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12th Apr '16 2:42:18 PM Eievie
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(Sounds like "O-Joe". Or Eau-djeau if you speak French.)

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(Sounds (Pronounced like "O-Joe". ''o-joe''. Or Eau-djeau ''eau-djeau'' if you speak French.)



The reason for that is that while she is often rich, and occasionally even an actual BlueBlood, the key point is that other people ''treat her'' like royalty, whether or not she actually is. Sometimes an Ojou can actually attain her status simply by personality alone (often in [[{{Joshikousei}} high school settings]] where she is probably a SchoolIdol), by being so heavily idolized that a fanclub springs around her, elevating her to a status far above that of those around her, while leveling violent reprisals against any who would treat her as a commoner. Oftentimes, a wealthy Ojou is found in a leading role in the AbsurdlyPowerfulStudentCouncil. In fact, her wealth is often the HandWave explanation for the absurd power: they ''[[ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney make]]'' [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney the rules because they have money]].

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The reason for that is that while she is often rich, and occasionally even an actual BlueBlood, the key point is that other people ''treat her'' like royalty, whether or not she actually is. Sometimes an Ojou can actually attain her status simply by personality alone (often in [[{{Joshikousei}} high school settings]] where she is probably a SchoolIdol), by being so heavily idolized that a fanclub springs around her, elevating her to a status far above that of those around her, while leveling violent reprisals against any who would treat her as a commoner. Oftentimes, a wealthy Ojou is found in a leading role in the AbsurdlyPowerfulStudentCouncil. In fact, her wealth is often the HandWave explanation for the absurd power: they ''[[ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney make]]'' ''make'' the rules because [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney the rules because they have money]].
28th Mar '16 9:59:30 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* Sumire Kanzaki from ''VideoGame/SakuraTaisen'' fits the second category to a T. Beautiful, talented and rich, she has no problems reminding others of these facts.


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* Sumire Kanzaki from ''VideoGame/SakuraWars'' fits the second category to a T. Beautiful, talented and rich, she has no problems reminding others of these facts.
15th Feb '16 1:07:13 AM SamCurt
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* ‘’Manga/PleaseTellMeGalkoChan'' has a girl who just have "Ojou" as her nickname. While we don't know much about how much money she has, we know her lunchs are always in tiered lacquerware bento boxes and made by the family chef, and the entire family have ''custom-made lingerie''.

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* ‘’Manga/PleaseTellMeGalkoChan'' ''Manga/PleaseTellMeGalkoChan'' has a girl who just have "Ojou" as her nickname. While we don't know much about how much money she has, we know her lunchs are always in tiered lacquerware bento boxes and made by the family chef, and the entire family have ''custom-made lingerie''.
15th Feb '16 1:02:58 AM SamCurt
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* ‘’Manga/PleaseTellMeGalkoChan'' has a girl who just have "Ojou" as her nickname. While we don't know much about how much money she has, we know her lunchs are always in tiered lacquerware bento boxes and made by the family chef, and the entire family have ''custom-made lingerie''.
14th Dec '15 12:34:52 PM Koveras
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** Nanoha's [[ThoseTwoGuys two friends Suzuka and Alisa]] are ridiculously rich. You wouldn't guess how Nanoha, whose family has only a restaurant and a dojo (well, [[TriangleHeart3SweetSongsForever they are also mercenaries]]), got two rich girls with {{Big Fancy House}}s and too many pets, unless you know the backstory[[note]]Alisa bullied Suzuka, and Nanoha slapped Alisa in the face. Suzuka shouted they mustn't fight, and the three became friends[[/note]]. Well, both of them have pretty ordinary personalities.

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** Nanoha's [[ThoseTwoGuys two friends Suzuka and Alisa]] are ridiculously rich. You wouldn't guess how Nanoha, whose family has only a restaurant and a dojo (well, [[TriangleHeart3SweetSongsForever [[VisualNovel/TriangleHeart3SweetSongsForever they are also mercenaries]]), got two rich girls with {{Big Fancy House}}s and too many pets, unless you know the backstory[[note]]Alisa bullied Suzuka, and Nanoha slapped Alisa in the face. Suzuka shouted they mustn't fight, and the three became friends[[/note]]. Well, both of them have pretty ordinary personalities.
29th Nov '15 2:27:53 PM Gamermaster
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* Haru from ''Manga/{{Ojojojo}}''. It's right there in the title. She's the heiress of the Jigokumeguri Zaibatsu and is a deconstructed RichBitch (although she gets better as the story progresses).
29th Nov '15 2:13:04 PM Gamermaster
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* Victoria Dahlgrün from ''Manga/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaViVid'', one of Vivio's rivals in the Inter-Middle tournament.

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* Victoria Dahlgrün from ''Manga/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaViVid'', ''Manga/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaVivid'', one of Vivio's rivals in the Inter-Middle tournament.
28th Oct '15 2:39:42 AM rafi
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* Konoe Konoka and Yukihiro Ayaka (pictured above) in ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima''. Konoka [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Konoe_family probably]] [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Princess_Yoshiko_(Shin-Seiwa-In) trumps]] Ayaka, but she still manages to be the least [[MosesInTheBullrushes royal person]] in her dorm room.
** Setsuna refers to Konoka as 'ojou-sama', as she is the daughter of the head of the Kansai Magic Association.
** Also Evangeline, who lives in a gorgeous BigFancyHouse and is served by Chachamaru there. [[spoiler: She also was a more normal "Ojou", aka a high-ranked membress of a Scottish clan, before she became a vampire by the Lifemaker.]]
** In a throwaway phrase [[spoiler: after she gets a Pactio from Negi]], Kotaro mentions that Chizuru Naba is an {{Ojou}} as well. The Nabas seem to be [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heavy_industry into heavy industries]], so they're are likely to be a part of a ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keiretsu keiretsu]]'' (the sucessors of the [[ImperialJapan old-time]] ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zaibatsu zaibatsu]]''). What does this mean? That her family is on par with ''Ayaka's'' in riches and prestige. No wonder they're close friends and share the same dorm.
*** Confirmed after Ayaka [[spoiler: gets her pactio card and explains her business plans to help with Negi's Mars Terraforming project - the Naba's will be helping out financially (which indeed confirms Chizuru's {{Ojou}} standing)]].
* Satsuki Kiryuin from ''Anime/KillLaKill'' is a regal, dignified tyrant who, as president of the AbsurdlyPowerfulStudentCouncil, rules over Honnōji Academy with an iron fist.

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* Konoe Konoka and Yukihiro Ayaka (pictured above) in ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima''. Konoka [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Konoe_family probably]] [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Princess_Yoshiko_(Shin-Seiwa-In) trumps]] Ayaka, but she still manages to be the least [[MosesInTheBullrushes royal person]] in her dorm room.
** Setsuna refers to Konoka as 'ojou-sama', as she is the daughter
All of the head of the Kansai Magic Association.
girls attending Tokiwadai in ''Manga/ACertainScientificRailgun'' are called "ojou-sama" by pretty much everybody else.
** Also Evangeline, who lives in a gorgeous BigFancyHouse and is served by Chachamaru there. [[spoiler: She also was a more normal "Ojou", aka a high-ranked membress of a Scottish clan, before she became a vampire by the Lifemaker.]]
** In a throwaway phrase [[spoiler: after she gets a Pactio
Upon hearing that she's from Negi]], Kotaro mentions that Chizuru Naba Tokiwadai, Misaka is an {{Ojou}} as well. The Nabas seem to be [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heavy_industry into heavy industries]], so they're are likely usually assumed by everyone to be a part of RichBitch... until it turns out that she's a ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keiretsu keiretsu]]'' (the sucessors of the [[ImperialJapan old-time]] ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zaibatsu zaibatsu]]''). What does this mean? That her family is on par [[{{Tsundere}} deredere]] NiceGirl with ''Ayaka's'' in riches and prestige. No wonder they're close friends and share the same dorm.
*** Confirmed after Ayaka [[spoiler: gets her pactio card and explains her business plans to
a heaping help with Negi's Mars Terraforming project - the Naba's will be helping out financially (which indeed confirms Chizuru's {{Ojou}} standing)]].
* Satsuki Kiryuin from ''Anime/KillLaKill'' is a regal, dignified tyrant who, as president
of the AbsurdlyPowerfulStudentCouncil, rules over Honnōji Academy with an iron fist. LittleMissBadass [[PersonOfMassDestruction for those who don't get it]].



* ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'''s Integra Hellsing. Walter, her BattleButler, even [[LampshadeHanging calls her]] 'My Princess' at one point. You know, right after he [[spoiler:betrays her]].
* Androssi, Maschenny and Yeon from ''Webcomic/TowerOfGod''.
* B-Ko Daitokuji from ''Anime/ProjectAKo''. Enough money and manufacturing capability to build multiple HumongousMecha ''overnight''.
* Asuna Kujo from ''Manga/MaisonIkkoku''.
* Michiru Kaioh (Sailor Neptune) from ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' is an interesting example of this, in that it is never stated that she is actually filthy rich, and we never have any idea who her parents are, but the fact that she owns a Stradivarius violin and a gigantic condo with its own aquarium (with Haruka) and is a world-famous violinist and painter in her own right (enough so to get double-billing with the world-famous pop sensation The Starlights in the ''Stars'' season of the [[Manga/SailorMoon 90s anime]]) still makes her part of this trope. In fact, Usagi, in a memorable episode, wherein she is feeling she is not classy enough or worthy enough of Mamoru, stumbles upon Haruka and Michiru in a theater in a park, where Michiru is up on stage playing her violin and looking classy, and then proceeds to [[CrowningMomentofAwesome bounce a lemon on her violin while playing it with her eyes closed]]; Usagi declares Michiru to be the "ideal Princess" and pitifully follows her around for the rest of the episode, hoping she'll get some of it by osmosis or something. Michiru also, notably, has a mirror which always shows her the truth and has the ability to sense when things are coming, and has wavy, aquamarine hair. It was clearly mentioned in the [[Manga/SailorMoon manga]] that both she and Haruka are rich, not as much as Hotaru's and Rei's fathers, but had loads of money. Specifically through a good number of patrons.
** Rei Hino (Sailor Mars) is also an ojou. She goes to a private Catholic school and her dad's a big politician. Much more in the manga and [[Series/PrettyGuardianSailorMoon live-action]], though: in the first anime, she's a lot more HotBlooded.
* Kumiko Yamaguchi in ''Manga/{{Gokusen}}'' is the granddaughter and heir presumptive of a {{yakuza}} boss and is called ''ojou'' when at home.
* Himemiya Chikane in ''Manga/KannazukiNoMiko''.
* Christine "Chris" Robbins from ''Manga/ItazuraNaKiss'' is the perfect example of a non-Japanese ojou. Her mother is a beautiful, famous actress from Hollywood, her father is the president of a major bank, and she has ties with nobility. [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles,_Prince_of_Wales Charles]] was even invited to her wedding.
* Aeka and Sasami in ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' both count, though Aeka comes to mind first.
* Fujino Shizuru in ''Anime/MaiHime'', one of the rare ''ojou'' with lighter-colored hair.

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* ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'''s Integra Hellsing. Walter, her BattleButler, even [[LampshadeHanging calls her]] 'My Princess' at one point. You know, right after he [[spoiler:betrays her]].
* Androssi, Maschenny and Yeon
Mayu Miyuki from ''Webcomic/TowerOfGod''.
* B-Ko Daitokuji from ''Anime/ProjectAKo''. Enough money and manufacturing capability to build multiple HumongousMecha ''overnight''.
* Asuna Kujo from ''Manga/MaisonIkkoku''.
* Michiru Kaioh (Sailor Neptune) from ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' is an interesting example of this, in that it is never stated that she is actually filthy rich, and we never have any idea who her parents are, but the fact that she owns a Stradivarius violin and a gigantic condo with its own aquarium (with Haruka) and
''Manga/AiYoriAoshi'' is a world-famous violinist type 2, and painter in her own right (enough so to get double-billing with the world-famous pop sensation The Starlights in the ''Stars'' season something of the [[Manga/SailorMoon 90s anime]]) still makes her part of this trope. In fact, Usagi, in a memorable episode, wherein she is feeling she is not classy enough or worthy enough of Mamoru, stumbles upon Haruka and Michiru in a theater in a park, where Michiru is up on stage playing her violin and looking classy, and then proceeds to [[CrowningMomentofAwesome bounce a lemon on her violin while playing it with her eyes closed]]; Usagi declares Michiru to be the "ideal Princess" and pitifully follows her around for the rest of the episode, hoping she'll get some of it by osmosis or something. Michiru also, notably, has a mirror which always shows her the truth and has the ability to sense RichBitch when things are coming, and has wavy, aquamarine hair. It was clearly mentioned in the [[Manga/SailorMoon manga]] that both she and Haruka are rich, not as much as Hotaru's and Rei's fathers, but had loads of money. Specifically through a good number of patrons.
** Rei Hino (Sailor Mars) is also an ojou. She goes to a private Catholic school and her dad's a big politician. Much more in the manga and [[Series/PrettyGuardianSailorMoon live-action]], though: in the first anime,
she's not around Kaoru. She still gets a lot more HotBlooded.
* Kumiko Yamaguchi in ''Manga/{{Gokusen}}'' is the granddaughter and heir presumptive
bit of sympathy due to ParentalAbandonment.
** Aoi Sakuraba, only daughter
of a {{yakuza}} boss and wealthy family, is called ''ojou'' when at home.
* Himemiya Chikane in ''Manga/KannazukiNoMiko''.
* Christine "Chris" Robbins from ''Manga/ItazuraNaKiss'' is the
an almost perfect example of a non-Japanese ojou. type 1, and very much the YamatoNadeshiko. Her mother is bodyguard/tutor/foster-sister Miyabi, a beautiful, famous actress NinjaMaid without the {{Meido}} uniform, calls her "Aoi-ojou-sama" from Hollywood, her father is time to time, especially early in the president of a major bank, and she has ties with nobility. [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles,_Prince_of_Wales Charles]] was even invited to her wedding.
* Aeka and Sasami in ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' both count, though Aeka comes to mind first.
* Fujino Shizuru in ''Anime/MaiHime'', one of the rare ''ojou'' with lighter-colored hair.
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* Gowa Misuzu in ''Anime/{{Gasaraki}}''.
* The ''[[Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross Macross]]'' series possesses a few of these but plays with the trope some. Mylene Jenius in Anime/{{Macross7}} fits much of the bill for wealth [[spoiler: and eventually quasi-mystical power]], but she has an aversion to the responsibility and expectations her social position (daughter of a pair of war heroes) places on her and, aside from her sweet ride, dislikes flaunting her money too much; Sheryl Nome in ''Anime/MacrossFrontier'' is somewhat more traditional, although she usually conceals her identity in public to avoid being mobbed. Interestingly, both possess light hair, Mylene being cotton-candy pink and Sheryl being strawberry blonde.
* Ogasawara Sachiko in ''LightNovel/MariaSamaGaMiteru''.
** Actually, the vast majority of characters in the show are this, with Yumi being a notable (and purposeful) exception - even if they don't act the part, all the girls' families are filthy rich. Sachiko is the most extreme example in personality, however.
** Yumi is actually turning into the CloserToEarth version of the first type of Ojou. She's definitely got a set of fans that are rabid enough to give Touko hell once it obvious that the latter is being favored by Yumi to be her soeur.
*** Touko herself counts as a the second type. [[spoiler: Even if she's adopted.]] Actually, the Chinensis family seems to both attract and create Ojous.
* Mikage Aya in ''Manga/AyashiNoCeres'', another light-haired example.
* Umi Ryuzaki in ''Manga/MagicKnightRayearth''. Fuu Hououji and her sister Kuu also fit the bill, but they're both more modest and ladylike, whereas Umi goes out of the way to make sure we know it and even borders a bit on RichBitch at first.
* Mutsu Emiho in ''VisualNovel/FinalApproach''.

