 1 1–6 May 21, 2002 [6]
2 7–12 May 21, 2002 [33]
3 13–18 May 21, 2002 [34]
4 19–24 June 21, 2002 [35]
5 25–30 June 21, 2002 [36]
6 31–36 June 21, 2002 [37]
7 37–41 July 21, 2002 [38]
8 42–46 July 21, 2002 [7]
美少女戦士セーラームーン DVD COLLECTION 1 1–24 December 11, 2009 [8]
2 25–46 January 21, 2010 [9]


Toei Video (Japan, Region A)
Volume Episodes Release date Ref.
美少女戦士セーラームーン Blu-ray COLLECTION VOL.1 1–23 June 4, 2017 [39][40]
美少女戦士セーラームーン Blu-ray COLLECTION VOL.2 24–46 August 9, 2017 [41]


United States
Buena Vista Home Video/DIC Toon-Time Video
Volume Episodes Release date Stock Number Ref.
Sailor Moon: A Moon Star Is Born 1, 3 (1–2 edited) March 11, 1997 6145 [42]
Sailor Moon: Scouts Unite! 8, 10 (5, 7 edited) March 11, 1997 6146 [42]
Sailor Moon: Evil Eyes 12, 17 (9, 14 edited) March 18, 1997 6148 [42]
Sailor Moon: Jupiter and Venus Arrive! 25, 33 (21, 29 edited) April 30, 1997 10422 [42]
Sailor Moon: Secret Identities 34–36 (30–31 edited) April 30, 1997 10423 [42]
Sailor Moon: Good Queen, Bad Queen 44–46 (39–40 edited) April 30, 1997 10424 [42]
ADV Films
Volume Episodes Release date Stock Number Ref.
Volume 1: The Legend Begins 1, 3–4, 7 (1–4 edited) November 21, 2000 707303 [43]
Volume 2: The Power of Friendship 8–11 (5–8 edited) November 21, 2000 707743 [44]
Volume 3: Sailor Mars Joins the Battle 12–15 (9–12 edited) January 9, 2001 707313 [45]
Volume 4: Mysterious Tuxedo Mask 16–19 (13–16 edited) January 9, 2001 707753 [46]
Volume 5: Red Hearts & Silver Crystals 21–24 (17–20 edited) February 13, 2001 707343 [47]
Volume 6: Introducing Sailor Jupiter 25–28 (21–24 edited) February 13, 2001 707783 [48]
Volume 7: Green Eyed Monsters 29–32 (25–28 edited) May 1, 2001 707353 [49]
Volume 8: And in This Corner... Sailor Venus! 33–36 (29–32 edited) May 1, 2001 707793 [50]
Volume 9: Field Trips 37–40 (33–36 edited) July 3, 2001 707363 [51]
Volume 10: Trials And Troubles! 41, 43–46 (37–40 edited) July 3, 2001 707803 [52]
United Kingdom
MVM Films
Volume Episodes Release date Ref.
Episodes 1 & 2 1, 3 (1–2 edited) November 12, 2001 [53]
Episodes 3 & 4 4, 7 (3–4 edited) November 12, 2001 [54]
Episodes 5 & 6 8–9 (5–6 edited) December 27, 2001 [55]
Episodes 7 & 8 10–11 (7–8 edited) April 22, 2002 [56]
Episodes 9 & 10 12–13 (9–10 edited) April 22, 2002 [57]
Episodes 11 & 12 14–15 (11–12 edited) March 10, 2003 [58]
Episodes 13–18 16–19, 21–22 (13–18 edited) April 21, 2003 [59]
Episodes 19–24 23–28 (19–24 edited) June 2, 2003 [60]
Network Entertainment
Volume Episodes Release date Stock Number Ref.
Sailor Moon: A Moon Star Is Born 1-3 (1–3 edited) 1997 NW1144
Sailor Moon: Computer School Blues 4-6 (4-6 edited) 1997 NW1145
Sailor Moon: Nightmare In Dreamland 7-9 (7-9 edited) 1997 NW1146
Sailor Moon: Fight To The Finish 10-12 (10-12 edited) 1997 NW1198
Sailor Moon: Dangerous Dollies 13-15 (13-15 edited) 1997 NW1199
Sailor Moon: Who Is That Masked Man? 16-18 (16-18 edited) 1997 NW1200
United States
ADV Films (Region 1)
Volume Episodes Release date Ref.
A Heroine Is Chosen 1, 3–4, 7–9 (1–6 edited) April 16, 2002 [61]
Sailor Scouts to the Rescue! 10–15 (7–12 edited) April 16, 2002 [62]
The Man in the Tuxedo Mask 16–19, 21–22 (13–18 edited) June 11, 2002 [63]
The Secret of the Sailor Scouts 23–28 (19–24 edited) June 11, 2002 [64]
Introducing Sailor Venus! 29–34 (25–30 edited) July 23, 2002 [65]
Adventure Girls! 35–40 (31–36 edited) July 23, 2002
Fight to the Finish! 41, 43–48 (37–42 edited) September 3, 2002 [66]
Season One, Complete and Uncut 1–46 July 15, 2003 [67]
Viz Media (Region 1)
Volume Episodes Release date Ref.
Season 1 Part 1 1–23 November 11, 2014 [68]
Season 1 Part 2 24–46 February 10, 2015 [69]
United Kingdom
MVM Films (Region 2)
Volume Episodes Release date Ref.
Episodes 1–6 1, 3–4, 7–9 (1–6 edited) February 24, 2003 [70]
Episodes 7–12 10–15 (7–12 edited) October 4, 2004 [71]
Episodes 13–18 16–19, 21–22 (13–18 edited) November 8, 2004 [72]
Episodes 19–24 23–28 (19–24 edited) October 4, 2004 [73]
Episodes 25–30 29–34 (25–30 edited) October 4, 2004 [74]
Episodes 31–36 35–40 (31–36 edited) October 4, 2004 [75]
Episodes 37–42 41, 43–48 (37–42 edited) October 4, 2004 [76]
Series 1 1, 3–4, 7–19, 21–41, 43–48 (1–42 edited) October 11, 2004 [77]
Australia and New Zealand
Madman Entertainment (Region 4)
Volume Episodes Release date Ref.
Part 1 1–24 December 2, 2015 [78]
Part 2 25–46 February 10, 2016 [79]
Volume 1: Usagi's Beautiful Transformation 1–6 December 2, 2015 [80]
Volume 2: The Girl Genius 7–12 December 2, 2015 [81]
Volume 3: Girls Unite 13–18 March 2, 2016 [82]
Volume 4: A Love Letter from Tuxedo Mask 19–24 March 2, 2016 [83]
Volume 5: Jupiter, the Powerful Girl in Love 25–30 July 6, 2016 [84]
Volume 6: Enter Venus, the Last Sailor Guardian 31–35 July 6, 2016 [85]
Volume 7: Friendship and Monsters 36–41 December 7, 2016 [86]
Volume 8: Usagi's Awakening 42–46 December 7, 2016 [87]
Complete Season 1 1–46 6 December 2017 [88]
Moon Prism Power Collection 1–24 6 June 2018 [89]
Moon Prism Power Collection 2 25–46 6 June 2018 [90]

Blu-ray + DVD combo

North America
Viz Media (Region A)
Volume Episodes Release date Ref.
Season 1 Part 1 1–23 11 November 2014 [91]
Season 1 Part 2 24–46 10 February 2015 [92]
Complete First Season 1–46 14 June 2022 [93]
Australia and New Zealand
Madman Entertainment (Region B)
Volume Episodes Release date Ref.
Complete Season 1 1–46 6 December 2017 [94]


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