Kaguya-hime no Koibito (musical)

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Name (kanji/kana): 美少女戦士セーラームーン かぐや姫の恋人
Name (romaji): Bishoujo Senshi Seeraa Muun Kaguya-hime no Koibito
Name (translated): Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Kaguya Hime's Beloved
First Performance: September 3, 2021
Last Performance: September 12, 2021
Number of Performances: 16
Stage:
Previous Musical: Nogizaka46 Version Musical 2019
Next Musical: 30th Anniversary Musical Festival -Chronicle-

Kaguya-hime no Koibito was the title of the 2021 musical, featuring an all-new cast and starring Riko Tanaka as Sailor Moon. The musical was based on the manga short story "Kaguya-hime no Koibito."

Summary[edit]

Coming soon

Musical Numbers[edit]

  1. You're My Universe
  2. Kakera
  3. Birthday Song
  4. Takane no Lady
  5. Be Yourself
  6. Uwa no Sora
  7. Sweet Candy
  8. Naki Uta
  9. Snow Aria
  10. Enkaku Ryokou
  11. Sailor Call
  12. Infinity
  13. Mine
  14. Wake Your Dreams!
  15. Enkaku Ryokou Reprise
  16. Kakera Reprise
  17. The Starry Heavens
  18. Christmas Present
  19. Yoake Mae

Service Numbers[edit]

  1. The Starry Heavens (Live Version)
  2. Just as You Are
  3. Moonlight Densetsu

Cast[edit]

International Streaming[edit]

In December 2021 the musical was made available internationally, under the title Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon: The Musical -Kaguya Hime's Beloved-, through the Japanese streaming service GLOBE CODING for the second edition of Japan 2.5D Stage Play World: Anime, Manga & Game Theater Online Festival. The festival was advertised as a worldwide streaming event, although it was not available in the Middle East, mainland China, North Korea, or Russia. The ticket granted the buyer on-demand access for two weeks, from December 10, 2021 to February 3, 2022. The musical Nogizaka46 Version Musical 2019 was also available at the same time on the service, with a separate ticket.

Trivia[edit]

  • While official translations of the "Kaguya-hime no Koibito" manga short story used "The Lover of Princess Kaguya," the English version of the title used by the musical production was "Kaguya Hime's Beloved" (Princess Kaguya's Beloved).
  • This was the first time the short story was brought to stage, although it had a previous anime adaptation in the Sailor Moon S movie.
  • This adaption of the story did not include Artemis, although he was mentioned and briefly shown as a shadow, and added Hotaru.
  • While the original story included Usagi and her friends celebrating a joint birthday party for Minako and Makoto, the party in the musical was held for Minako, Makoto, and Setsuna, whose birthday falls between theirs.
  • The musical was originally slated for a summer 2019 release before it was postponed to summer 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it was delayed again, and ticket sales had to be limited.
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