|Occupation:||Daimon under the supervision of Kaolinite|
|First Anime Appearance:||Usagi in Tears! Glass Shoes for Her Birthday|
|First Manga Appearance:||N/A|
|First PGSM Appearance:||N/A|
|Actors:||Konami Yoshida (anime), Mary Long (dub), Melissa Fahn (Viz dub)|
Cenicienta had the appearance of a muscular, armored woman made of glass. Despite her appearance, she had a very high-pitched voice. She could transform her right arm into a sword in order to attack. She could also breathe shards of glass to render her opponents solid, or trap people inside other glass structures or walls.
- "Cenicienta" is the Spanish name for Cinderella, which is why this Daimon was associated with glass slippers.
- She was one of the few monsters-of-the-day to appear in more than one episode.
- Cenicienta frequently appended her speech with "shienta" (シエンタ), the Japanese pronunciation of the latter part of her name.
- Cenicienta appeared in two forms in the video game Sailor Moon: Another Story. She first appeared as the first enemy and boss that Sailor Moon fought when rescuing Naru at Osa-P, and later could be encountered inside the train at the Tokyo train station. A silver-colored version of Cenicienta appeared outside of Kainess Village. The Bishoujo Senshi Translations patch of the game named the first version "Perisan-Cut" and the second one "WScenicienter."
- Although Cenicienta had a high-pitched voice in the original version, in most of the foreign-language dubs she was given a deep voice. The Portuguese and Korean dubs were the only foreign-language dubs that gave Cenicienta a high-pitched voice.