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* Gowa Misuzu in ''Anime/{{Gasaraki}}''.
Karen Ayanokouji from ''VisualNovel/AkaneIroNiSomaruSaka'' is this type of character. She has the curls, the laugh and tries very hard to please her classmates with her fortune, but ultimately ends up trying way too hard.
* The ''[[Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross Macross]]'' series possesses a few all-girl Fujigaya high school from ''Manga/AoiHana'' caters to students from wealthy families, which makes "normal" girl Akira feel out of these but plays with the trope some. Mylene Jenius in Anime/{{Macross7}} place at times. Kyouko fits much of the bill for wealth [[spoiler: right in though and eventually quasi-mystical power]], but she has an aversion also tends to the responsibility and expectations her social position (daughter of a pair of war heroes) places on her and, aside from her sweet ride, dislikes flaunting her money too much; Sheryl Nome in ''Anime/MacrossFrontier'' is somewhat more traditional, although she usually conceals her identity in public to avoid being mobbed. Interestingly, both possess light hair, Mylene being cotton-candy pink and Sheryl being strawberry blonde.
* Ogasawara Sachiko in ''LightNovel/MariaSamaGaMiteru''.
** Actually, the vast majority of characters in the show are this, with Yumi being a notable (and purposeful) exception - even if they don't
act the part, all part. Yasuko also comes from a wealthy background, but attends the girls' families are filthy rich. Sachiko middle-class Matsuoka high school. She is also much more tomboyish.
* Midori from ''Manga/AttackNumberOne'' starts out as a queenly if not a bit snobbish rich girl on
the most extreme example in personality, however.
** Yumi is actually turning
volleyball team, but progresses into a better sort of ojou who's more on the CloserToEarth version "graceful and gracious" end.
* The sweet-looking, wavy-haired [[MoeAnthropomorphism Belgium]] in ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'' subverts this: the "Meeting
of the first type of Ojou. She's definitely got a set of fans that are rabid enough to give Touko hell once it obvious that the latter is being favored by Yumi to be World" strip and anime has her soeur.
*** Touko herself counts
as TheOjou, some illustrations show her wearing very pretty dresses, and she already had quite a bit of money as a the second type. [[spoiler: Even if [[ChildProdigy pint-sized economic genius]] -- but characterization-wise, she's adopted.]] Actually, more of a tomboyish CoolBigSis.
** Monaco is a straighter example, though.
** Maria Theresa (yes ''that'' UsefulNotes/MariaTheresa) mixes this with TheHighQueen. So does Poland's old boss, Queen/King Jadwiga.
** Austria's Nyotalia form is also this, though she loses
the Chinensis family seems to both attract and create Ojous.
glasses.
* Mikage Aya in ''Manga/AyashiNoCeres'', another a light-haired example.
* Umi Ryuzaki in ''Manga/MagicKnightRayearth''. Fuu Hououji and her sister Kuu also fit the bill, but they're both more modest and ladylike, whereas Umi goes out of the way to make sure we know it and even borders a bit on RichBitch at first.
* Mutsu Emiho in ''VisualNovel/FinalApproach''.
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* Jinguuji Kanade in ''Anime/BestStudentCouncil''.
* Nanami in ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena''.
* Kurosaki Sayoko and Minazuki Mahiru in ''Manga/{{Mahoraba}}''. Kurosaki Asami's friend, known only as Sa-chan, tries to portray herself as an ojou as well, but whether she is or not is left an open question in the anime.
** In the manga, the answer is revealed. [[spoiler: She isn't - she just has a small inheritance and plays up the image in order [[AttentionWhore to get attention]].]]
* Kamishirou Rin and Kazetsubaki Kuriko in ''Anime/{{Maburaho}}''.
* Miki Hanakain in ''Manga/CheekyAngel''.
* Saya Takagi in ''Manga/HighSchoolOfTheDead''.
* Eri Sawachika of ''Manga/SchoolRumble'' goes by Ojou to several characters (most frequently Harima). Also a notable {{Tsundere}}.
* Meiko Akizuki in ''Manga/MarmaladeBoy'' fits the basic character type, though not the full stereotype: she has lighter hair and isn't a member of the Student Council (one of her love interests is the council president, though).
* Minto Aizawa in ''Manga/TokyoMewMew''.
* The ''Franchise/PrettyCure'' multiverse seems to like them, with Honoka (Cure White) from ''Anime/FutariWaPrettyCure'' and both Komachi (Cure Mint) and the aforementioned Karen (Cure Aqua) from ''Anime/YesPrettyCure5''. Then, there are Reika (Cure Beauty) from ''Anime/SmilePrettyCure'', and Alice (Cure Rosetta) from ''Anime/DokiDokiPrecure'', the latter being as rich as Karen. Both, Karen and Alice, are shown to have butlers.
** Itsuki (Cure Sunshine) from ''Anime/HeartcatchPrettyCure'' -- when the term is used, it's a giveaway that [[{{Bifauxnen}} he is really a she.]] [[UnsettlingGenderReveal "O-OJOUSAMAAAAAA?!"]]
** Hibiki (Cure Melody) from ''Anime/SuitePrettyCure'' subvert this. She's not as wealthy as the other examples, but she's obviously the wealthiest lead Pretty Cure, yet; her [[{{Tomboy}} tomboyish personality]] makes it a bit difficult to recognize this. Her parents are famous musicians and her house is fancier than her teammates'.
*** Ako (Cure Muse), the princess of Major Land, was used to live in a castle, but now she prefers to live with her grandpa Otokichi, the former king, in a small house.
* Mint Blancmanche of ''[[Anime/GalaxyAngel Galaxy]]'' ''[[VideoGame/GalaxyAngel Angel]]''. For some reason, Mint seems to be a popular name for Ojous.
* The dream-world version of Nagato Kaya in ''Mugen Densetsu Takamagahara Dream Saga''.
* Lottie and Sara in ''Anime/StrainStrategicArmoredInfantry'' both come from rich families, as, it is implied, do most to all Reasoners.
* Mami Honda from ''Manga/SuperGals!'' is ridiculously rich in the anime.
* Miyuki Takara in ''Manga/LuckyStar''; she lives in a [[BigFancyHouse mansion]], always at the top of the class, [[SpoiledSweet is extremely kind and polite to everyone]] despite her wealth and intellect, and her other friends go to an academy where they exchange greetings like those in ''[[LightNovel/MariaSamaGaMiteru MariMite]]''.
** Konata Izumi parodied this in an episode where she got addicted to Marimite.
* Katherine in ''LightNovel/KazeNoStigma'', from a "famous American fire mage family".
* Rue in ''Anime/PrincessTutu'', though she fits also into DarkMagicalGirl.
** Though Rue is revered as much for being the best dancer as she is for her aristocratic manner. And like all RealLife prima ballerinas, she pays for that skill in pain and blood.
* Saori Kido in ''Manga/SaintSeiya''. She's even called ''ojou-sama'' by her butler and some of the Saints in canon.

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* Kyoka Kanejo from ''Manga/BGataHKei'' belongs to the second variety, has this tropes in spades and throws in [[BrotherSisterIncest a unhealthy obsession]] for good measure. Oh, and a [[BigFancyHouse ludicrous mansion]]
%%*
Jinguuji Kanade in ''Anime/BestStudentCouncil''.
* Nanami in ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena''.
* Kurosaki Sayoko and Minazuki Mahiru in ''Manga/{{Mahoraba}}''. Kurosaki Asami's friend, known only as Sa-chan, tries to portray herself as an ojou as well, but whether she is or not is left an open question in the anime.
** In the manga, the answer is revealed. [[spoiler: She isn't - she just has a small inheritance and plays up the image in order [[AttentionWhore to get attention]].]]
* Kamishirou Rin and Kazetsubaki Kuriko in ''Anime/{{Maburaho}}''.
* Miki Hanakain in ''Manga/CheekyAngel''.
* Saya Takagi in ''Manga/HighSchoolOfTheDead''.
* Eri Sawachika of ''Manga/SchoolRumble'' goes by Ojou to several characters (most frequently Harima). Also a notable {{Tsundere}}.
* Meiko Akizuki in ''Manga/MarmaladeBoy'' fits the basic character type, though not the full stereotype: she has lighter hair and isn't a member of the Student Council (one of her love interests is the council president, though).
* Minto Aizawa in ''Manga/TokyoMewMew''.
* The ''Franchise/PrettyCure'' multiverse seems to like them, with Honoka (Cure White)
Kunugi-tan from ''Anime/FutariWaPrettyCure'' and both Komachi (Cure Mint) and the aforementioned Karen (Cure Aqua) from ''Anime/YesPrettyCure5''. Then, there are Reika (Cure Beauty) from ''Anime/SmilePrettyCure'', and Alice (Cure Rosetta) from ''Anime/DokiDokiPrecure'', the latter being as rich as Karen. Both, Karen and Alice, are shown to have butlers.
** Itsuki (Cure Sunshine) from ''Anime/HeartcatchPrettyCure'' -- when the term
''Anime/BinchouTan'', who is used, it's a giveaway that [[{{Bifauxnen}} he is really a she.]] [[UnsettlingGenderReveal "O-OJOUSAMAAAAAA?!"]]
** Hibiki (Cure Melody) from ''Anime/SuitePrettyCure'' subvert this. She's not as wealthy as the other examples, but she's obviously the wealthiest lead Pretty Cure, yet; her [[{{Tomboy}} tomboyish personality]] makes it a bit difficult to recognize this. Her parents are famous musicians and her house is fancier than her teammates'.
*** Ako (Cure Muse), the princess
also somewhat of Major Land, was used to live in a castle, but now she prefers to live with her grandpa Otokichi, the former king, in a small house.
* Mint Blancmanche of ''[[Anime/GalaxyAngel Galaxy]]'' ''[[VideoGame/GalaxyAngel Angel]]''. For some reason, Mint seems to be a popular name for Ojous.
* The dream-world version of Nagato Kaya in ''Mugen Densetsu Takamagahara Dream Saga''.
* Lottie and Sara in ''Anime/StrainStrategicArmoredInfantry'' both come from rich families, as, it is implied, do most to all Reasoners.
* Mami Honda from ''Manga/SuperGals!'' is ridiculously rich in the anime.
* Miyuki Takara in ''Manga/LuckyStar''; she lives in a [[BigFancyHouse mansion]], always at the top of the class, [[SpoiledSweet is extremely kind and polite to everyone]]
LonelyRichKid, despite her wealth and intellect, and her other friends go to an academy where they exchange greetings like those living in ''[[LightNovel/MariaSamaGaMiteru MariMite]]''.
** Konata Izumi parodied this in an episode where she got addicted to Marimite.
* Katherine in ''LightNovel/KazeNoStigma'',
a mansion loaded with {{meido}}s.
%%* Takami "Komo" Komoda
from a "famous American fire mage family".
* Rue in ''Anime/PrincessTutu'', though she fits also into DarkMagicalGirl.
** Though Rue is revered as much for being the best dancer as she is for her aristocratic manner. And like all RealLife prima ballerinas, she pays for that skill in pain and blood.
* Saori Kido in ''Manga/SaintSeiya''. She's even called ''ojou-sama'' by her butler and some of the Saints in canon.
''Manga/{{Bokurano}}''.



