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Encyclopedia > Princess Kakyuu
Sailor Moon character
Created by Naoko Takeuchi
Played by (See below)
Aliases Princess Kakyuu
Sailor Kakyuu (manga)
Affiliations Sailor Senshi
Sailor Starlights
English adaptation
Name Princess Kakyu (manga)
Aliases Sailor Kakyu (manga)

Princess Kakyuu (火球皇女 Kakyū Purinsesu?)[1] is a fictional character from the fifth arc of the Sailor Moon series. Her name means "Fireball." Image File history File links Kakyuu. ... Naoko Takeuchi (武内直子 Takeuchi Naoko), born March 15, 1967, is a manga artist who lives in Tokyo, Japan. ... The Sailor Team and Chibichibi. ... The Sailor Starlights is a group of three fictional characters introduced in the final story arc of the Sailor Moon metaseries. ... Alice, a fictional character based on a real character from the work of Lewis Carroll. ... The anime series logo, which translates to Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon: Sailor Stars Sailor Stars is the shortened title of Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon: Sailor Stars ), which is the fifth and final major story arc in the anime Sailor Moon. ... For the title character, see Sailor Moon (character) and for the first story arc, see Sailor Moon (arc). ...

Kakyuu is the princess of Kinmoku, a fictional planet outside of the solar system. She is said to smell like the blossoms from the Orange Osmanthus olive tree, which are a recurring motif in her character design. The name of her planet is a pun on the name of these fragrant olives, which are called kinmokusei in Japanese--the suffix sei, when added to Kinmoku, means "planet" or "star." When Kakyuu first introduces herself, she calls her specific kingdom Tankei, a homonym of another word which also means the Orange Osmanthus olive tree. The exploration of other worlds is one of the most enduring themes of science fiction. ... This article is about the Solar System. ... Species About 30 species; see text. ... For other uses, see Pun (disambiguation). ...

Kinmoku is also the home of the Sailor Starlights, who are Kakyuu's protectors and spend much of the story searching for her. The details of their collective story vary between the manga and the anime. The Sailor Starlights is a group of three fictional characters introduced in the final story arc of the Sailor Moon metaseries. ... The first cover of the Sailor Moon manga, February 1992. ... The Sailor Moon anime series , Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon) was co-produced by TV Asahi, Toei Agency and Toei Animation. ...



Sailor Kakyuu attacks using Kinmoku Fusion Tempest. Her puffy sleeves, bare midriff, and petal-like skirt are unique features of her costume as a Senshi.

At some point before the story begins, Kinmoku is attacked and destroyed by Sailor Galaxia, leaving almost no survivors. Kakyuu herself travels to Earth and hides within an incense burner protected by a small child, ChibiChibi. Having lost contact with her, the Sailor Starlights follow behind, searching desperately. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Sailor Galaxias evil form as seen in Sailor Stars Sailor Galaxia is a fictional character in the Sailor Moon metaverse. ... This article is about Earth as a planet. ... Incense is composed of aromatic organic materials. ... ChibiChibi ) is a fictional character in the fifth story arc of the Sailor Moon metaseries. ...

Kakyuu is injured in the battle with Galaxia, and cannot reveal herself until her wounds are healed. She travels to Earth because she senses the birth of the Silver Moon Crystal (which is an evolution of the original Silver Crystal) there. She turns out to be Sailor Kakyuu, and reveals to Sailor Moon that her own lover had died in the war against Galaxia. To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... The Mystical Silver Crystal as it first appears. ... Usagi Tsukino , or Serena in the English versions) is the protagonist of the Sailor Moon metaseries as well as its title character, best known by her pseudonym, Sailor Moon ). She is the de facto leader of the series primary heroines, the Sailor Senshi. ...

She eventually accompanies Sailor Moon to Zero Star Sagittarius to confront Galaxia, but is brutally killed by Sailor Chi. She dies in Sailor Moon's arms, saying that she want to be reborn, maybe in a world without war, but at the very least to be with everyone again. The List of Sailor Moon locations tries to enumerate the most important locations found in the world of Sailor Moon, an anime/manga metaseries set mostly in a fictionalized version of Tokyo, Japan. ... Shadow Galactica ) is a fictional organization from the Sailor Moon metaseries. ...

