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'''''Sakurako Ougi''''' was a [[T·A Academy for Girls]] student who appeared only in the [[Sailor Moon (anime)|anime]]. Sakurako was fond of fashion design, and her favorite theme was aliens, even though she stated that she did not believe aliens existed.  
 
'''''Sakurako Ougi''''' was a [[T·A Academy for Girls]] student who appeared only in the [[Sailor Moon (anime)|anime]]. Sakurako was fond of fashion design, and her favorite theme was aliens, even though she stated that she did not believe aliens existed.  

Latest revision as of 17:30, 12 February 2020

Character Information
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Name: Sakurako Ougi
Name (kanji/kana): 迎木桜子
Alignment: Civilian
Species: Human
Gender: Female
Lives: Tokyo, Japan
Occupation: T·A Academy for Girls student
Family: Unknown
Associates: Junko
Aliases: None
First Anime Appearance: The Culture Fest is for Me? Queen Rei Sings With Passion
First Manga Appearance: N/A
First PGSM Appearance: N/A
English Name: Sara Howe (DiC dub), Sakurako Ougi
Actors: Masami Kamiyama (anime), Loretta Jafelice (dub)

Sakurako Ougi was a T·A Academy for Girls student who appeared only in the anime. Sakurako was fond of fashion design, and her favorite theme was aliens, even though she stated that she did not believe aliens existed.

She and several other students approached Seijuurou and Natsumi at the culture festival to have them model their creations, which made them believe at first that the students had discovered their secret identities as Ail and An.