|Alignment:||Dead Moon, Shadow Galactica (musicals only)|
|Species:||Hawk granted humanoid form|
|Lives:||The Dead Moon Circus tent|
|Occupation:||Member of the Amazon Trio|
|Associates:||Fisheye, Tiger's Eye, Zirconia; Amazoness Quartet (manga and Crystal only), Queen Beryl (musicals only)|
|Aliases:||Takano Torajima, Hikari Toriatama (musicals only)|
|First Anime Appearance:||Meeting of Fate! The Night Where a Pegasus Flies|
|First Manga Appearance:||Act 39 Yume 1 Nisshoku Dream|
|First PGSM Appearance:||N/A|
|English Name:||Hawk's Eye, Hawk-Eye (Mixx manga)|
|Actors:||Toshio Furukawa (anime), Benji Plener (dub), Michael Yurchak (Viz dub), Toshiyuki Toyonaga (Crystal)|
|Hawk's Eye in the anime|
When the Amazon Trio decided to give up the power that made them human in order to rebuild Usagi's destroyed Dream Mirror, Hawk's Eye reverted to his original form and died. Pegasus appeared then and restored the Trio, giving them their own Dream Mirrors so they could be truly human.
In the manga, Hawk's Eye was sent by the Amazoness Quartet to target Makoto Kino. He lured her and Chibiusa to his store, where he told them of his dreams to own many more stores, which prompted Makoto to tell him of her dream to own a flower and cake shop. He gave the two girls rings with Amazon Stones in them, which he said would make dreams come true. Mamoru took Chibiusa's ring away from her when she came by to visit him, but the next time Makoto went back to Hawk's Eye's shop, Lemures came pouring out of her ring and attacked her.
After the Senshi was overwhelmed by the attack, Hawk's Eye reverted to his original form and was joined by PallaPalla and VesVes. Makoto managed to awaken and transform into Sailor Jupiter and attacked the trio with Jupiter Oak Evolution, but the two members of the Amazoness Quartet disappeared and Hawk's Eye took the entirety of the blow and was destroyed.
Hawk's Eye appeared in Sailor Moon Eternal as in the manga, but in that continuity he never reverted back to his original form during the battle with Sailor Jupiter. Her attack also did not immediately destroy him. Instead, he accepted the end of his short-lived dream of running a shop and advised Sailor Jupiter to achieve her dreams, before he and his store dissolved.
In the musicals, Hawk's Eye was played by Tsukiko Tamura, Hikari Ono, and Riona Tatemichi. He was shown to be a skilled dancer. In the Sailor Moon SuperS Special Musical Show, there was a character called "Neo Hawk's Eye" (ネオホークスアイ), who was also played by Hikari Ono.
- Hawk's Eye is a blue variant of the gemstone known as tiger's eye.
- When Hawk's Eye was in his original animal form in the manga or Sailor Moon Eternal, the Amazoness Quartet called him "Taka no me" (タカの目). It was pronounced the same as "鷹の目," meaning "hawk's eye," but wasn't written with the kanji for "hawk." Although the Kodansha manga translated it as "Hawk's Eye," the Viz dub and subtitles in Sailor Moon Eternal did not translate the phrase.