I think it's time we take a trip, tell me where.
Jupiter Storm by Marti Dumas
Tell me where you wanna go ah you want go I got an idea what you think about this Jupiter Love Girl you know that you the shh Ain't nobody gotta tell ya Natural body fragrance is such a sweet aroma Oh how I love being inside your love You lookin too good For me not jump all over you So good That's exactly what I wanna do Let me hold ya heart, show me where to start Its amazing how you shine in the dark [Hook 2X] I think its time we take a trip to the bed can we go there Girl yo body's talking and I'm loving what's she said Don't you be afraid to Let me elevate you I wanna Welcome you to super weeew..
Jupiter Love Eeeew now that we are here The stars are all aligned Its unbelievable So incredible Give me your love Ho ho ho ho ho ho hooo You love Welcome to super duper Jupiter Love [Hook 3X] I think its time we take a trip to the bed Girl yo body's talking and I'm loving what she said Don't you be afraid to Let me elevate you Welcome you to suuuper.. Jupiter Love. It has a long skirt, which when coupled with her curly hair, was a common visual cue for a tough or delinquent girl at the time the series was created.
She always wears pink rose earrings and a green hair tie that decorates her ponytail. One of the most consistent characters across the many versions of the series, Makoto is always depicted as simultaneously the most masculine and feminine of the four Guardian Soldiers. Her most closely held dream is to get married and own a cake and flower shop. Her domestic talents are explained as a deliberate effort to overcome her tomboyishness. She insists that she is not the least bit feminine, and seems surprised and touched when someone tells her she is.
This dual nature comes from a need to be self-sufficient: her parents died in an aviation accident as a child and she has since then looked after herself. She is self-sufficient almost to a fault, and gets shocked when an airplane passes overhead. In the anime adaptation, Makoto lives alone. In Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon , Makoto's parents' death is told in a flashback in Act 6, but how they died is not mentioned. Makoto has at least one former boyfriend , which is the importance of this subplot.
Her senpai is mentioned only once or twice.
In the anime adaptation Makoto is extremely boy-crazy. Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon is an integral part of why Makoto feels she needs to be alone. Makoto is generally attracted to Motoki Furuhata , especially in the anime, but only in the live-action show do they become close. As a character with different incarnations, special powers, transformations and extended longevity; a really long ageless lifetime virtually spanned between the Silver Millennium era and the 30th Century, Makoto gains multiple aspects and aliases as the series progresses.
Makoto's Soldier identity is Sailor Jupiter.
She wears a sailor suit colored in green and pink, with rose-shaped earrings and green, laced-up boots with height just above the ankles. In the manga and live-action series she has a belt carrying a small ball of potpourri. Although the Roman planet-name is used, Sailor Jupiter's dominant element is wood  due to this aspect of Japanese mythology. She is by far the physically strongest of the Sailor Soldiers, able to lift a full-grown man above her head,  even while ice skating  or to stop a stone pillar from falling.
It does not appear in the live-action series. As she grows much stronger and more powerful, Sailor Jupiter gains additional special abilities and powers, and at key points her Sailor Soldier uniform changes to reflect this.
The first change takes place in Act 37 of the manga, when she obtains the Jupiter Crystal and her outfit becomes similar to that of Super Sailor Moon. She is not given a new title. A third, manga-only form appears in Act 42, unnamed but analogous to Eternal Sailor Moon sans wings. She was among those given the duty of protecting Princess Serenity of the Moon Kingdom.
As Princess Jupiter, she dwelt in Io Castle and wore a green gown—she appears in this form in the original manga, as well as in supplementary art. Makoto is portrayed as unusually strong for a teenage girl,  but like the other Sailor Soldiers, she must transform in order to gain access to her celestial powers. In the manga, Sailor Jupiter's first named attack is Flower Hurricane , which is immediately followed by calling down lightning.
Sometimes, before performing the attack she would call out "Waga shugo Mokusei yo!
Arashi wo okose! Kumo wo yobe!
Ikazuchi wo furaseyo! Brew a storm! Call the clouds!
Bring down the lightning! Although she channels this power, she is not immune to its effects, and can use her body to focus the electricity in a suicide move. In the second story arc Sailor Jupiter gains Sparkling Wide Pressure , an attack consisting of a lightning ball  which, aside from a manga-only power called Jupiter Coconut Cyclone , remains her primary attack for the rest of the second story arc, all of the third, and much of the fourth.
When she takes on her second Soldier form Super Sailor Jupiter in the anime , she acquires a special item, a wreath of oak leaves, which is described in the manga as "the emblem of thunder and lightning. Sailor Jupiter's earrings, large pink roses, are occasionally significant. She wears them in both her Soldier and civilian forms, and can use them as a projectile weapon if she needs to. The former is Makoto's Sailor Crystal and the source of all of her power, which becomes especially important in the fifth story arc. In the live-action series, she frequently uses unnamed electric attacks, and is given a tambourine -like weapon the Sailor Star Tambo by Artemis.
Makoto is present in the original proposal for a hypothetical Codename: Sailor V anime, but her name is given as Mamoru Chino. Creator Naoko Takeuchi confirms that this character eventually became Makoto, and writes that the original concept was quite different—Makoto was not only tough, but in fact was meant to be the leader of a female gang as well as a smoker. Sailor Jupiter's original costume design, like the others', was fully unique.
It featured buckles, very long gloves, blue and yellow highlights, a bare lower torso, and a profusion of thin, dark pink ribbons—along with a face-plate and communicator. Later, Takeuchi was surprised by these sketches and stated that she did not remember drawing them. Possible meanings include "truth", "fidelity", and "sincerity". The given name "Makoto," however, is a unisex name usually given to boys, but is sometimes given to girls; its use here highlights Makoto's tomboyishness. Also, child actress Misho Narumi portrays Makoto in flashbacks, dream sequences, and childhood photos.
In , readers ranked them at eleventh and fifth respectively, out of thirty eight choices. A five-book series was published, one book on each of the Sailor Soldiers and Sailor Moon. Makoto's was released in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Materials Collection.