I had to add the synonym ‘rabbit’ for the radical 兑 (‘guard’), because it looks more like a rabbit to me. So 説 is a talking rabbit (he’s giving a talk on set theory), and 脱 is a moon rabbit (don’t ask).
You’re of course free to study with WK however you want. But it’s worth noting that WK will teach you Library as a radical in lv 31 扁. So naming a different radical library might cause you some issues later on.
There’s a door over the bookcase. That makes this a library!
Quite possible since Sailor Moon is much older and better known. The problem: I don’t know much about the Sailor Moon series at all. Hahaha.
As for that Mondaiji series… I just happened to come across it on Crunchyroll during a period where I was watching tons of isekai anime, and I was pleasantly surprised by the fact that I enjoyed it. (The moon rabbit in that series is really memorable because she has an important role, even if she’s not really one of the protagonists. That and… she gets targeted in a lot of the jokes too. )
To be clear, mind, Sailor Moon is named Tsukino Usagi (literally “rabbit of the moon”) purely because the Japanese do see a rabbit in the moon. Where the west sees the man in the moon, Japan (and China et al) see a rabbit making rice cakes.
(Her name in the English dub, Serena, is intended to maintain that connection to the moon - Selene is the goddess of the moon in Greek mythology.)
I thought it was common knowledge, so I was a bit confused by the responses
I think I learned about it from Dragon Ball back in the late 80s early 90s (can’t remember). San Goku puts a rabbit-like character (and his henchmen) on the moon, where they start making mochi. Also they can breath, for some reason.