%%* Miki Hanakain in ''Manga/CheekyAngel''.
%%* Yurika from ''Manga/ChocottoSister''.
%%* Satella Harvenheit from ''Manga/ChronoCrusade'', who happens to be a redhead.
* ''Anime/CodeGeass'' has two, one on each side of the conflict (though neither one is directly involved in the fighting). Milly Ashford, the president of the school's AbsurdlyPowerfulStudentCouncil, whose family runs the academy everyone goes to. Kaguya Sumeragi was the head of a powerful house in Japan who, despite her young age, is treated much like a princess and has a high social status.
** Also, three of Milly's friends are also Ojous to some degree. Nina Einstein mixed this with ShrinkingViolet and later PsychoLesbian, Shirley Fenette was this and the NaiveEverygirl, and Kallen Kouzuki mixed the Ojou and IllGirl images when she was in school to cover up her ActionGirl escapades.
%%* Ai from ''Anime/CrayonShinChan''.
* The Suzuki sisters, Ayako (ProperLady) and Sonoko (mild SpoiledBrat) in ''Manga/DetectiveConan''.
** Also, ''many'' ojous show up in the different cases -- like Akie and Natsue Hatamoto (SpoiledBrat and ProperLady, respectively), Reika Yotsui (''massive'' RichBitch [[spoiler: who dies for it]]), Asuka Shibazaki (top model, daughter of a politician and another RichBitch [[spoiler: who also pays with her life]]), Ema Anzai (oil painter, member of a ''keiretsu'' and also a RichBitch [[spoiler: [[RuleOfThree ... guess what happens to her]]?]]), Etsuko Torakura (ProperLady, married into a rich family [[spoiler: via a cruel ScarpiaUltimatum]]), Naoko Takei (mix of ProperLady and LonelyRichKid [[spoiler: who is kidnapped due to her father's horrible sins]]), etc.¨
* Lucy Heartfilia from ''Manga/FairyTail'' grew up as one but she left because her father focused on his business instead of her to the point of neglect. That being said, no one in the Fairy Tail guild gives her preferential treatment and she prefers it that way.
* ''LightNovel/TheFamiliarOfZero'''s Louise Françoise Le Blanc de La Vallière is stuck in a school where EVERYONE is an ojou (or their male counterparts) because it's a school for royalty. She still expects high class treatment by everyone that's a plebian, [[EspeciallyZoidberg ESPECIALLY Saito]].
%%* Mutsu Emiho in ''VisualNovel/FinalApproach''.
* Mint Blancmanche of ''[[Anime/GalaxyAngel Galaxy]]'' ''[[VideoGame/GalaxyAngel Angel]]''. For some reason, Mint seems to be a popular name for Ojous.
%%* Gowa Misuzu in ''Anime/{{Gasaraki}}''.
* GeniusCripple Madoka Otowa from ''Manga/GetBackers'' (who also owns a [[MacGuffin Stradivarius]], oddly enough).



* An overseas version of this is Layla Hamilton from ''Anime/KaleidoStar''.
* A more {{Tsundere}} version is Eri Fujisawa, the assistant of the Ryoukufu team in the third ''Manga/SlamDunk'' OAV. She's nicknamed "ojousan" by [[ButNotTooForeign Michael Okita]] and even by her coach, goes to one really exclusive school for rich kids (lampshaded often in the dialogues) and sometimes is more of a boss than the coach himself..
* Ryoko Katsuragi in ''Manga/PenguinRevolution'' is Vice President of the Student Council and TheOjou of her school... except she's [[WholesomeCrossdresser actually a guy]]. Everyone at school [[AttractiveBentGender still thinks she's gorgeous]], though.
* Mayu Miyuki from ''Manga/AiYoriAoshi'' is a type 2, and something of a RichBitch when she's not around Kaoru. She still gets a bit of sympathy due to ParentalAbandonment.
** Aoi Sakuraba, only daughter of a wealthy family, is an almost perfect type 1, and very much the YamatoNadeshiko. Her bodyguard/tutor/foster-sister Miyabi, a NinjaMaid without the {{Meido}} uniform, calls her "Aoi-ojou-sama" from time to time, especially early in the manga.
* Wang Liu-Mei and Louise Halevy from ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundam00 Gundam 00]]''.

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* An overseas version of this Kumiko Yamaguchi in ''Manga/{{Gokusen}}'' is Layla Hamilton from ''Anime/KaleidoStar''.
* A more {{Tsundere}} version is Eri Fujisawa,
the assistant of the Ryoukufu team in the third ''Manga/SlamDunk'' OAV. She's nicknamed "ojousan" by [[ButNotTooForeign Michael Okita]] granddaughter and even heir presumptive of a {{yakuza}} boss and is called ''ojou'' when at home.
* Houjou Reika of ''LightNovel/GoshuushouSamaNinomiyaKun'' is an ojou and is called as such
by her coach, goes to one really exclusive servants who call her ojou-sama and her juniors at high school for rich kids (lampshaded often in the dialogues) and sometimes is more of a boss than the coach himself..
* Ryoko Katsuragi in ''Manga/PenguinRevolution'' is Vice President of the Student Council and TheOjou of
who call her school... except she's [[WholesomeCrossdresser actually a guy]]. Everyone at school [[AttractiveBentGender still thinks she's gorgeous]], though.
* Mayu Miyuki from ''Manga/AiYoriAoshi'' is a type 2, and something of a RichBitch when she's not around Kaoru. She still gets a bit of sympathy due to ParentalAbandonment.
** Aoi Sakuraba, only daughter of a wealthy family, is an almost perfect type 1, and very much the YamatoNadeshiko. Her bodyguard/tutor/foster-sister Miyabi, a NinjaMaid without the {{Meido}} uniform, calls her "Aoi-ojou-sama" from time to time, especially early in the manga.
*
ojou-senpai.
%%*
Wang Liu-Mei and Louise Halevy from ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundam00 Gundam 00]]''. 00]]''.
* Yurin L'Ciel from ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamAGE Gundam AGE]]'', who's the ProperLady type. Unusually for the trope she wasn't ''born'' as one, but was adopted by the richest man in her colony after her parents died. [[spoiler: Too bad she met a ''really'' bad end.]]
* Relena Darlian/Peacecraft from ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamWing Gundam Wing]]'' is both TheOjou and [[EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses The]] [[RebelliousPrincess Oujo]]. A more traditional Ojou is Sylvia Noventa.
* Most of the female characters in ''Manga/HanaYoriDango'' (excepting the [[PerpetualPoverty poor to the point of absurdity]] [[PluckyGirl main character]] and her best friend), notably Shizuka, Domyoji's sister Tsubaki, and Sakurako, although the latter is more typified by her less pleasant attributes.
* Tsuruya from ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'' is an aversion to any of the typical personalities. Technically she's an ojou because her family is ridiculously rich, and her BigFancyHouse is extremely impressive; however she has absolutely none of the personality traits of one. She's laid-back, down to earth and is simply "one of the girls", not to mention a lot of fun. Probably why she gets along with Haruhi so well.



* A rather tragic (and light-haired) Ojou is Hiroko "Hiro-chan" Kaizuka from ''Manga/{{Narutaru}}''.
** Also, Takami "Komo" Komoda from ''Manga/{{Bokurano}}''.
* GeniusCripple Madoka Otowa from ''Manga/GetBackers'' (who also owns a [[MacGuffin Stradivarius]], oddly enough).
* Kihel Heim from ''Anime/TurnAGundam'' is a blonde, but fits in otherwise. Her little sister Sochie is more of a {{Tsundere}}.
* ''Anime/CodeGeass'' has two, one on each side of the conflict (though neither one is directly involved in the fighting). Milly Ashford, the president of the school's AbsurdlyPowerfulStudentCouncil, whose family runs the academy everyone goes to. Kaguya Sumeragi was the head of a powerful house in Japan who, despite her young age, is treated much like a princess and has a high social status.
** Also, three of Milly's friends are also Ojous to some degree. Nina Einstein mixed this with ShrinkingViolet and later PsychoLesbian, Shirley Fenette was this and the NaiveEverygirl, and Kallen Kouzuki mixed the Ojou and IllGirl images when she was in school to cover up her ActionGirl escapades.
* Relena Darlian/Peacecraft from ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamWing Gundam Wing]]'' is both TheOjou and [[EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses The]] [[RebelliousPrincess Oujo]]. A more traditional Ojou is Sylvia Noventa.
* The image song of Tamaki Reika from ''Anime/OjamajoDoremi'' is actually called "Super Ojou-sama".
* Most of the female characters in ''Manga/HanaYoriDango'' (excepting the [[PerpetualPoverty poor to the point of absurdity]] [[PluckyGirl main character]] and her best friend), notably Shizuka, Domyoji's sister Tsubaki, and Sakurako, although the latter is more typified by her less pleasant attributes.
* Karen Ayanokouji from ''VisualNovel/AkaneIroNiSomaruSaka'' is this type of character. She has the curls, the laugh and tries very hard to please her classmates with her fortune, but ultimately ends up trying way too hard.
* Satella Harvenheit from ''Manga/ChronoCrusade'', who happens to be a redhead.
* Hirasaka Kayuki from ''Manga/TheRecordOfAFallenVampire'', complete with BigFancyHouse (with TheThingThatGoesDoink) and a ridiculously fancy kimono closet.



