Hachidori no yosei -- the term used in the Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon SuperS Movie Memorial Album to refer to the faeries Perle and Poupelin. It means "hummingbird faerie." The faeries turn into hummingbirds when their flutes are destroyed.
Hammer Price Shrine -- a pawn shop owned by Makoto Hanmatsuura, which has been in his family for over eighteen generations. He has been told since childhood that if the shop was ever destroyed, a demon would be released. But greedy land developers push him to sell his land, and they destroy the shop, releasing an evil spirit. Eventually the spirit is destroyed by Makoto, who dresses in a tuxedo calling himself Tubby Kamen, and a large building with the Hammer Price Shrine symbol on it is built on the land.
Happy Valley Sailor Moon
Harvard Elementary School -- the elementary school that Rini attends in the English dub. Known as Juuban Elementary School in the Japanese original.
Haydn -- In episode 005, Sailor Moon tells the youma that "The father of music, Haydn, is angry." Luna corrects her, saying that J.S. Bach is actually the father of music. It is important to note that no one composer has been universally accepted as the "father of music," although many composers have been honored with this title, such as William Byrd and Giovanni Palestrina.
Heart Buster -- Eudial's Heart Crystal extraction rifle.
Healer Star Power, Make Up -- The phrase that Kou Yaten yells to transform into Sailor Star Healer. It is this phrase that transforms him into his true female form, and into her senshi form.
Heavy Metal Papillon
Hell House -- the embassy in which Lyrica Hubert lives is sometimes called the Hell House, because it is reputed to be haunted. No one has lived there for years, until Lyrica comes along. In the anime, it appears in the third part of the SuperS Special, "ChibiUsa no Bouken! Kyoufu, Kyuuketsuki no Yakata" ("ChibiUsa's Adventure! The Dreaded Vampire Castle"). In the manga, it appears in Volume 5, in the first of ChibiUsa's Picture Diaries and is called the embassy for the U Country.
Henshin -- means "transform." This is sometimes heard in the context of "Henshin Yo!" which is what the senshi often yell when it is time to transform from their civilian forms to their senshi, or "sailor," forms.
Henshin Brooch -- the brooch that Usagi/Serena uses to transform into Sailor Moon in the first season. It was given to her by Luna, and is a gold brooch with a crescent moon inside a circle engraved on the front with multi-colored jewels around the corners. To activate it, she yells, "Moon Prism Power, Make-up!" It finally began to fail her, however, during the end of the first season, due to her lack of desire to be Sailor Moon and her wish to remain a normal girl. It completely shattered during the battle with the cardian Racey, causing her to revert back to her human form. Later, in her encounter with Queen Serenity, what little that remained of it was combined with the Ginzuishou, creating a new brooch called the Crystal Star. This first brooch is also called a transformation brooch.
Henshin Pen -- one of the pens that the senshi use to transform. Each senshi's Henshin Pen has the sign of her planet on top of it. These pens are used in the first season. Also called Transformation Pens.
Henshin Stick -- one of the sticks that the senshi use to transform. There are two types of these wands. The first was used in Sailor Moon R and Sailor Moon S, and has a star engraved with the sign of its bearer's planet engraved in it. The second was used in Sailor Moon SuperS and Sailor Stars, and has wings and an engraved star on it. Also called henshin wands, transformation sticks, or transformation wands.
Henshin Wand -- one of the sticks that the senshi use to transform. There are two types of these wands. The first was used in Sailor Moon R and Sailor Moon S, and has a star engraved with the sign of its bearer's planet engraved in it. The second was used in Sailor Moon SuperS and Sailor Stars, and has wings and an engraved star on it. Also called henshin sticks, transformation wands, or transformation sticks.
Hercules -- cat who appears only in the anime in episode 31. He saves Luna from a band of alley cats by acting much like a sort of Tuxedo Mask as a cat (he even throws a fish skeleton like Tuxedo Kamen's rose!). He develops a crush on Luna, and has psychic powers. He is also the carrier of the purple Rainbow Crystal, and he turns into a youma when Zoisite removes it. In this form, he looks like a huge darker blue cat, and it is in this form that he resists the evil urges within himself and saves Luna again - otherwise, he would have killed her. He is later healed by Sailor Moon. He has blue-ish hair and is very overweight. In the Japanese original, his name is Red Battler. He also appears in episode 35, just lying on the ground in the background.
Heroine Addition -- a competition for young stars held in episode 114 which both Minako Aino and Mimete participated in. The winner of the competition would have the chance to star alongside the young idol actor and singer Araki Jinta in his next movie. When Mimete lost, she instructed the daimon U Tahimee to extract the star's Heart Crystal. See also: Jinta Araki, U Tahimee.
Higher Self -- an album by the new idol singer Koichi Komoto around the time that the girls were taking their high school entrance exams. It was to come out on 21 December.
Hillside Hotel -- The Hillside Hotel was a hotel with a view of the pier which appeared briefly in episode 042. Katarina (who had been brainwashed by Kunzite) met Minako there in an attempt to get her to reveal the other Sailor Senshi's true identities. The attempt failed and Minako left, so Kunzite caused Katarina to transform into the youma Papillon and chase after her.
Hinako Kanamaru -- seiyuu for Karakuriko-chan, the lemures who appeared in episode 128.
Hissatsu Love Me Moon Chain -- The attack used by Sailor Venus when she was disguised as Sailor Moon in episode 102.
Holy Grail -- the chalice that is formed in the anime by the three talismans to allow Sailor Moon to become Super Sailor Moon. The person who can use it is the Messiah, who can save or destroy the world with it. It is destroyed by Mistress 9. In the manga, it is created by the power of the 8 senshi together, and is not destroyed, but called for every time Sailor Moon wants to become Super Sailor Moon. There are two of these in the manga, one for ChibiUsa and one of Usagi.
Honjou-san -- the victim of Cere Cere's lemures JaraJara Madamoiselle whose Dream Mirror was taken.
Hoshi ni Takusu Yume to Roman! Taiki no Henshin
House of Fortune
Hummingbird faerie -- the term used to refer to the faeries Poupelin and Perle from the Sailor Moon SuperS Movie. When his flute is destroyed, he turns into a hummingbird and flies away. The Japanese term is hachidori no yosei.
Hurdle Kick -- an attack used by the daimon Hurdler in episode 106 which allowed her to leap over or outrun the attacks directed at her by the Sailor Senshi with great ease.
Hurdle Line -- an attack used by the daimon Hurdler, who appeared in episode 106. In this attack, she used a chalk wagon, a device used to mark chalk boundaries on athletic fields, to release a long stream of chalk which would surround her enemies and solidify, thereby tying them up and incapacitating them.