Kabura Pen -- the name of one of the fountain pens that the daimon U Henshuu uses in episode 113. She calls out the name of the pen, then throws it at her opponent. This pen is also called Sharp Pen. The other pens are Round Pen and G-Pen (Water Pen).
Kakko no yosei -- the term used in the Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon SuperS Movie Memorial Album to refer to the faeries Orange and Banane. It means "cuckoo faerie." The faeries turn into cuckoo birds when their flutes are destroyed.
Kakusui Yakushiji-- A young priest who Makoto trained with for a while because she was having difficulties with her powers. He was attacked by Eudial in episode 105, but was saved by Sailor Jupiter when she killed the attacking daimon with a combination of Sparkling Wide Pressure and some very powerful words he had said to her earlier.
Kamoi-san -- the victim of Cere Cere's lemures TogeToge Madamoiselle. TogeToge refused to eat Kamoi-san's Dream Mirror because she said it was dirty, but Cere Cere tried to force feed it to her.
Karen Bernstein -- the English voice actress for Sailor Mercury in the first 82 episodes. She also did the voice of Hello Kitty in Hello Kitty.
Kari -- the English name that was originally proposed for Sailor Venus in her civilian form. However, the name decided upon for her was Mina. In the Japanese original, she is called Minako Aino.
Katsutoshi Yamada -- a young man who appeared in episode 98 with a great enthusiasm for motocross racing. He was attacked by the daimon Tiayaan because of his pure heart. While still seated on a motorcycle that the daimon had been fused with, she took him by surprise and managed to successfully extract his Heart Crystal. It was returned to him by Sailor Neptune, after she attacked the daimon with Deep Submerge.
Kekkou Medicines -- Kekkou Medicines is the pharmaceutical company that produces a product called Genkirin. Genkirin appears only in episode 007. A poster for the product featuring the famous idol Mikan Shiratori can be seen in the window of a drug store that Usagi passes on her way to school. Later, Gurio Umino says that he has a poster, and that they can be bought on the internet.
Kelvin -- [Spanish] the Spanish name for Umino Gurio, known as Melvin in the English version.
Kenji Ota -- one of Usagi Tsukino's eight grade classmates who appeared in episode 2. He and Usagi both attend Juuban Junior High School.
Kinmoku Fusion Tempest -- Sailor Kakyuu's attack where she makes a powerful hurricane of flowers. Much more powerful than Sailor Jupiter's Flower Hurricane, it appeared in Act 49.
Kinmoku Star Power, Make-Up -- What Sailor Kakyuu says to transform. This phrase appears in the manga only, in Act 39, Volume 18.
Kirsten Bishop -- the English voice actress for Zoisite, Emerald, and Kaori Night (Kaolinite).
Kisenian Flower -- the Xenian flower is often mistakenly called the "Kisenian" flower. The correct name is "Xenian," as shown in Roman letters on the LD cover. For more information on this character, please see the entry for Xenian Flower
KiSS Dolls -- something like paper dolls for your computer. Download the viewing program, and a few dolls, then change your doll's outfits, hair, and accessories. Highly addictive!!
Kitakata -- Fish Eye's first victim, in episode 137. He is an artist and writer who is infatuated with faeries, and so Fish Eye decides the best way to approach him is to be a faerie. Fish Eye uses the lemures Tsuna-Wataro, a tight roping lemures.
Kitty Magic -- What Rini says to have Luna P transform into a useful object. This has been used to make the Luna Ball transform into many items, including, but not limited to: an umbrella, a milk bottle, a mirror, a fan, a slingshot, a parachute, and a tennis racket. The name of this magical phrase in the Japanese Original was "Luna-P Henge" or "Luna-P Magic." In the DiC dub, it is also called "Kitty Power".
Kitty Power -- What Rini says to have Luna P transform into a useful object. This has been used to make the Luna Ball transform into many items, including, but not limited to: an umbrella, a milk bottle, a mirror, a fan, a slingshot, a parachute, and a tennis racket. The name of this magical phrase in the Japanese Original was "Luna-P Henge" or "Luna-P Magic." In the DiC dub, it is also called "Kitty Magic".
Kodomotachino yumemamore! Animeni musubu yuujou
Koichi Komoto -- the hot new idol singer around the time that the girls are studying for their high school entrance exam. The girls were looking forward to his new album, Higher Self, which was going to be on sale 21 December. He had a feature in the magazine Tokimeki Genki Kids, and the girls told Ami that Mercurius, her rival, looked like him.
Koino irasuto, Usagi to Mamoru ga sekkin?
Koisarete owarete! Luna no saiakuno hi
Kousagi -- star of "Parallel Moon", a short parody Naoko Takeuchi wrote of Sailor Moon. She is not part of the main story and is not intended to be, but in Parallel Moon, she is the second daughter of Sailor Moon.
Kurahiko Ohara -- the husband of Mimi Ohara and father of An Ohara, who was the owner of the cat Nijizuishou carrier Rhett Buttler. He appeared in episode 31.
Kuro -- Kuro means "black." This is the name that Seiya gives Luna in episode 178, before he knows who she really is.