* The sweet-looking, wavy-haired [[MoeAnthropomorphism Belgium]] in ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'' subverts this: the "Meeting of the World" strip and anime has her as TheOjou, some illustrations show her wearing very pretty dresses, and she already had quite a bit of money as a [[ChildProdigy pint-sized economic genius]] -- but characterization-wise, she's more of a tomboyish CoolBigSis.
** Monaco is a straighter example, though.
** Maria Theresa (yes ''that'' UsefulNotes/MariaTheresa) mixes this with TheHighQueen. So does Poland's old boss, Queen/King Jadwiga.
** Austria's Nyotalia form is also this, though she loses the glasses.
* Platinum Berlitz in ''Manga/PokemonSpecial''.
** As in most adaptations besides the [[Anime/{{Pokemon}} anime]], Erika counts.
* Taiga Aisaka from ''LightNovel/ToraDora'' appears to have the funds--at least enough to live in a huge apartment on her own, financed by her parents [[spoiler: (or better said, her mom and stepfather)]]. Of course, her small stature and [[{{Tsundere}} violent outbursts]] don't really make her give off the vibe.
** Ami Kawashima is perhaps more indicative of this trope.
* Midori from ''LightNovel/TelepathyShoujoRan''.
* Houjou Reika of ''LightNovel/GoshuushouSamaNinomiyaKun'' is an ojou and is called as such by her servants who call her ojou-sama and her juniors at high school who call her ojou-senpai.
* Sumi Kuroi from ''Moetan''.
* The anime only character Lulu De Morcerf in ''Manga/ShugoChara''.
* Kunugi-tan from ''Anime/BinchouTan'', who is also somewhat of a LonelyRichKid, despite living in a mansion loaded with {{meido}}s.
* Isabella from ''Manga/ParadiseKiss'' is more or less an Ojou [[TransSexual trapped in a]] [[LonelyRichKid lonely rich boy's body]].
* Tsumugi Kotobuki (a.k.a. Mugi-chan) from ''Manga/KOn'' is a light-haired example of the former type.
* Sharon Rainsworth, her mother Shelly, and her grandmother Sheryl from ''Manga/PandoraHearts'' belong to one of the most powerful families in the series. Oz's younger sister Ada can be an example of this as well.
* Yurika from ''Manga/ChocottoSister''.
* Hime and Sherwood from ''Manga/PrincessResurrection'' are both blonde examples.
* Ai from ''Anime/CrayonShinChan''.
* Kodachi "The Black Rose" Kuno from ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf''. She and her brother Tatewaki even live in a traditional Japanese palace.
** Also Mariko Konjou, the cheerlader who pursues Kuno.
* ''Ichinensei Ni Nacchattara'': Miho, an elementary schooler.
* Hyuga Hinata in ''Manga/{{Naruto}}''. She's the heiress to the currently largest individual clan in Konoha, and apparently has a BigFancyHouse..
* Tamao Kikunoi from ''Manga/TheWallflower'' is insanely rich and referred to as a princess many times in the series. Even her fiance calls her "Ojou-sama".
* All but one of the harem from ''VisualNovel/PrincessLover'' also qualifies. Two of them are actual Ojous, and the remaining seems to be the head of a large fashion company.
* Touka from ''Manga/{{Saki}}'' is a classic version...[[VerbalTic desu wa]]!
* All of the girls attending Tokiwadai in ''Manga/ACertainScientificRailgun'' are called "ojou-sama" by pretty much everybody else.
** Upon hearing that she's from Tokiwadai, Misaka is usually assumed by everyone to be a RichBitch... until it turns out that she's a [[{{Tsundere}} deredere]] NiceGirl with a heaping help of LittleMissBadass [[PersonOfMassDestruction for those who don't get it]].
* ''LightNovel/LadiesVersusButlers'' is practically filled with this trope, most of the characters are high class BlueBlood. Sernia Flameheart is at the top of the heap though, with the hair, laugh and (for the first part of the story) attitude, but she lacks the respect of others, who only call her Ojou as a kind of mocking, usually prefering to refer to her as 'Drill' after her hairstyle.
* Rodoreamon from ''Anime/{{Simoun}}''; Neveril is the same archetype but not addressed as such.
* Sumire Kanzaki from ''VideoGame/SakuraTaisen'' fits the second category to a T. Beautiful, talented and rich, she has no problems reminding others of these facts.
* Saki Tenjouin from ''Manga/ToLoveRu'' is a type two: stuck up and prideful, but [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold shows a kind side]] towards people in need.
* Kyoka Kanejo from ''Manga/BGataHKei'' belongs to the second variety, has this tropes in spades and throws in [[BrotherSisterIncest a unhealthy obsession]] for good measure. Oh, and a [[BigFancyHouse ludicrous mansion]]
* Lucy Heartfilia from ''Manga/FairyTail'' grew up as one but she left because her father focused on his business instead of her to the point of neglect. That being said, no one in the Fairy Tail guild gives her preferential treatment and she prefers it that way.
* The all-girl Fujigaya high school from ''Manga/AoiHana'' caters to students from wealthy families, which makes "normal" girl Akira feel out of place at times. Kyouko fits right in though and she also tends to act the part. Yasuko also comes from a wealthy background, but attends the middle-class Matsuoka high school. She is also much more tomboyish.

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* ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'''s Integra Hellsing. Walter, her BattleButler, even [[LampshadeHanging calls her]] 'My Princess' at one point. You know, right after he [[spoiler:betrays her]].
* ''Manga/HidamariSketch'': When Yuno and Miyako go to a shrine described as "wonderful" by their teacher, they encounter a Shinto priest who calls them "ojou-san". They soon discover that he calls even ''elderly women'' "ojou-san".
The sweet-looking, wavy-haired [[MoeAnthropomorphism Belgium]] in ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'' subverts this: two speculate that he's the "Meeting of the World" strip and anime has her as TheOjou, some illustrations show her wearing very pretty dresses, and she already had quite a bit of money as a [[ChildProdigy pint-sized economic genius]] -- but characterization-wise, she's more of a tomboyish CoolBigSis.
** Monaco is a straighter example, though.
** Maria Theresa (yes ''that'' UsefulNotes/MariaTheresa) mixes this with TheHighQueen. So does Poland's old boss, Queen/King Jadwiga.
** Austria's Nyotalia form is also this, though she loses the glasses.
* Platinum Berlitz in ''Manga/PokemonSpecial''.
** As in most adaptations besides the [[Anime/{{Pokemon}} anime]], Erika counts.
* Taiga Aisaka from ''LightNovel/ToraDora'' appears to have the funds--at least enough to live in a huge apartment on her own, financed by her parents [[spoiler: (or better said, her mom and stepfather)]]. Of course, her small stature and [[{{Tsundere}} violent outbursts]] don't really make her give off the vibe.
** Ami Kawashima is perhaps more indicative of this trope.
* Midori from ''LightNovel/TelepathyShoujoRan''.
* Houjou Reika of ''LightNovel/GoshuushouSamaNinomiyaKun'' is an ojou and is
reason Yoshinoya called as such by her servants who call her ojou-sama and her juniors at high school who call her ojou-senpai.
it wonderful.
* Sumi Kuroi from ''Moetan''.
* The anime only character Lulu De Morcerf
Saya Takagi in ''Manga/ShugoChara''.
* Kunugi-tan from ''Anime/BinchouTan'', who
''Manga/HighSchoolOfTheDead''. Her family is also somewhat of a LonelyRichKid, despite living in a mansion loaded extremely wealthy, complete with {{meido}}s.
* Isabella from ''Manga/ParadiseKiss'' is more or less an Ojou [[TransSexual trapped in a]] [[LonelyRichKid lonely rich boy's body]].
* Tsumugi Kotobuki (a.k.a. Mugi-chan) from ''Manga/KOn'' is
a light-haired example of the former type.
* Sharon Rainsworth, her mother Shelly,
large estate and her grandmother Sheryl from ''Manga/PandoraHearts'' belong to one of the most powerful families in the series. Oz's younger sister Ada can be an example of this as well.
* Yurika from ''Manga/ChocottoSister''.
* Hime and Sherwood from ''Manga/PrincessResurrection'' are both blonde examples.
* Ai from ''Anime/CrayonShinChan''.
* Kodachi "The Black Rose" Kuno from ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf''. She and her brother Tatewaki even live in
a traditional Japanese palace.
** Also Mariko Konjou, the cheerlader who pursues Kuno.
*
BigFancyHouse.
%%*
''Ichinensei Ni Nacchattara'': Miho, an elementary schooler.
* Hyuga Hinata in ''Manga/{{Naruto}}''. She's the heiress to the currently largest individual clan in Konoha, and apparently has a BigFancyHouse..
* Tamao Kikunoi
Christine "Chris" Robbins from ''Manga/TheWallflower'' is insanely rich and referred to as a princess many times in the series. Even her fiance calls her "Ojou-sama".
* All but one of the harem from ''VisualNovel/PrincessLover'' also qualifies. Two of them are actual Ojous, and the remaining seems to be the head of a large fashion company.
* Touka from ''Manga/{{Saki}}'' is a classic version...[[VerbalTic desu wa]]!
* All of the girls attending Tokiwadai in ''Manga/ACertainScientificRailgun'' are called "ojou-sama" by pretty much everybody else.
** Upon hearing that she's from Tokiwadai, Misaka is usually assumed by everyone to be a RichBitch... until it turns out that she's a [[{{Tsundere}} deredere]] NiceGirl with a heaping help of LittleMissBadass [[PersonOfMassDestruction for those who don't get it]].
* ''LightNovel/LadiesVersusButlers'' is practically filled with this trope, most of the characters are high class BlueBlood. Sernia Flameheart is at the top of the heap though, with the hair, laugh and (for the first part of the story) attitude, but she lacks the respect of others, who only call her Ojou as a kind of mocking, usually prefering to refer to her as 'Drill' after her hairstyle.
* Rodoreamon from ''Anime/{{Simoun}}''; Neveril
''Manga/ItazuraNaKiss'' is the same archetype but not addressed as such.
* Sumire Kanzaki
perfect example of a non-Japanese ojou. Her mother is a beautiful, famous actress from ''VideoGame/SakuraTaisen'' fits the second category to a T. Beautiful, talented and rich, she has no problems reminding others of these facts.
* Saki Tenjouin from ''Manga/ToLoveRu'' is a type two: stuck up and prideful, but [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold shows a kind side]] towards people in need.
* Kyoka Kanejo from ''Manga/BGataHKei'' belongs to the second variety, has this tropes in spades and throws in [[BrotherSisterIncest a unhealthy obsession]] for good measure. Oh, and a [[BigFancyHouse ludicrous mansion]]
* Lucy Heartfilia from ''Manga/FairyTail'' grew up as one but she left because
Hollywood, her father focused on his business instead of her to is the point president of neglect. That being said, no one in the Fairy Tail guild gives her preferential treatment a major bank, and she prefers it that way.
has ties with nobility. [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles,_Prince_of_Wales Charles]] was even invited to her wedding.
* The all-girl Fujigaya high school An overseas version of this is Layla Hamilton from ''Manga/AoiHana'' caters to students from wealthy families, which makes "normal" girl Akira feel out of place at times. Kyouko fits right in though and she also tends to act the part. Yasuko also comes from a wealthy background, but attends the middle-class Matsuoka high school. She is also much more tomboyish.''Anime/KaleidoStar''.



