Masamune in Popular CultureSee also: People of the Sengoku period in popular culture
- Masamune is one of the playable characters in Koei's Samurai Warriors videogame series.
- Masamune is an unlockable character in Pokémon Conquest (Pokémon + Nobunaga's Ambition in Japan), with his partner Pokémon being Rufflet and Braviary.
- Date Masamune was featured in Capcom's Sengoku Basara videogame series.
- Date Masamune is the true identity of Bontenmaru, a recurring character in the manga Samurai Deeper Kyo.
- Professional wrestling promotion Osaka Pro Wrestling features two wrestlers using the ring names Masamune and Hideyoshi, who together form the tag team "Sengoku".
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