As you’ve probably read in one of my Japan posts, we were able to drop by at the Sailormoon exhibit in Roppongi Hills’ Mori Tower an hour before it closes. I think it was a good timing because we had the exhibit all to ourselves lol.
The Five Chapters of Sailormoon
The exhibit has five chapters, but you can only take pictures in Chapter 1 (and the wedding exhibit at the middle). Chapter 5 is the store and the rest displayed rough sketches of the manga, old kiddie rides, official costumes of the musical, and other official merchandise.
To be frank, it was kinda gloomy and difficult to take photos because they’ve already reduced the lighting. They probably didn’t expect guests at closing time on a rainy night.
Here are some closeup shots of the items inside the glass display (around the standees).
The mini TVs are showing some games, anime OSTs, and other visual. It was nostalgic to see Sailormoon in animated pixel version, too.
The only area you’re allowed to take pictures beyond Chapter 1 is around these life-size statues. #WeddingGoals? The details on Usagi’s dress are amazing. (*_*)
The only thing I regret about this visit is we didn’t go earlier to try some food at Chibiusa Cafe, which is beside the exhibit. There were still customers, but the resto is already closing when we arrived. Huhu.
Mori Art Museum is on the 53rd floor of Mori Tower, Roppongi Hills. The entrance is 1,800 yen. There are staff on standby who will assist you upon buying a ticket, so don’t be afraid to get lost on your way up.