* Neese in ''Roleplay/RecordOfLodossWar''. Her mother is a very high ranking priestess, her father a famous sorcerer, and her grandmother was a one of the greatest heroes of Lodoss. As most kings of Lodoss were born commoners [[AsskickingEqualsAuthority and gained their position by becoming famous heroes]], this puts her in the very highest circles of society. Her personal bodyguard Aldo also always calls her Neese-sama.
* Midori from ''Manga/AttackNumberOne'' starts out as a queenly if not a bit snobbish rich girl on the volleyball team, but progresses into a better sort of ojou who's more on the "graceful and gracious" end.

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* Neese %%* Himemiya Chikane in ''Roleplay/RecordOfLodossWar''. Her mother ''Manga/KannazukiNoMiko''.
* Akiko Hashou from ''Manga/KaseiYakyoku'', who leans to the IceQueen type.
* Katherine in ''LightNovel/KazeNoStigma'', from a "famous American fire mage family".
* Satsuki Kiryuin from ''Anime/KillLaKill''
is a very regal, dignified tyrant who, as president of the AbsurdlyPowerfulStudentCouncil, rules over Honnōji Academy with an iron fist.
* Kagami Kuro from ''Kodomo no Jikan'' is the second type but watch for the {{Tsundere}} streak.
%%* Tsumugi Kotobuki (a.k.a. Mugi-chan) from ''Manga/KOn'' is a light-haired example of the former type.
* ''LightNovel/LadiesVersusButlers'' is practically filled with this trope, most of the characters are
high ranking priestess, class BlueBlood. Sernia Flameheart is at the top of the heap though, with the hair, laugh and (for the first part of the story) attitude, but she lacks the respect of others, who only call her father Ojou as a famous sorcerer, kind of mocking, usually prefering to refer to her as 'Drill' after her hairstyle.
%%* Genevieve Van Heusen from ''Manga/LoveIsInTheBag'' is a Type 2.
* Miyuki Takara in ''Manga/LuckyStar''; she lives in a [[BigFancyHouse mansion]], always at the top of the class, [[SpoiledSweet is extremely kind and polite to everyone]] despite her wealth and intellect,
and her grandmother was other friends go to an academy where they exchange greetings like those in ''[[LightNovel/MariaSamaGaMiteru MariMite]]''.
** Konata Izumi parodied this in an episode where she got addicted to Marimite.
* Kamishirou Rin (Japanese-type) and Kazetsubaki Kuriko (western-type) in ''Anime/{{Maburaho}}''.
* The ''[[Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross Macross]]'' series possesses
a one few of these but plays with the trope some. Mylene Jenius in Anime/{{Macross7}} fits much of the greatest heroes of Lodoss. As most kings of Lodoss were born commoners [[AsskickingEqualsAuthority bill for wealth [[spoiler: and gained their eventually quasi-mystical power]], but she has an aversion to the responsibility and expectations her social position by becoming famous heroes]], this puts (daughter of a pair of war heroes) places on her and, aside from her sweet ride, dislikes flaunting her money too much; Sheryl Nome in the very highest circles of society. Her personal bodyguard Aldo ''Anime/MacrossFrontier'' is somewhat more traditional, although she usually conceals her identity in public to avoid being mobbed. Interestingly, both possess light hair, Mylene being cotton-candy pink and Sheryl being strawberry blonde.
%%* Margaret Burton in ''Anime/{{Madlax}}''
* Umi Ryuzaki in ''Manga/MagicKnightRayearth''. Fuu Hououji and her sister Kuu
also always calls her Neese-sama.
* Midori from ''Manga/AttackNumberOne'' starts
fit the bill, but they're both more modest and ladylike, whereas Umi goes out as a queenly if not of the way to make sure we know it and even borders a bit snobbish rich girl on the volleyball team, but progresses into a better sort of ojou who's more on the "graceful and gracious" end.RichBitch at first.



* Genevieve Van Heusen from ''Manga/LoveIsInTheBag'' is a Type 2.
* Cheryl Christina Melville from ''Tico of the Seven Seas''.

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* Genevieve Van Heusen from ''Manga/LoveIsInTheBag'' Kurosaki Sayoko and Minazuki Mahiru in ''Manga/{{Mahoraba}}''. Kurosaki Asami's friend, known only as Sa-chan, tries to portray herself as an ojou as well, but whether she is or not is left an open question in the anime.
** In the manga, the answer is revealed. [[spoiler: She isn't - she just has
a Type 2.
small inheritance and plays up the image in order [[AttentionWhore to get attention]].]]
* Cheryl Christina Melville from ''Tico ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima''.
** Konoe Konoka and Yukihiro Ayaka (pictured above). Konoka [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Konoe_family probably]] [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Princess_Yoshiko_(Shin-Seiwa-In) trumps]] Ayaka, but she still manages to be the least [[MosesInTheBullrushes royal person]] in her dorm room.
*** Setsuna refers to Konoka as 'ojou-sama', as she is the daughter
of the Seven Seas''.head of the Kansai Magic Association.
** Also Evangeline, who lives in a gorgeous BigFancyHouse and is served by Chachamaru there. [[spoiler: She also was a more normal "Ojou", aka a high-ranked membress of a Scottish clan, before she became a vampire by the Lifemaker.]]
** In a throwaway phrase [[spoiler: after she gets a Pactio from Negi]], Kotaro mentions that Chizuru Naba is an {{Ojou}} as well. The Nabas seem to be [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heavy_industry into heavy industries]], so they're are likely to be a part of a ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keiretsu keiretsu]]'' (the sucessors of the [[ImperialJapan old-time]] ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zaibatsu zaibatsu]]''). What does this mean? That her family is on par with ''Ayaka's'' in riches and prestige. No wonder they're close friends and share the same dorm.
*** Confirmed after Ayaka [[spoiler: gets her pactio card and explains her business plans to help with Negi's Mars Terraforming project - the Naba's will be helping out financially (which indeed confirms Chizuru's {{Ojou}} standing)]].
* Fujino Shizuru in ''Anime/MaiHime'', one of the rare ''ojou'' with lighter-colored hair.
%%* Asuna Kujo from ''Manga/MaisonIkkoku''
* Ogasawara Sachiko in ''LightNovel/MariaSamaGaMiteru''.
** Actually, the vast majority of characters in the show are this, with Yumi being a notable (and purposeful) exception - even if they don't act the part, all the girls' families are filthy rich. Sachiko is the most extreme example in personality, however.
** Yumi is actually turning into the CloserToEarth version of the first type of Ojou. She's definitely got a set of fans that are rabid enough to give Touko hell once it obvious that the latter is being favored by Yumi to be her soeur.
*** Touko herself counts as a the second type. [[spoiler: Even if she's adopted.]] Actually, the Chinensis family seems to both attract and create Ojous.
* Meiko Akizuki in ''Manga/MarmaladeBoy'' fits the basic character type, though not the full stereotype: she has lighter hair and isn't a member of the Student Council (one of her love interests is the council president, though).
* Kanade in ''LightNovel/MayoChiki'' is a rather clear example, complete with her own [[BattleButler butler]] at school. Her [[TheTrickster true personality]] isn't [[ManipulativeBitch quite]] [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold standard]], though.
* The dream-world version of Nagato Kaya in ''Mugen Densetsu Takamagahara Dream Saga''.
* A rather tragic (and light-haired) Ojou is Hiroko "Hiro-chan" Kaizuka from ''Manga/{{Narutaru}}''.
* Hyuga Hinata in ''Manga/{{Naruto}}''. She's the heiress to the currently largest individual clan in Konoha, and apparently has a BigFancyHouse..
* The image song of Tamaki Reika from ''Anime/OjamajoDoremi'' is actually called "Super Ojou-sama".
* Since ''VisualNovel/OtomeWaBokuNiKoishiteru'' is set at a private all girl's school, many characters fit this, most notably Takako.
* Sharon Rainsworth, her mother Shelly, and her grandmother Sheryl from ''Manga/PandoraHearts'' belong to one of the most powerful families in the series. Oz's younger sister Ada can be an example of this as well.



