Item and Object Encyclopedia
This is a listing, with descriptions and explanations, of many of the
objects and items found in the Sailormoon anime and manga. Some are
important, others are trivial. Click on the object's name to see a
picture, if available.
An * by the object name indicates that it is an unconfirmed name of
the item. It may be used to describe the object or it may be a name
I picked up from another source.
Some information came from Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon, Hitoshi Doi's very
informative site. Other information and pictures are credited next to
A | B | C |
D | E | F |
G | H | I | J
| K | L | M
N | O | P | Q |
R | S | T |
U | V | W | X |
Y | Z
Amulet: The item Professor Tomoe gave to his
daughter, Hotaru, in the manga to ease her pain, or so he claims, saying his
wife, Keiko, wore it while she was living. It has the ability to comfort
Arm bracelets: The bracelets that the
Animamates and the senshi under the control of Galaxia wear. These are the
sources of the senshi who wear them's power, and if destroyed or removed,
the wearer dies.
Brooch: Usagi's item to transform into
Sailormoon in the first season. To activate it, she holds it up and calls
out, "Moon Prism Power, Make-Up."
Cauldron: It's not an item, but oh well. In the manga, this is the
place where all Star Seeds in the galaxy are born.
Censer: The object that ChibiChibi has,
giving off the scent of Princess Kakyuu. ChibiChibi protects it because
it has Kakyuu inside.
Cherry blossoms: The lovely, pink flower petals that float across
the scene, especially as a cue that the Outer Senshi, specifically Uranus
and Neptune, have arrived.
Communicator: Resembles a small, flat
computer of some sort, and it enables the Sailor Team to contact each other
in the first season of the anime. Picture provided by
Communicator Watch: The Sailor Team receives their watches in the
second arc of R. These watches can be used to contact the other Sailor
Senshi. Haruka and Michiru have their own watches in S. The Sailor Team
also has communicator watches in the manga that they use occassionally.
Compact: What Usagi and Chibi-usa use to transform into their Sailor
Senshi selves. Usagi's are the crystal star
compact, the Cosmic Moon compact, the
Crisis Heart Compact, and an Eternal
Compact. Chibi-usa has a Chibimoon compact and a
Prism Compact. (I think) the compacts differ
from Usagi's first season brooch in that inside they have the ginzuishou.
Crescent Moon Compact: Minako's item that is used for transforming
into other people and attacking. When it's open, the mirror inside reflects
the true form of the image in it.
Crystal Carillon: Chibi-usa's item
in SuperS which Pegasus gives her. It is shaped like a heart with a bell
hanging at its end. She uses it to call Pegasus, saying, "Twinkle Yell."
Picture provided by Mystress Miranda.
Crystal Disk: The computer disk Ami received when she first appeared
from her cram school. Name from Katrina
Crystal Key: The object that Sailorpluto gives
to Chibiusa that allows her to travel back and forth through time.
Cutie Moon Rod: The rod that Sailormoon
receives from her mother, Queen Serenity in R, along with her power-up.
Sailormoon uses it to defeat her enemies, saying, "Moon Princess Halation."
Daimon egg: What Professor Tomoe creates in his
labratories that hatch daimons, the main monsters in Sailormoon S.
Dark Hedges: Statues Esmeraude has Safir
create in her likeness in order to grow off of dark energy. She originally
plans on having them grow in certain negatively energized points, thereby
creating a gate through which the Black Moon family can take over the Earth
with. Name from Katrina Caudle.
Deep Aqua Mirror: The Talisman that belongs
to Sailorneptune. It has the ability to see the true image, can in a sense
'fortune tell,' and it also serves the owner as just a plain hand mirror
(though in the manga, it has the spiffy ability to repair itself if it breaks).
When together with the other two Talismans, it summons the Holy Grail,
and in the manga, it calls upon Sailorsaturn.
Droid jewel*: What is left of the droids after
they die. Once killed, a pile of dust falls to the ground, a jewel a fading
black moon in it turning dull.
Energy panel: The item that Safir steals
from the black crystal in order to prevent it from growing and in an
attempt to stop Wiseman from further manipulating him and his family. Name
from Katrina Caudle.
Eternal Tier: The scepter that Eternal
Sailormoon uses in her healing powers, such as "Starlight Honeymoon
Therapy Kiss." It breaks towards the very end of SailorStars.
