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==Musicals==
 
==Musicals==
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In the musicals, Ami was played by [[Ayako Morino]], [[Yukiko Miyagawa]], [[Hisano Akamine]], [[Mariya Izawa]], [[Chieko Kawabe]], [[Manami Wakayama]], [[Miyabi Matsuura]], [[Momoyo Koyama]], [[Yume Takeuchi]], [[Riria Itou]], [[Miria Watanabe]], [[Cocona]], [[Umino Kawamura]], and [[Momoko Kaechi]]. Several of the musicals had a plotline that focused on Ami as a character, especially regarding her dreams or her loyalty to Sailor Moon; some examples include ''[[Sailor Moon S - Usagi Ai no Senshi e no Michi]]'', ''[[Sailor Moon SuperS - Yume Senshi - Ai - Eien ni...]]'', and ''[[Shin / Henshin - Super Senshi e no Michi - Last Dracul Jokyoku]]''.  
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In the musicals, Ami was played by [[Ayako Morino]], [[Yukiko Miyagawa]], [[Hisano Akamine]], [[Mariya Izawa]], [[Chieko Kawabe]], [[Manami Wakayama]], [[Miyabi Matsuura]], [[Momoyo Koyama]], [[Yume Takeuchi]], [[Riria Itou]], and [[Miria Watanabe]]. Several of the musicals had a plotline that focused on Ami as a character, especially regarding her dreams or her loyalty to Sailor Moon; some examples include ''[[Sailor Moon S - Usagi Ai no Senshi e no Michi]]'', ''[[Sailor Moon SuperS - Yume Senshi - Ai - Eien ni...]]'', and ''[[Shin / Henshin - Super Senshi e no Michi - Last Dracul Jokyoku]]''.  
  
 
Ami in the musical continuity was far less shy and naive than in the other versions, and would sometimes even speak harshly to Usagi.
 
Ami in the musical continuity was far less shy and naive than in the other versions, and would sometimes even speak harshly to Usagi.

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