Here’s a roundtable discussion with the voices of the Amazon Trio from the Sailor Moon Eternal filims

Sailor Moon Eternal - Amazon Trio Roundtable Discussion - Shota Aoi, Satoshi Hino and Toshiyuki Toyonaga

Last week there was a roundtable with the voices of the Amazoness Quartet and this week, on December 27th, a similar live event took place on Cinema Today YouTube channel featuring the voices of the Amazon Trio! This 23 minute event included never previously seen images of the Amazon Trio, though we had previously seen some of the images from this clip during the Amazoness Quartet roundtable. You can watch the clip on YouTube which is embedded below.

The event features Shota Aoi, the voice of Fish Eye, Satoshi Hino, the voice of Tiger’s Eye, and Toshiyuki Toyonaga, the voice of Hawk’s Eye. For convenience the subtitles are the colour of each character’s hair!

Sailor Moon Eternal - Amazon Trio Roundtable Discussion - Satoshi Hino the voice of Tiger's Eye

As I don’t speak Japanese I can’t give much context to anything discussed here but it is always fun to see what the voice actors behind a character look like beyond a simple headshot! Which one of the Amazon Trio is your favourite?

Sailor Moon Eternal - Amazon Trio Roundtable Discussion - Toshiyuki Toyonaga the voice of Hawk's Eye

Sailor Moon Eternal Part 1 will be released in theatres in Japan on January 8th 2021 with Part 2 coming shortly afterwards on February 11th. Though there is some justified speculation about the movies coming to Netflix at some point this has not yet been officially confirmed.

Sailor Moon Eternal - Amazon Trio Roundtable Discussion - Shota Aoi the voice of Fish Eye

Get caught up with the series before the films are released by using the Amazon links below or streaming the episodes on Crunchyroll or Hulu in the US or on Tubi in Canada. It might also be a good idea to read or reread the Dream Arc of the manga which these movies are based on. In the latest Eternal Edition of the Sailor Moon Manga, by far the highest quality version we’ve gotten, the Dream Arc is contained in volumes 7 and 8 which collect Acts 39, Eclipse Dream, through 49, Earth and Moon Dream, as well as some side stories.


Keep reading for more images from this event including those screenshots of the Amazon Trio which we saw at the Amazoness Quartet event.

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