In the anime, no mention of battle-wounds is made, and her purpose in going to Earth is to find the "Light of Hope" and hide from Galaxia. During her time under Chibichibi's care, she is aware of the Sailor Starlights searching for her, but cannot reveal herself too soon. She finally emerges to save Sailor Moon and the others from a black hole and resumes leadership of the Starlights.

The Starlights imply that, like Sailor Moon, Kakyuu has the power to restore a Phage to its original form. They claim that they have to kill them as that is all they can do with without her.[2] This power is never shown.

Not long after Kakyuu is found, Galaxia appears in battle and personally takes Princess Kakyuu's star seed. (Unlike the manga, Kakyuu never transforms into a Senshi form, although she is shown to have a "true star seed.") Kakyuu sets up a forcefield that is able to block Galaxia's attacks for a short time, but it does not save her. Before dying, Kakyuu sees in a vision that ChibiChibi herself is the Light of Hope. After Sailor Moon defeats Chaos, Princess Kakyuu is revived. She and her Starlights return to their home to rebuild and start over. Just as the name suggests, this charming fellow was the final enemy of Sailor Moon, and he vowed to utterly destory the universe. ...

Senshi powers

In the manga only, Princess Kakyuu transforms into Sailor Kakyuu.

  • Kinmoku Star Power, Make-up! — Used to change into Sailor Kakyuu.
  • Starlights Royal Straight Flush! — Sailor Kakyuu summons many cards, which fly off and hit the enemy.
  • Kinmoku Fusion Tempest! — Sailor Kakyuu spins around as Osmanthus olive blossoms surround her, blinding and attacking the enemy. Similar to Sailor Jupiter's Flower Hurricane attack. In the musicals, the Starlights use a similarly-named group attack called Starlights Fusion Tempest.

Henshin ) is the Japanese phrase for transformation. It is also a visual sequence for transformation prevalent in Japanese media, in both tokusatsu and anime. ... Makoto Kino , or Lita in the English versions) is one of the central characters in the Sailor Moon metaseries. ...


  • In the original Japanese anime series, Princess Kakyuu is voiced by Sakiko Tamagawa.[3]
  • In the musical version, Princess Kakyuu has been played by 2 actresses: Sakoto Yoshioka and Ai Toyama.

Sakiko Tamagawa (玉川 紗己子 Tamagawa Sakiko, born January 20, 1962) is a seiyu (voice actor) who was born in Tokyo. ...


  1. ^ Takeuchi, Naoko (October 1999). Materials Collection. Kodansha. ISBN 4-06-324521-7. 
  2. ^ Episode 173
  3. ^ Doi, Hitoshi. Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon. Retrieved on October 6, 2006.

The head office of Kodansha Kodansha Limited ) is the largest Japanese publisher of literature and manga, headquartered in (Bunkyo), Tokyo. ...

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  Results from FactBites:
Princess Kakyuu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (598 words)
Princess Kakyuu (Kakyū, or fireball) is a fictional character in the Sailor Moon series.
Kakyuu was the princess of Kinmoku (the suffix -sei, meaning planet or star, is optional), which was also home to the Sailor Starlights.
Kakyuu's power was shown to be purely defensive, as she set up a power forcefield that was able to block Galaxia's attacks for a short time.
Characters -- Princess Kakyuu (745 words)
Princess Kakyuu appears out of the little incense burner that Chibichibi carried around and kept at Usagi's house, eliminates the fl hole released by Sailor Lead Crow, and holds Usagi in her arms as her Starseed merges back into her body.
Kakyuu actually managed to hold Galaxia back long enough to save the Starlights from harm, but in the end Galaxia managed to steal her Starseed (cackling delightedly in her glory while she was at it).
Kakyuu is still calm and sweet in the manga, but definitely has a bad ass side with a senshi transformation and two attacks, which she uses against Sailors Chi and Phi, killing one of them.
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