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Rashomon, Rashōmon or Rajōmon may refer to:
- Rajōmon can refer to either of two city gates, one in Nara and the other in Kyoto. Kurosawa's Rashomon is named after the Kyoto gate.
- Rashōmon (stalactite) (ja) a cave feature in Niimi
- Rashōmon (1911 film) - featuring Matsunosuke Onoe, one of nearly 1,000 films this actor made in 3 years
- Rashomon (film), a 1950 Japanese film directed by Akira Kurosawa, based on two stories by Akutagawa
- Rashomon (album), an album by Taiwanese singer Show Luo in 2010
- Rashōmon (Ningen Isu album) (ja) album by the Japanese heavy metal band Ningen Isu (The Human Chairs)
- Rashomon (song) (zh), a cantopop song by Hong Kong singers Juno Mak and Kay Tse in 2015
- Rashōmon (Noh play) (c.1420), a famous Noh play about a man ascending the gate to find a demon
- Rashomon (play), a 1959 English-language play written by Fay Kanin and Michael Kanin, based on the film.
- Rashomon (Thai play) a 1973 Thai-language play composed by the famous Thai writer and politician Kukrit Pramoj, based on Kurosawa's film
- Rashomon (opera), a 1996 English-language chamber opera by Argentine composer Alejandro Viñao, based on Kurosawa's film
- "Rashōmon" (short story), a short story by Ryūnosuke Akutagawa first published in 1915
- Rashomon Gate: A Mystery of Ancient Japan, a 2002 novel written by I. J. Parker
- Police Station Rashōmon (ja) manga by Masao Yajima and Akira Nakayama, and then a TV drama based on it
- Rashomon effect, a psychological effect named by Karl G. Heider.
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