- Yamamoto (Spriggan), head of ARCAM's Japanese branch in Spriggan
- Shigekuni Yamamoto-Genryūsai, the General (sotaicho) and 1st Division Captain (ichibantai-taicho) in the Bleach manga and anime
- Aki Yamamoto from the anime Colorful
- Lt. Commander Yamamoto, the first officer in the anime series, The Irresponsible Captain Tylor
- Takeshi Yamamoto, a swordsman and a Vongola Guardian from the anime Reborn!
- Yamamoto Yoko from the anime Starship Girl Yamamoto Yohko
- Julie Yamamoto from Ben 10: Alien Force
- Yamamoto Yueniang of The Little Nyonya
- Megumi Yamamoto from the anime Special A
- Jun Yamamoto from the anime Special A
- Kimi Yamamoto from the Sisters of the Sword series.
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