Sailor Moon Crystal Box Sets 3, 4, and 5 Out in Japan!

Hello Sailor Moon Fans!

Now the end of Crystal season 1 is over and Season 2 is among us,  it is noticed  that the box sets for season 1 are still coming out. Box Set 3 of Sailor Moon Crystal, which includes episode 5-6 came out on December 10, 2014.

Box Set 3 of Crystal features the lovely Hino Rei/Sailor Mars on the box.


Sailor moon Blu-Ray 3

Like most of the box sets from before, this one comes with the Box Packaging, the Mars Heshin/Transformation pen charm for the charm bracelet from box set 1, as well as the 24 page colored booklet.  The set goes for 7020 Yen after taxes (about $60.00) on the sales website CD Japan.


Box set 4 of Sailor Moon Crystal features the lovely Kino Makoto/Sailor Jupiter on the box.  Box Set 4 was released January 14, 2015. It includes episodes 7-8 of the first season.

Sailor Moon Crystal Blu-Ray 4 JAN 14 2015Box Set 4 comes with the Box packaging, the Jupiter Heshin/Transformation Pen Charm for the Charm bracelet as well as its own 24 page color booklet. It is priced at 7020 Yen after taxes (about $60) on the sales website CD Japan.


Finally, Box set 5 of Sailor Moon Crystal was released on February 11, 2015. It features the lovely Aino Minako/Sailor Venus on the cover, just in time for Valentines Day. It contains episodes 9-10 of the first season.

Sailor Moon Blu-Ray 5 Feb 2015

Box set 5 comes with the box packaging, the Venus Heshin/Transformation Pen Charm for the Charm bracelet as well as its own 24 page color booklet. It is priced at 7020 Yen after taxes (about $60) on the sales website CD Japan.


It should be noted that these are the Limited Edition Blu-Ray box sets. The regular Blu-Ray sets are 4500 Yen (About $38) and the regular DVD sets are 3500 Yen (About $30). These can be accessed from the limited edition pages. These come with just the DVD.


I have currently not found dates for box sets 6 and 7 but once I find out, I will update with those dates.

Sera Myu: Petite Étrangère Coming to DVD


Coming January 28th (As of this article its now past) is the release of the recent Sera Myu Musical “Petite Étrangère” which came out in summer 2014 in Japan. For us Moonies out in the US, the musicals are unfortunately still out of our reach for actually attending unless you visit the country, but the DVD is the next best option in this case. The more recent musical is based off of the Sailor Moon R storyline that the upcoming Sailor Moon Crystal season will be covering (coming to a Crunchyroll source nearest you) which features the debut of Chibi Usa into the story along with Sailor Pluto, one of the Outer Senshi.

Extras include a behind the scenes making of feature that shows how the musical was made, a “party” video and commentary from the from some of the main cast of the show.

Currently the DVD is released at 8,424 Yen (70 dollars US) and was released the same time as Momoiro Clover Z’s new song “Yume no Ukiyo ni Saitemina” which is a song that was collaborated by Rock and Roll Hall of Famers, KISS. For those who are interested, the DVD is available on this link.

Viz Media Releases Sailor Jupiter and Sailor Venus Voice Clips

Viz Media has released four voice clips on their Youtube page in the past month, showcasing the last two of our original line of five Sailors, Jupiter and Venus!

Our first introduction to Sailor Jupiter is a clip from her very first appearance in episode: “Jupiter, the Powerful Girl in Love”. Amanda Celine Miller plays our outgoing tomboy, Makoto, as she finds out she’s a Sailor Guardian and helps blast away the monster of the day.


Joining Amanda, Cherami Leigh makes her debut as Sailor Venus in a clip from “Let’s Become a Princess: Usagi’s Bizarre Training” where the Dark Kingdom targets Usagi, Rei and Minako (Venus) after they fail to pass an etiquette test.

There are two more clips on the Viz Media page, another scene from Jupiter’s introduction episode where Usagi and Makoto have a conversation over lunch, and one more clip of Minako from “Usagi’s Confusion: Is Tuxedo Mask Evil” where she shares a quiet moment with Usagi, trying to cheer her new friend up.

