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Sailor Guardians Take Down Energy-Sapping Foe at Universal Studios

posted on by Lynzee Loveridge
Exclusive merchandise planned for March 16 launch

The brand new story behind the upcoming "Sailor Moon: The Miracle 4D" show at Universal Studios Japan in Osaka was a mystery, that is until today. The staff announced new details about the event on Tuesday, revealing that the Sailor Guardians will face an energy-sapping foe that targets the happiness of the theme park.

Visitors can buy their own magical weapons, including a replica of Sailor Moon's Cutie Moon Rod that glows in five different colors. The orb portion of the rod was changed to imitate the world from Universal Studio's logo. The park will also sell a Luna P case, T-shirts, hair accessories, purses, pins of Sailor Moon's magic weapons, candy tins shaped like Sailor Moon's brooches, and a necklace of Chibi-Usa's Space Time Key and Silver Crystal.

Some of the items, like the Luna-P case, are included with the park's Sailor Moon Express Pass. The pass adds photo opportunities with Tuxedo Mask and the Sailor Guardians. Theme park visitors can find food inspired by the Guardians at the Beverly Hills Boulangerie station and take pictures with the five original guardians at the Wonder Pix station.

The theater show "Sailor Moon: The Miracle 4D" will launch at the theme park on March 16 and run until June 24. The Sailor Moon: The Miracle 4D attraction is part of the larger Universal Cool Japan 2018 line-up. Sailor Moon joins Detective Conan, Final Fantasy, and Monster Hunter for a fun-filled experience.

The theme park held its Shonen Jump exhibitions this summer. That featured 4D attractions for Dragon Ball Z and JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, a water battle, two restaurants, and a stage play for One Piece, and a talk show for Gintama' The park also has other temporary themed attractions such as "Dragon Quest The Real" and "Yo-kai Taiso The Real," based on Yōkai Watch.

Source: Comic Natalie

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