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Fujita (written: 藤田, 富士田 or 冨士田) is a common family name in Japan. It may also refer to the following.
- Atsushi Fujita (born 1976), a Japanese long-distance runner
- Emi Fujita (born 1963), a Japanese singer
- Fujita zaibatsu, a Japanese Osaka-based zaibatsu
- Kazuyuki Fujita (born 1970), a Japanese mixed martial arts fighter
- Kyohei Fujita (1921–2004), a Japanese glass artist
- Maiko Fujita (born 1984), a Japanese singer, first single "Koi ni Ochite", theme of game "Hiiro no Kakera"
- Masahisa Fujita (born 1943), a Japanese economist
- Nobuo Fujita (1911–1997), Warrant Flying Officer of the Imperial Japanese Navy; conducted the only wartime aircraft bombings on the continental United States
- S. Neil Fujita (1921–2010), an American graphic designer
- Saichiro Fujita (1886–1976), the second Japanese Bahá'í
- Saki Fujita (born 1984), a Japanese voice actress
- Scott Fujita (born 1978), an American NFL linebacker
- Seiko Fujita (1898-1966), a Japanese martial artist and Ninja
- Shouzou Fujita (born 1927), a Japanese political theorist
- Tetsuya Fujita (1920–1998), meteorologist, of "Fujita scale"
- Toshiya Fujita (born 1971), soccer player
- Toshiya Fujita (director) (1932–1997), film director
- Tsuguharu Foujita or Fujita, (1886–1968), Japanese artist, who spent much of his career in France
- Yukihisa Fujita, Japanese member of parliament
- Yuzan Fujita, Governor of Hiroshima Prefecture
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