Fan: The red fan that Esmeraude takes with her
whereever she goes, waving it in front of her face arrogantly or to hide her
Fire Buster I and II: Eudial's specially
designed machines that shoot out fire. Eudial was currently applying for
patents for her inventions. Fire Buster I was so strong that it was able
to deflect Sailormoon's attack, but Venus's Love-Me Chain made a whole in
it. Eudial's improved Fire Buster II could actually break through
Flute: The musical item that Ail always carries around, playing on
it to either call Cardians or just because as Seijuurou. Also items used
in the SuperS movie by the fairies to call Bonbonbabies; Peruru gives his
to Chibimoon at the end.
Garden Crystals: the crystals that appear in the Garden tended by
SailorPhi and SailorChi. There is also a large Garden Crystal that has
all the Sailor Crystals Galaxia has stolen absorbed into it.
Garnet Orb: the third Talisman, a jewel
possessed by Pluto, and is kept atop her Garnet Rod. With the two other
Talismans, it can summon the Holy Grail. In the manga, it also performs
another function, which is to call forth Sailorsaturn.
Garnet Rod: the staff that Pluto carries
around with her and which carries the Garnet Orb on top of it. She uses
the Rod to whack enemies, to be used with her "Dead Scream" and "Chronos
Typhoon attacks", and to control the Door of Space and Time. Sometimes
referred to as the Time Staff.
Ginzuishou: the mystical silver crystal.
This is the main source of Usagi's power. Queen Serenity of the Silver
Millennium used it to send the senshi to the future and seal the Dark Kingdom
away. Usagi gains it later on in the first season, attaching it to her Moon
Stick, and it becomes more important for her in the remaining seasons, used
in her transformations, in the foundation of Crystal Tokyo, et cetera.
However, if Usagi uses the ginzuishou to its fullest potential, she will die,
similar to her mother's death and her deaths in episode 46 and the R movie.
In the manga, the desire for the ginzuishou is the reason all the enemies
Ginzuishou statue*: This is the object that both the Sailor Senshi
and the Dark Kingdom thought may be the actual ginzuishou described above.
It was presented by Princess D, and it was in actuality merely a crystal
statue that is in the shape of the first princess of the D country.
Goggles: the eye mask that Sailormoon initially receives in the manga
when she first transforms. With them, she can see through false identities
or see someone in trouble (like Naru). However, gradually she uses less
and less of it, and by the end of the Black Moon (R) manga, she doesn't ever
use it again.
Golden Crystal: the crystal that the Dead Moon Circus is after for
its power. It is found in the horn of Elios, the Pegasus, who hides in
the dreams of people. In the manga, it is inside of Mamoru.
Heart Buster*: the gun that the Witch, Eudial, designed in order
to take out the heart crystals of her victims.
Heart Crystal: the crystals that
Neptune, Uranus, and the Death Busters are after. Heart crystals are
found in pure people, and three special ones encase the three Talismans
inside of them. However, without the heart crystals, their owners die.
In the manga, the heart crystals can be used to describe the
transformation crystals that the senshi get in the Dream arc, though
they are called by the names of 'Planet Crystal,' ie 'Mercury Crystal'
and 'Mars Crystal.'
Henshin stars: The transformation stars that the Three Lights
use to transform into the Starlights. The henshin stars are also used
in their attacks.
Henshin Sticks: Transformation sticks, transformation pens. Ami,
Rei, Minako, Makoto, Haruka, Michiru, and Setsuna use these objects to
transform into the Sailor Senshi. Haruka, Michiru, and Setsuna only
have one, but the four members of the Sailor Team have three different
Holy Grail: The sacred cup which is
called forth by the Three Talismans in the anime to give Sailormoon her
power-up to become SuperSailormoon. The person who can use it is called
the Messiah, and that person can use the power of the Holy Grail to
save or destroy the world. However, it is destroyed at the end of the
Sailormoon S anime by Mistress 9. In the manga, the Holy Grail is created
from the power of the 8 Sailor Senshi, called for every time Sailormoon
wants to become SuperSailormoon; it is not destroyed, but by the Infinity
arc of the manga, as the Outer Senshi leave, it can no longer be summoned,
since it needs all eight Sailor Senshi present. In the manga, there are
also two Holy Grails, one for Usagi and one for Chibi-usa.
Jakokusuishou: The Black Crystal in R. The Black Moon family plans
on letting it grow with negative, dark energy, in order to allow it to
open up the Black Gate and allow the world to be destroyed.
Jupiter Wreath: A wreath of laurel
that Jupiter receives after powering up to become SuperSailorjupiter in
the manga. She uses it when she attacks with her 'Jupiter Oak Evolution.'
kurozuishou: This is the black crystal
that Nephrite creates in the first season in order to track down the
ginzuishou. After his death, Beryl gives the kurozuishou to Zoicite in
order to find the carriers of the ninjizuishou.
