Fun Link Friday: The real-life shrines of Sailor Moon

If you’re revisiting classic Sailor Moon or watching Sailor Moon Crystal, check out Rurousha’s post on the Tokyo shrines that appear in the manga and anime.

Image by Rurousha.

Image by Rurousha.

The shrine is written 火川 in the manga, but it’s 氷川 in real life. Interesting difference: 火 is fire, 氷 is ice, both can be pronounced hi. The kanji 川, kawa, is river. Sailor Mars’s element is fire, hence that change.

Check the full post out here.

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