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Get a Closer Look at the New Super Sailor Moon S.H. Figuarts

posted on by Lynzee Loveridge
Sailor Moon Crystal miniature fake food displays set for stores, too

Bandai first previewed its upcoming Super Sailor Moon S.H. Figuarts at Wonder Festival last month. The super heroine is now available for preorder in her powered up costume, and bundles the Spiral Heart Moon Rod and Holy Grail accessories. The figures will ship in July.

Bandai already released original Sailor Moon, as well as Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, Venus, Uranus, Neptune, Saturn, and Chibi Moon. Pluto is currently in the works, along with a series of figures based on the Sailor Moon Crystal designs.

If you want to make a cute cafe diorama with your figures, the Sailor Moon 20th Anniversary site is listing the Sailor Moon Crystal Cafe Sweets Collection of miniature fake food items. The sets are in the same line as the recently revealed Sweets Mascot trinkets.

The sets are all organized into tiny character-themed treats. It includes:

Sailor Moon A fuku-inspired napkin holder, a Sailor Moon and Luna parfait, a tiny parfait spoon, and a Luna mug filled with coffee.

Sailor Mercury A fuku-inspired napkin holder, a sculpted jello mold of Sailor Mercury, a tiny spoon, a tart, and chocolate shaped like a chess piece.

Sailor Mars A teapot and matching cup and saucer, a cookie display, and a spoon.

Sailor Jupiter A piece of cherry pie modeled after her lace-up boots, a creamer cup, a green drink, and a fork.

Sailor Venus A pancake shaped like Artemis' head with a Sailor V mask made out of apples, an Artemis mug, and a fork and knife.

Afternoon Tea Set Includes a mini cake display, sweets, tongs, and a plate.

Chibiusa Chibiusa and Luna-P ice cream, a matching cup, a fork, and a menu.

Romance Cake A rose cake with Princess Serenity and Prince Endymion toppers, a cake display, and a rose and black top hat decoration.

The sets will go on sale on May 25 and cost 600 yen (about US$5) each.

Source: Comic Natalie, Nijimen


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