* Despite ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'' being largely set in an upper-class neighbourhood, it's not until ''Manga/PuellaMagiOrikoMagica'' and its title character show up that we got a true ojou. Though Hitomi was fairly close.
** Incidentally, an official [[RadioDrama audio drama]] done by the voice actors contains the following exchange:
-->'''Homura''': A hostel? This is my first time.\\
'''Sayaka''': Wow, you’re such an ojou.
* ''Manga/HidamariSketch'': When Yuno and Miyako go to a shrine described as "wonderful" by their teacher, they encounter a Shinto priest who calls them "ojou-san". They soon discover that he calls even ''elderly women'' "ojou-san". The two speculate that he's the reason Yoshinoya called it wonderful.

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* Despite ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'' being largely set Isabella from ''Manga/ParadiseKiss'' is more or less an Ojou [[TransSexual trapped in an upper-class neighbourhood, it's not until ''Manga/PuellaMagiOrikoMagica'' a]] [[LonelyRichKid lonely rich boy's body]].
* Ryoko Katsuragi in ''Manga/PenguinRevolution'' is Vice President of the Student Council
and its title character show up that we got TheOjou of her school... except she's [[WholesomeCrossdresser actually a true ojou. Though Hitomi was fairly close.
** Incidentally, an official [[RadioDrama audio drama]] done by
guy]]. Everyone at school [[AttractiveBentGender still thinks she's gorgeous]], though.
%%* Platinum Berlitz in ''Manga/PokemonSpecial''.
%%** As in most adaptations besides
the voice actors contains the following exchange:
-->'''Homura''': A hostel? This is my first time.\\
'''Sayaka''': Wow, you’re such an ojou.
* ''Manga/HidamariSketch'': When Yuno and Miyako go to a shrine described as "wonderful" by their teacher, they encounter a Shinto priest who calls them "ojou-san". They soon discover that he calls even ''elderly women'' "ojou-san". The two speculate that he's the reason Yoshinoya called it wonderful.
[[Anime/{{Pokemon}} anime]], Erika counts.



* ''LightNovel/TheFamiliarOfZero'''s Louise Françoise Le Blanc de La Vallière is stuck in a school where EVERYONE is an ojou (or their male counterparts) because it's a school for royalty. She still expects high class treatment by everyone that's a plebian, [[EspeciallyZoidberg ESPECIALLY Saito]].
* Tsuruya from ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'' is an aversion to any of the typical personalities. Technically she's an ojou because her family is ridiculously rich, and her BigFancyHouse is extremely impressive; however she has absolutely none of the personality traits of one. She's laid-back, down to earth and is simply "one of the girls", not to mention a lot of fun. Probably why she gets along with Haruhi so well.
* Margaret Burton in ''Anime/{{Madlax}}.''
* Kanade in ''LightNovel/MayoChiki'' is a rather clear example, complete with her own [[BattleButler butler]] at school. Her [[TheTrickster true personality]] isn't [[ManipulativeBitch quite]] [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold standard]], though.
* Since ''VisualNovel/OtomeWaBokuNiKoishiteru'' is set at a private all girl's school, many characters fit this, most notably Takako.
* Yurin L'Ciel from ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamAGE Gundam AGE]]'', who's the ProperLady type. Unusually for the trope she wasn't ''born'' as one, but was adopted by the richest man in her colony after her parents died. [[spoiler: Too bad she met a ''really'' bad end.]]
* Kagami Kuro from ''Kodomo no Jikan'' is the second type but watch for the {{Tsundere}} streak.
* Akiko Hashou from ''Manga/KaseiYakyoku'', who leans to the IceQueen type.
* Chisa Taiami (first type) and Hibari Niigusa (third type) from the post-apocalyptic manga ''Manga/SevenSeeds''. Their wealthy families helped fund the Seven Seeds project and insisted that they be included in exchange for this help.

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* ''LightNovel/TheFamiliarOfZero'''s Louise Françoise Le Blanc de La Vallière The ''Franchise/PrettyCure'' multiverse seems to like them, with Honoka (Cure White) from ''Anime/FutariWaPrettyCure'' and both Komachi (Cure Mint) and the aforementioned Karen (Cure Aqua) from ''Anime/YesPrettyCure5''. Then, there are Reika (Cure Beauty) from ''Anime/SmilePrettyCure'', and Alice (Cure Rosetta) from ''Anime/DokiDokiPrecure'', the latter being as rich as Karen. Both, Karen and Alice, are shown to have butlers.
** Itsuki (Cure Sunshine) from ''Anime/HeartcatchPrettyCure'' -- when the term
is stuck in a school where EVERYONE is an ojou (or their male counterparts) because used, it's a school for royalty. She still expects high class treatment by everyone that's giveaway that [[{{Bifauxnen}} he is really a plebian, [[EspeciallyZoidberg ESPECIALLY Saito]].
* Tsuruya
she.]] [[UnsettlingGenderReveal "O-OJOUSAMAAAAAA?!"]]
** Hibiki (Cure Melody)
from ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'' is an aversion to any of ''Anime/SuitePrettyCure'' subvert this. She's not as wealthy as the typical personalities. Technically other examples, but she's an ojou because obviously the wealthiest lead Pretty Cure, yet; her family is ridiculously rich, [[{{Tomboy}} tomboyish personality]] makes it a bit difficult to recognize this. Her parents are famous musicians and her house is fancier than her teammates'.
*** Ako (Cure Muse), the princess of Major Land, was used to live in a castle, but now she prefers to live with her grandpa Otokichi, the former king, in a small house.
* All but one of the harem from ''VisualNovel/PrincessLover'' also qualifies. Two of them are actual Ojous, and the remaining seems to be the head of a large fashion company.
%%* Hime and Sherwood from ''Manga/PrincessResurrection'' are both blonde examples.
* Rue in ''Anime/PrincessTutu'', though she fits also into DarkMagicalGirl.
** Though Rue is revered as much for being the best dancer as she is for her aristocratic manner. And like all RealLife prima ballerinas, she pays for that skill in pain and blood.
* B-Ko Daitokuji from ''Anime/ProjectAKo''. Enough money and manufacturing capability to build multiple HumongousMecha ''overnight''.
* Despite ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'' being largely set in an upper-class neighbourhood, it's not until ''Manga/PuellaMagiOrikoMagica'' and its title character show up that we got a true ojou. Though Hitomi was fairly close.
** Incidentally, an official [[RadioDrama audio drama]] done by the voice actors contains the following exchange:
-->'''Homura''': A hostel? This is my first time.\\
'''Sayaka''': Wow, you’re such an ojou.
* Kodachi "The Black Rose" Kuno from ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf''. She and her brother Tatewaki even live in a traditional Japanese palace.
** Also Mariko Konjou, the cheerlader who pursues Kuno.
* Hirasaka Kayuki from ''Manga/TheRecordOfAFallenVampire'', complete with
BigFancyHouse (with TheThingThatGoesDoink) and a ridiculously fancy kimono closet.
* Neese in ''Roleplay/RecordOfLodossWar''. Her mother
is extremely impressive; however she has absolutely none a very high ranking priestess, her father a famous sorcerer, and her grandmother was a one of the personality traits greatest heroes of one. She's laid-back, down to earth Lodoss. As most kings of Lodoss were born commoners [[AsskickingEqualsAuthority and is simply "one of gained their position by becoming famous heroes]], this puts her in the girls", not to mention a lot very highest circles of fun. Probably why she gets along with Haruhi so well.
* Margaret Burton in ''Anime/{{Madlax}}.''
* Kanade in ''LightNovel/MayoChiki'' is a rather clear example, complete with
society. Her personal bodyguard Aldo also always calls her own [[BattleButler butler]] at school. Her [[TheTrickster true personality]] isn't [[ManipulativeBitch quite]] [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold standard]], though.
Neese-sama.
%%* Nanami in ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena''.
* Since ''VisualNovel/OtomeWaBokuNiKoishiteru'' ''Franchise/SailorMoon''
** Michiru Kaioh (Sailor Neptune)
is set at a private all girl's school, many characters fit an interesting example of this, most notably Takako.
* Yurin L'Ciel from ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamAGE Gundam AGE]]'', who's the ProperLady type. Unusually for the trope
in that it is never stated that she wasn't ''born'' as one, but was adopted by the richest man in her colony after is actually filthy rich, and we never have any idea who her parents died. [[spoiler: Too bad are, but the fact that she met owns a ''really'' bad end.]]
* Kagami Kuro from ''Kodomo no Jikan''
Stradivarius violin and a gigantic condo with its own aquarium (with Haruka) and is a world-famous violinist and painter in her own right (enough so to get double-billing with the second type but watch world-famous pop sensation The Starlights in the ''Stars'' season of the [[Manga/SailorMoon 90s anime]]) still makes her part of this trope. In fact, Usagi, in a memorable episode, wherein she is feeling she is not classy enough or worthy enough of Mamoru, stumbles upon Haruka and Michiru in a theater in a park, where Michiru is up on stage playing her violin and looking classy, and then proceeds to [[CrowningMomentofAwesome bounce a lemon on her violin while playing it with her eyes closed]]; Usagi declares Michiru to be the "ideal Princess" and pitifully follows her around for the {{Tsundere}} streak.
* Akiko Hashou from ''Manga/KaseiYakyoku'', who leans to
rest of the IceQueen type.
* Chisa Taiami (first type)
episode, hoping she'll get some of it by osmosis or something. Michiru also, notably, has a mirror which always shows her the truth and Hibari Niigusa (third type) from has the post-apocalyptic ability to sense when things are coming, and has wavy, aquamarine hair. It was clearly mentioned in the [[Manga/SailorMoon manga]] that both she and Haruka are rich, not as much as Hotaru's and Rei's fathers, but had loads of money. Specifically through a good number of patrons.
** Rei Hino (Sailor Mars) is also an ojou. She goes to a private Catholic school and her dad's a big politician. Much more in the
manga ''Manga/SevenSeeds''. Their wealthy families helped fund and [[Series/PrettyGuardianSailorMoon live-action]], though: in the Seven Seeds project first anime, she's a lot more HotBlooded.
* Saori Kido in ''Manga/SaintSeiya''. She's even called ''ojou-sama'' by her butler by Tatsumi. The Bronzies are more informal
and insisted that they be included in exchange for this help. call her "Saori-san" ("miss Saori").
* Touka from ''Manga/{{Saki}}'' is a classic version...[[VerbalTic desu wa]]!



