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Rei HINO


 

Alternative names:

Raye Hino
火野 レイ
ひの レイ

Tags:

Esper, Hotspur, Human, Student, Shrine Maiden, Bossy, Magical Girl, Psychic Powers, Secret Identity, Teenager, Tsundere, School Uniform, Bow

Information:

Gender: Female
Age: 14
Birthday: 17. April
Eye colour: Purple
Hair colour: Violet
Hair length: Past Waist
Birthday: April 17
Blood Type: AB
Hobby: Reading, fortune telling
Favorite Sport: Track and Field events
Favorite Colors: red and black
Favorite Class: Ancient Writing
Least Favorite Class: Modern Society
Favorite Foods: Fugu, Thai cuisine
Least Favorite Food: Canned asparagus
Hopes To Go To: the deep sea
Habit: When she looks at people, she watches them patiently
Special Skill: Meditation
Pet she wants to raise: Iguana
Dislikes: Television
Motto: Do not depend on men!
Favorite Stone: Ruby
An elegant miko (shrine maiden), called Raye in the English version and Raya in the French version. Because of her work as a Shintô priestess, Rei can sense and dispel evil even in civilian form. When she transforms into Sailor Mars, she can also manipulate fire. She is very serious and focused, but although easily annoyed by Usagi's flightiness, cares about her very much. Rei is portrayed as boy-crazy in the early anime, but is uninterested in romance in both the manga and live-action series. She attends a private Catholic school, separate from the other girls.
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Related anime:

Sailor Moon TV, 1992
Sailor Moon R TV, 1993
Sailor Moon R: Make-Up! Sailor Senshi Movie, 1993
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon R: Make Up! Sailor Senshi Other, 1993
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon R: The Movie Movie, 1993
Sailor Moon S TV, 1994
Sailor Moon S Movie: Hearts in Ice Movie, 1994
Sailor Moon SuperS Plus: Ami's First Love Movie, 1995
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Super S Specials TV-Special, 1995
Sailor Moon Super S TV, 1995
Sailor Moon SuperS Movie: Black Dream Hole Movie, 1995
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon SuperS Gaiden: Ami-chan no Hatsukoi Special, 1995
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon: Sailor Stars - Hero Club OVA, 1996
Sailor Moon Sailor Stars TV, 1996
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Memorial OVA, 1998
Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Crystal Web, 2014
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon: Crystal ONA, 2014
Moon Pride Music Video, 2014
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon (2014) TV, 2014
Sailor Moon Crystal Season 3 TV, 2016

Related manga:

Codename Sailor V Manga, 1991
Sailor Moon Manga, 1992
Codename: Sailor V Manga, 1993
Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Short Stories Manga, 2004

Voice actors:

Michie Tomizawa, Japanese
Rina Satou, Japanese
Katie Griffin, English
Cristina Valenzuela, English
Emilie-Claire Barlow, English
Julia Haacke, German
Éva Dögei, Hungarian
Claude Chantal, French
Liat Har-lev, Hebrew

Related characters:


Sailor Mars, Alternative Form