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Haruka TEN'OU


 

Alternative names:

Sailor Uranus
Amara TENOU
天王 はるか
てんおう はるか
セーラーウラヌス

Tags:

Human, Mahou Shoujo, Gloves, Tiara, Collar, Bow, Skirt, Earrings, Teenager

Information:

Gender: Female
Blood type: B
Eye colour: Blue
Hair colour: Yellow/Blonde
Hair length: To Ears
Height/size: 1.76m
Nationality: Japan
Birthday: 27 January
Astrological Sign: Aquarius
Blood Type: B
Hobby: Racing
Favorite Sports: Track and Field
Favorite Color: Gold
Favorite Class: Physical Education
Least Favorite Class: Modern Language Arts
Favorite Foods: Salad
Least Favorite Food: Natto
Hopes To Go To: Heaven
Habit: Pouts
Special Skill: Snobbish remarks
Has trouble with: Men
Favorite Stone: Amber
Haruka is a stubborn, protective individual, but is also strong-willed, capable, charming, and occasionally even doting. She is formally introduced in the third story arc, although she appears in silhouette alongside Sailor Neptune in the final episode of Sailor Moon R. When transformed, she is known as Sailor Uranus, and is part of the group known in Fanon as the Outer Senshi.
Haruka is a racecar driver, even though she is barely sixteen years old when she appears. However, the timing of her birthday to the Japanese school year means she is one grade ahead of the Inner Senshi.
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Related anime:

Sailor Moon S TV, 1994
Sailor Moon S Movie: Hearts in Ice Movie, 1994
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Super S Specials TV-Special, 1995
Sailor Moon SuperS Movie: Black Dream Hole Movie, 1995
Sailor Moon Super S TV, 1995
Sailor Moon Sailor Stars TV, 1996
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon: Sailor Stars - Hero Club OVA, 1996
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Memorial OVA, 1998
Sailor Moon Crystal Season 3 TV, 2016

Related manga:

Sailor Moon Manga, 1992

Voice actors:

Megumi Ogata, Japanese
Junko Minagawa, Japanese
Sarah Lafleur, English
Szabolcs Seszták, Hungarian
Piroska Simonyi, Hungarian
Anke Korte, German
Philippe Ogouz, French