Also, Viz has posted the second half of season one’s dub on Hulu for a limited time! Check it out while you still can, and remember to preorder your season one, part two sets!
For U.S. Amazon shoppers, you can preorder the combo pack, or DVD only set here. Amazon.Ca shoppers can preorder the DVD set here, and the Blu Ray combo pack here!
Rightstuf has sold out of their gift with purchase combo pack sets, but still have the regular Blu Ray/DVD combo packs, and a DVD edition for preorder, hitting the streets February 10th, 2015! Preorder here for the combo pack and here for the DVD set. Rightstuf also is selling a combination set containing both parts one and two(the DVD/Blu Ray combo packs), with the part one Limited Edition chipboard box and part two, you can preorder that here!
As a quick note for curious fans: while part one had a limited edition set that came with a box to hold both parts, part two is only available in the two regular editions.

Sailor Moon Crystal Limited Edition Blu-Ray Box Set 2 Released in Japan

The Sailor Moon Crystal Limited Edition Blu-Ray Box Set 2 is officially out in Japan. The box set showcases a 24-Page Full Color Booklet, the second charm for the bag chain charm set from DVD Box Set 1 (In the Shape of the Mercury Transformation Pen/Heshin Wand), as well as the disc case which showcases artwork of Sailor Mercury/Ami Mizuno. Box Set 2 will include episodes 3&4 of the series. The Box Set is going for ¥7020 after taxes (about $80.00) on the sales website CD JAPAN

The regular Blu-Ray and DVD will be released in Japan on December 10, 2014 as shown on the merchandise website Sailor Moon Collectibles as well as on CD Japan. It will retail for ¥4860 for the Blu-Ray and ¥3780 for the DVD .

Sailor Moon Season One, Part One Viz Unboxing Video & Season One, Part Two Release Date

A few weeks ago, Viz Media posted a video on their Youtube page showing off the packaging for the Sailor Moon Season One, Part One Blu-Ray and DVD sets! Both sets include the first twenty three episodes, with remastered footage and both the new dub and original Japanese track.


Both sets have a pink color scheme, featuring a shot of Sailor Moon on the front cover. The Limited Edition set includes a foil board box that is designed to hold Season One, Part Two and also contains an eighty page booklet filled with character art and song translations for the opening and endings. It also has many bonus features, including behind the scenes clips and an art gallery! The DVD set has gold foil stamped corners, and has less bonus features, just convention highlights and trailers.


Set One Standard Combo Pack

For those looking for something a little less costly than the Limited Edition set, or might not be able to pick it up before it’s gone, we have good news! A Standard Edition Blu-Ray/DVD combo pack is up for preorder! It includes the same bonus features as the Limited Edition set, but will not come with the artbox or booklet. Also, while the DVD set and Limited Edition set will be released November 11th, this combo pack has a release date of November 25th.

That’s not all! Mark your calendars for February 10th, 2015, the day that Sailor Moon Season One, Part Two will be released on Blu Ray/DVD combo pack, and its DVD counterpart! While the DVD set only promises convention highlights as its only bonus feature, the combo pack is once again loaded with extras. Art galleries, cosplay team interviews, convention highlights and a feature titled ‘Moonlight Memories, Part One’. According to the Youtube video, it’s a segment where “It’s a trip down memory lane. Talking to various people involved in Sailor Moon about their favorite memories involving Season One”.

Just like Part One, Part Two will have a limited gift with purchase to go with orders until they run out if you order through Rightstuf. This gift with purchase is a set of reversible cards featuring the Sailor Guardians and Tuxedo Mask on the front, with Queen Beryl and the other Dark Kingdom villains on the back


You can purchase any of these sets, or a set that contains Part One and Part Two of the DVD/Blu-Ray combo packs here:

Rightstuf (US)

Amazon (US)

LE Combo Pack (Amazon, CA)

SE Combo Pack (Amazon, CA)

DVD Set (Amazon, CA)