In Popular Culture
- The Fujiwara clan is featured prominently in The Pillow Book, by Sei Shōnagon.
- The Fujiwara clan is featured prominently in Little Sister, "The Nightingale", and The Heavenward Path by Kara Dalkey.
- In the manga and anime Hikaru no Go, the protagonist Hikaru Shindo learns Go from the ghost of a Go genius from the Heian period, Fujiwara no Sai.
- The Fujiwara clan is featured as a playable faction in Total War: Shogun 2's expansion The Rise of the Samurai.
- In the series of games known as the Touhou Project, there is a character named Fujiwara no Mokou, who was a member of the Fujiwara clan long ago and is implied to be the daughter of Fujiwara no Fuhito.
- In the manga Mahō Sensei Negima, the character Konoka Konoe is a member of the Fujiwara clan.
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