Artist, Writer, & Lyricist
We know that Naoko wrote and drew the Sailor Moon manga, but did you know that she also had a hand in the anime as well?
Many of those catchy songs from the anime were written by Naoko. She also wrote some of the poems and prologues that the Senshi
recite on the CDs. Here's some of the Sailor Moon songs she has written.
Ai No Megami No How To Love (The Goddess of Love's How to Love): Minako's image song from Sailor Stars
Ai Wo Shinjiteru (I Believe in Love): Usagi's image song from Sailor Stars
Ashita Mo Mata Jitensha (Bicycle Again Tomorrow): Ami's image song from Sailor Stars
Chikara Wo Awasete (Combining Strengths): Taiki's image song
Ginga Ichi Mibun Chigai Na Kataomoi (Unrequited Love a Station Apart in the Galaxy): Seiya's image song
Golden Queen Galaxia: Sailor Galaxia's image song
Honoo No Sogekisha (Flame Sniper): Rei's image song from Sailor Stars
Hottokenai Yo (We Can't Leave You Alone): a song from the original SM series before Sailors Jupiter and Venus were discovered
I Am Sailor Moon: Usagi's song from the R movie; it's also the song Mimet was singing to in SMS episode # 114
Initial U: Haruka's image song from Sailor Stars
Mayonaka Hitori (Alone at Midnight): Yaten's image song
Nagareboshi He (To the Shooting Star): the first song sung by the Three Lights
Princess Moon: the second end song used for the series
Rashiku Ikimasho (I'll Go As Myself): theme song for the animated short "Ami-chan No Hatsukoi"; it was originally shown
with the SuperS movie
Route Venus: Minako's image song from SMSS; it's the song she plays for the children in episode # 154
Sailor Star Song: the second opening song for the series; it replaced Moonlight Densetsu for the Sailor Stars season
Sailor Team No Theme (Sailor Team's Theme): from the soundtrack of the SMS movie; it's also the song played in SMSS episode
Senshi No Omoi (Feelings of a Soldier): Michiru's image song from Sailor Stars
Todokanu Omoi~My Friend's Love~ (Feelings that Cannot be Delivered): the Three Lights' second song
Tuxedo Mirage: ending song for the S season; it can also be heard as BGM in many episodes
We Believe You: Makoto's image song for Sailor Stars
Takeuchi Naoko has written many other manga besides Sailor Moon. This is a short list of some of her other manga. All names
are in Japanese format.
Love Call (1986): a sweet story about love and pre-paid phone cards
Maigo No Swing (1988): slow student Mima develops a crush on her tutor.... But is he involved with her older sister?
Boku No Pierce Girl (1989): inseparable twins must deal with a potential boyfriend coming between them
July Marmalade Birthday (1989): when Miina receives a jar of expensive marmalade for her birthday, she wonders
if her long-time friend Amari is the "prince" who sent the present
Maria (1989 - 1990): based on the book "Daddy-Long-Legs"
Miss Rain (1990): the story of the sad teen idol Kuramitsu Rena , who seems to bring rain wherever she goes
The Cherry Project (1990 - 1991): Asuka Chieri (aka Cherry) loves to ice skate. It seems like a dream-come-true
when she meets and falls in love with her idol, Tsukuki Masanori. The only problem is, does he love her too?
Code Name wa Sailor V (1991 - 1997): the original sailor-suited soldier goes up against the villains of the Dark
Kingdom (note: while Sailor V's story line takes place before and up to Act 7 of Sailor Moon, it was published irregularly)
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon (1992 - 1997): Naoko's best known work, it chronicles the sailor-suited soldiers as
they save the world from evil and create a new peace
Rain Kiss (1997): Minazuki Shigure, the class dunce, falls for the class brain. Unfortunately, he only has studying
on his mind...
PQ Angels (1997): Peanut and Kyuuri are on a secret mission until they get side-tracked by two handsome boys.
What are two girls with the ability to morph into roaches to do? (Unfortunately, we may never know, since the series is unfinished)
Princess Takeuchi Naoko's Return-to-Society Punch!! (1998 - 1999): after her year-long hiatus, Naoko returns with
a manga that describes her life during and after the Sailor Moon phenomenon. Includes wedding wishes from the voice actors
of Sailor Moon