Love letter: The item in the SuperS movie special ("Ami-chan's
First Love") that causes Ami to break out into hives. Also found in
the manga story that the anime special was based upon.
Luna-P: The floating ball that Chibi-usa has in her possession.
It resembles Luna (though she is distraught over that fact), and it
has the ability to turn into or create other objects for Chibi-usa
when she says "Luna-P Henge." It also does several other useful/strange
things, such as copy Chibi-usa in clothes and manners at times (wears
an apron in one ep and bows along with Chibi-usa in another), and in R,
its yellow crescent moon becomes and upsidedown black one under the
influence of Black Lady.
Mars Arrow: The item in the manga that
Sailormars receives after her powerup into SuperSailormars. She uses it
when she does her "Mars Flame Sniper" attack.
Mercury Lyre: The item in the manga that
Sailormercury receives after her powerup into SuperSailormercury. She
uses it with her "Mercury Aqua Rhapsody."
Miniture supercomputer: Exactly what it
says it is, there isn't exactly anything more you can call it. It
belongs to Sailormercury, and she uses it to analzye things and situations.
Moon Kaleidoscope: SuperSailormoon's
weapon in SuperS, and yes, it really is a kaleidoscope. SuperSailorchibimoon
has the Chibi Moon Kaleidoscope (but uses it more so in the manga). To
use it to destroy her enemies, Sailormoon yells, "Moon Gorgeous Meditation"
(and Chibimoon says the same in the manga). Picture provided by
Moon Stick: The item Luna gives to
Sailormoon in the first season in order to heal her enemies, and it also can
track down the owners of the nijizuishou. It is the sign of the leader
of the Sailor Senshi, and it becomes more powerful when the ginzuishou is
used with it. Moon says "Moon Healing Escalation" when using it to
'refresh' the nijizuishou owners and to destroy Queen Beryl. In the manga,
the Moon Stick is used to heal people under the Dark Kingdom's control
(brainwashed) and to defeat Queen Metallia.
Nijizuishou: Otherwise known as the
seven rainbow crystals. They are the crystals that the Dark Kingdom is
searching for, because when they are brought together, they create the
ginzuishou. They are found inside the seven strongest youma of the
Ofuda: Those anti-evil scrolls Rei throws,
chanting, "Rin, pyou, tou, sha, kai, jin, retsu, sai, zen. Akuryou taisan!"
Pink Sugar Heart Rod*: (Refered to as Moon
Rod in the manga.) The rod that Chibimoon has in S as an attacking item.
It lets out cute, annoying little hearts to 'hurt' the enemy but usually
only slaps or spanks them... when it actually works. It is apparently
Pendant: This is the object that Princess
Serenity gave to Prince Endymion on the moon. Mamoru has it in the first
season, and later he drops it as Tuxedo Kamen. Sailormoon picks it up and
keeps it, and it eventually becomes the symbol of their love for each other.
It is shaped like a star and plays music when opened. Sailormoon uses it
in episode 46 to revive Mamoru's memories. The manga counterpart of this
is the star-shaped watch of Mamoru's that he accidentally drops into Usagi's
lap; however, it doesn't serve as anything other than their feelings for
each other and as a telling symbol to Usagi of Mamoru's condition as it
ticks. (When he comes back to life under Metallia's control in tankubon 3,
it begins to tick.)
Pen: The transformation pen Luna gives Usagi
that allows her to transform into other people. She says, "Moon Power...
Puppet Part: The part of the puppet with the symbol of the Dead Moon
circus (its forehead part) that Haruka takes with her in the SuperS TV
special. The puppet had controlled its owner and was trying to drain
Haruka's energy when Neptune stopped it and saved her friend. Haruka, as
Uranus, used her World Shaking on the puppet and destroyed it, saving
only the part mentioned above.
Ribbon: The yellow ribbon that Kakeru gives to Luna in the SMS movie
to display his affection for her.
Ring: The heart shaped ring that Mamoru gives to Usagi in SailorStars
before he is to go to the United States. In the manga, it's an engagement
ring, and in the anime, it's more of a promise ring.
Rose: The flower objects that Tuxedo Kamen throws in order to stun
enemies or to attack them.
Rose earrings: Makoto/Jupiter's clip on earrings. She can throw
them, as she did at Zoicite in Sailormoon. They play an important role
in SailorStars, when after Neherenia attacks her while she protects a
brainwashed Usagi, her earring falls off and jogs Usagi's memory.
Sailor crystals: In the manga, these are more advanced and more
special forms of star seeds, through which Sailor senshi for each planet
in the universe are created. Galaxia is after the Sailor Crystals of
each Sailor Senshi in order to become more powerful.
