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Sailor Mercury's appearance is similar to her manga and anime appearances.
In older musicals her fuku and overall colour was much darker. Her bow is sometimes a dark purple and her underskirt is a lighter blue. Her boots are sometimes wellingtons with extensions to make them look like her original boots. Her shoulder pads are also blue in early musicals. When her boots are more similar to her manga and anime ones, they either have the original white trimming, or two golden lines.
Sailor Mercury, like all Sera Myu senshi has gold trimmings on her bows, shoulder pads, gloves, skirt, belt, fuku and collar.
This outfit never appear after Sailor Moon S - Henshin - Super Senshi e no Michi (Kaiteiban).
The second version was essentially faithful to her "Super" version in the manga and anime. At first her front bow, back bow, and glove fittings were light blue, and her collar, boots, and choker were cerulean. Her skirt had two layers, the top one cerulean and the bottom one light blue. Later versions of the costume changed her glove fittings to cerulean instead of light blue. Her choker ornament was a golden star with an cerulean circle and the Mercury symbol in the center. The brooch on her front bow was a heart-shaped blue gem ringed in gold. Her earrings were three large blue studs.
In the musicals, Sailor Mercury was played actresses by Ayako Morino, Yukiko Miyagawa, Hisano Akamine, Mariya Izawa, Chieco Kawabe, Manami Wakayama, Miyabi Matsuura, Momoyo Koyama, and Yume Takeuchi. She had one image song, "Drive Me The Mercury."