|Alignment:||Moon Kingdom, Crystal Tokyo|
|Occupation:||Student, professional race car driver|
|Family:||Michiru Kaiou (cousin; dub only)|
|Associates:||Michiru Kaiou, Setsuna Meiou, Hotaru Tomoe|
|Aliases:||Sailor Uranus, Princess Uranus (manga and Crystal only)|
|First Anime Appearance:||A Beautiful Boy? The Secret of Haruka Tenou|
|First Manga Appearance:||Act 27 Mugen 1 Yokan|
|First PGSM Appearance:||N/A|
|English Name:||Amara Tenoh (dub), Haruka Tenou (Mixx manga, Viz dub), Haruka Ten'ô (Kodansha manga)|
|Actors:||Megumi Ogata (anime), Junko Minagawa (Crystal), Sarah LaFleur (dub), Erica Mendez (Viz dub)|
Haruka was a fast runner, a talented pianist, and an accomplished race car and motorcycle driver. She was one of the few characters to be seen operating a car, along with Mamoru Chiba.
She lived the life of the wealthy Tokyo elite and, in the S season of the anime, attended Mugen Academy, a school for genius students. At the time, however, she attended it to infiltrate its operations. She wore the men's uniform of the academy rather than the women's, and was thus often mistaken for a man.
Haruka had no known relatives in either the manga or anime series, and seemed to only live with Michiru. In the manga, she moved in with Michiru and Setsuna Meiou to raise baby Hotaru after she was reborn at the end of the Infinity arc, and the four of them formed an adopted family. They also moved in together in the Stars season of the anime.
Haruka was romantically linked with Michiru Kaiou. Although the anime was not graphic, there were several hints given, especially during the Stars season, that Haruka and Michiru had a physical relationship. In the original English dub, however, Amara (Haruka) and Michelle (Michiru) were changed to be cousins in order to avoid controversy surrounding homosexuality. Haruka and Michiru's relationship remained intact in the Viz Media dub.
Haruka's personality in the musicals was much the same as in the other versions of the series, though at least in Kessen / Transylvania no Mori (Kaiteiban) - Saikyou no Kataki Dark Cain no Nazo, she was ranked with the likes of Usagi, Makoto, and Minako in academics.
- Haruka was able to drive a car and ride a motorcycle despite the fact that the age for earning a driver's license in Japan was 18. When this was brought up in the anime, she claimed she got her license abroad.
- Haruka and Michiru seemed to own a helicopter and could pilot it themselves. In the manga, Haruka had her own helicopter named the Tenoumaru (天王丸; Heavenly King).
- Haruka and Michiru were the only two Senshi apart from Sailor Moon to be involved in a long-lasting relationship in the canon.
- When Megumi Ogata, Haruka's voice actress, asked Kunihiko Ikuhara how she was supposed to portray Haruka and Michiru's relationship, she was told to act as if they were a married couple.
- In the anime, despite her gender, Haruka always referred to herself with the pronoun "boku" (僕), which is usually only used by males. This, as well as her androgynous looks and penchant for wearing men's clothing, may explain why many characters thought she was a man when they met her for the first time.
- In the Mugen arc of the manga Haruka mainly wore the male Mugen Academy uniform, though in the short story "Beware of Tanabata," she was shown wearing the female uniform. In the Stars arc she usually wore the female Juuban Municipal High School uniform.
- According to the Original Picture Collection Volume III, Haruka's car was a Ferrari 512M because that was Naoko Takeuchi's favorite car.
- When Haruka and Michiru were changed to "cousins" in the Cloverway dub of Sailor Moon, it spurred jokes of incest among fans.
- When Haruka first appeared in TokyoPop's Smile magazine, she was called "Alex." However, after complaints from fans, her original name was used in later issues and in the graphic novels.
- In 1998, Irwin released a line of Senshi of the Outer Solar System dolls well before Sailor Moon S aired in North America. On the boxes of the Sailor Uranus dolls, she was given the civilian name "Corinn."
- In the first English dub, Amara gave Serena the nickname "Moon Face." In the French dub the nickname was "Face de Lune," and in the Catalan version "Cara de Lluna," both of which mean "Moon Face" as well.
- In the French adaptation, Haruka was named Frédérique, and it is a common misconception that she was intended to be a boy. However, Frédérique was simply mistaken to be male and later revealed to be female, although she and Mylene (Michiru) were "best friends," rather than girlfriends. Frédérique was given a male voice when in civilian form, and a female voice when shown as Sailor Uranus.
- In the Latin American Spanish dub, Haruka kept her name, but her voice actress, Belinda Martínez, changed her tone of voice according to Haruka's current form. When playing her civilian self, Martínez gave Haruka a very deep voice that could easily be mistaken for a male one, and as Sailor Uranus she used a much lighter and more feminine tone. At the end of episode 92, Haruka used her "Sailor Uranus" voice to tell Usagi and her friends that she was a girl and not a boy.
|Civilian identities of Sailor Senshi|
|Solar System Senshi|
|Usagi Tsukino | Ami Mizuno | Rei Hino | Makoto Kino | Minako Aino | Chibiusa|
|Haruka Tenou | Michiru Kaiou | Setsuna Meiou | Hotaru Tomoe/Miss Dream | Chibi Chibi|
|Luna Tsukino | Shiva Shingetsu Astarte|
|Kou Seiya | Kou Yaten | Kou Taiki | Princess Kakyuu|
|Shadow Galactica Senshi|
|Chuuko Nezu/Chuu Rat | Reiko Aya/Half Bird | Akane Karasuma/Manila Karasu | Nyanko Suzu | Miss Butterfly|
|Senshi in Parallel Sailor Moon|
|Kousagi Tsukino | Ami Jr | Rei Jr | Mako Kino | Mina Aino|