Sapphire crystal: The crystal that Galaxia
in the manga has, noted to be the most destructive crystal in the universe.
Silence Glaive: Sailorsaturn's deadly pole
arm, essentially a long stick with a blade on top. It is extremely powerful
and dangerous, and Saturn uses all her attacks with it ("Death Reborn
Revolution," "Silence Wall," and "Silence Glaive Surprise.")
Soul Mirror: Also called "Dream mirrors," these are the mirrors that
all people possess. The Dead Moon Circus exploits their victims and look
at their soul mirrors in order to see if the Pegasus, who is found in people's
dreams, is hiding there. When they don't find Pegasus, they attempt to
destroy the Soul mirrors.
Space Sword: One of the three Talismans;
its owner is Sailoruranus. It has a very hard blade, able to cut through
anything. When brought next to the Garnet Orb and the Deep Aqua Mirror,
the three Talismans create the Holy Grail in the anime and awaken
Sailorsaturn in the manga.
Spiral Heart Moon Rod: The rod Sailormoon
receives in Sailormoon S. This is created by the love of Usagi and Mamoru,
or Prince Endymion and Princess Serenity. Moon says, "Moon Spiral Heart
Attack" to use it, or "Rainbow Moon Heartache" as SuperSailormoon.
Scepters and Staffs: There are a number of these throughout the anime
and the manga held by certain villains and also by some allies as well.
Mimete, Cyprine, and Ptilol in the anime possess staffs; in the manga, Phi
and Chi also have these items. ChibiChibi and Cosmos both have
staffs/scepters. Petz is given one by Rubeus
in SMR to use against the Senshi.
Stallion Reve: This is the object that Pegasus gives to Chibi-usa in
order to keep in contact with her. It is sort of like a ball on a pedestal,
and the ball glows and a miniture Pegasus appears to talk to Chibi-usa.
Usually he gives her advice and tidbits of wisdom.
Star Seeds: In the anime, these are what the Animamates are after.
The Sailor Senshi have the star seeds that they are after, and eventually
they take all of them except for Sailormoon, the Starlights, and
Chibichibi's. In the manga, the star seeds are what all life comes from,
including all planets and people in the universe. The cats have
particularly strong star seeds.
Stone Sword: the sword that the Sailor Team finds on the moon in
the manga. Sailorvenus immediately latches onto it, particularly
possessive of it. It is incredibly strong, being able to chip diamonds,
and it easily dents things. Venus uses it to kill Queen Beryl.
Sword of Sealing: the sword in the anime that ChibiChibi turns
herself into; she gives herself as the sword to Princess Serenity in
order to defeat Galaxia with, who has been infused with Chaos.
Taioron Crystal: In the manga, this is the source of all the power
of the Tau Ceti System. Master Pharaoh 90 and the Death Busters wish to
make it more powerful, and then they can take over the world.
Talismans: The three Talismans are the Space Sword, owned by Uranus,
the Deep Aqua Mirror, whose owner is Neptune, and the Garnet Orb, which
Pluto possesses. They are the objects that the Outer Senshi are searching
for in both the anime and the manga. In the anime, they are sealed within
pure heart crystals, and they must be extracted from the owners at the
expense of their life. When together, they produce the Holy Grail, the
sacred cup. In the manga, when the three Talismans react together, it
signals the rebirth of the senshi of silence, Sailorsaturn.
Tarot Cards: The cards Ail and Ann use
to create their monsters, the Cardians, to gather energy for their tree,
the Makaiju. In the manga, the Three Lights use them to warn Usagi of
Galaxia, and Sailor Kakyuu uses them in one of her attacks, the "Starlight
Royal Straight Flush" attack.
Tiara: What all the senshi possess on their foreheads. Initially,
Sailormoon uses this as her main attack in both the anime and the manga.
In the manga, she receives several types of tiara in the first story arc
that vary in their uses.
Umbrella: Maybe you would call this a parasol instead, but since
there are no "U" entries, I've put it here. :) Chibi-usa spins her
umbrella in order to hypnotize people into believing what she wants.
Black Lady in the anime uses an umbrella too. Also, ChibiChibi floats
down from the sky using an umbrella.
Venus Chain: One of Venus's main weapons in the manga.
Violin: The instrument that Kaioh Michiru plays. Also used in
the manga by SailorStarNeptune with her "Submarine Violin Tide."
Visor: Another of Mercury's items that
appears in front of her eyes when she touches her earring. It is
used to scan things, and it has been said to print German in the R
movie, but I don't know for sure.
Whip: Karaberas's main weapon for attacking.
[ top ]