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Shojo may refer to: Japanese alcohol spirit
- Shōjo (少女), the Japanese word for "young girl". This word is often romanized as either shojo (without a macron) or shoujo
- Shōjō (猩々 or 猩猩), in Japanese mythology, refers to a sea spirit with red face and hair and a fondness for alcohol
- Shōjō (猩々 or 猩猩), a less common Japanese word for orangutan
- Shojo (処女), the Japanese word for "female virgin"
- Shojō (書状), the Japanese word for letter (message)
- Shojo Beat, an English-language shōjo magazine published by Viz Media from 2005 to 2009
- Shōjo Comic, a shōjo magazine published by Shogakukan since 1968
- Shōjo Friend, a shōjo magazine published by Kodansha from 1962 to 1996
- Shōjo Sekai, one of the earliest shōjo magazines in Japan published from 1906 to 1931
- Shōjō-ji, a Buddhist temple in Yugawa, Japan
- Shōjo manga, manga with a target demographic of young or teenaged girls
- Shōjo Sect, an adult manga series by Ken Kurogane
- "Shōjo Robot", a song by Rie Tomosaka
- Shōnen, the Japanese word for "young boy" or "youth"
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