* During the camping arc of ''Manga/{{Yotsuba}}'', Ena and Yotsuba occasionally play at being [[ProperLady Proper Young Ladies]]
* The Suzuki sisters, Ayako (ProperLady) and Sonoko (mild SpoiledBrat) in ''Manga/DetectiveConan''.
** Also, ''many'' ojous show up in the different cases -- like Akie and Natsue Hatamoto (SpoiledBrat and ProperLady, respectively), Reika Yotsui (''massive'' RichBitch [[spoiler: who dies for it]]), Asuka Shibazaki (top model, daughter of a politician and another RichBitch [[spoiler: who also pays with her life]]), Ema Anzai (oil painter, member of a ''keiretsu'' and also a RichBitch [[spoiler: [[RuleOfThree ... guess what happens to her]]?]]), Etsuko Torakura (ProperLady, married into a rich family [[spoiler: via a cruel ScarpiaUltimatum]]), Naoko Takei (mix of ProperLady and LonelyRichKid [[spoiler: who is kidnapped due to her father's horrible sins]]), etc.¨

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* During Sumire Kanzaki from ''VideoGame/SakuraTaisen'' fits the camping arc of ''Manga/{{Yotsuba}}'', Ena second category to a T. Beautiful, talented and Yotsuba occasionally play at being [[ProperLady Proper Young Ladies]]
rich, she has no problems reminding others of these facts.
* The Suzuki sisters, Ayako (ProperLady) Eri Sawachika of ''Manga/SchoolRumble'' goes by Ojou to several characters (most frequently Harima). Also a notable {{Tsundere}}.
* Chisa Taiami (first type)
and Sonoko (mild SpoiledBrat) in ''Manga/DetectiveConan''.
** Also, ''many'' ojous show up in
Hibari Niigusa (third type) from the different cases -- like Akie post-apocalyptic manga ''Manga/SevenSeeds''. Their wealthy families helped fund the Seven Seeds project and Natsue Hatamoto (SpoiledBrat and ProperLady, respectively), Reika Yotsui (''massive'' RichBitch [[spoiler: who dies insisted that they be included in exchange for it]]), Asuka Shibazaki (top model, daughter of a politician and another RichBitch [[spoiler: who also pays with her life]]), Ema Anzai (oil painter, member of a ''keiretsu'' and also a RichBitch [[spoiler: [[RuleOfThree ... guess what happens to her]]?]]), Etsuko Torakura (ProperLady, married into a rich family [[spoiler: via a cruel ScarpiaUltimatum]]), Naoko Takei (mix of ProperLady and LonelyRichKid [[spoiler: who is kidnapped due to her father's horrible sins]]), etc.¨this help.


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* The anime only character Lulu De Morcerf in ''Manga/ShugoChara''.
* Rodoreamon from ''Anime/{{Simoun}}''; Neveril is the same archetype but not addressed as such.
* A more {{Tsundere}} version is Eri Fujisawa, the assistant of the Ryoukufu team in the third ''Manga/SlamDunk'' OAV. She's nicknamed "ojousan" by [[ButNotTooForeign Michael Okita]] and even by her coach, goes to one really exclusive school for rich kids (lampshaded often in the dialogues) and sometimes is more of a boss than the coach himself..
* Lottie and Sara in ''Anime/StrainStrategicArmoredInfantry'' both come from rich families, as, it is implied, do most to all Reasoners.
* Mami Honda from ''Manga/SuperGals!'' is ridiculously rich in the anime.
%%* Midori from ''LightNovel/TelepathyShoujoRan''.
* Aeka and Sasami in ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' both count, though Aeka comes to mind first.
%%* Cheryl Christina Melville from ''Tico of the Seven Seas''.
* Minto Aizawa in ''Manga/TokyoMewMew'' with shades of RichBitch at the beginning.
* Saki Tenjouin from ''Manga/ToLoveRu'' is a type two: stuck up and prideful, but [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold shows a kind side]] towards people in need.
* Taiga Aisaka from ''LightNovel/ToraDora'' appears to have the funds--at least enough to live in a huge apartment on her own, financed by her parents [[spoiler: (or better said, her mom and stepfather)]]. Of course, her small stature and [[{{Tsundere}} violent outbursts]] don't really make her give off the vibe.
** Ami Kawashima is perhaps more indicative of this trope.
%%* Androssi, Maschenny and Yeon from ''Webcomic/TowerOfGod''.
* Kihel Heim from ''Anime/TurnAGundam'' is a blonde, but fits in otherwise. Her little sister Sochie is more of a {{Tsundere}}.
* Tamao Kikunoi from ''Manga/TheWallflower'' is insanely rich and referred to as a princess many times in the series. Even her fiance calls her "Ojou-sama".
* During the camping arc of ''Manga/{{Yotsuba}}'', Ena and Yotsuba occasionally play at being [[ProperLady Proper Young Ladies]]
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* Satsuki Kiryuin from ''Anime/{{Kill la Kill}}'' is a regal, dignified tyrant who, as president of the AbsurdlyPowerfulStudentCouncil, rules over Honnōji Academy with an iron fist.

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* Satsuki Kiryuin from ''Anime/{{Kill la Kill}}'' ''Anime/KillLaKill'' is a regal, dignified tyrant who, as president of the AbsurdlyPowerfulStudentCouncil, rules over Honnōji Academy with an iron fist.



* ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'''s Integra Hellsing. Walter, her BattleButler, even [[LampshadeHanging calls her]] 'My Princess' at one point. You know, right after he [[spoiler: betrays her]].

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* ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'''s Integra Hellsing. Walter, her BattleButler, even [[LampshadeHanging calls her]] 'My Princess' at one point. You know, right after he [[spoiler: betrays [[spoiler:betrays her]].



* Michiru Kaioh (Sailor Neptune) from ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' is an interesting example of this, in that it is never stated that she is actually filthy rich, and we never have any idea who her parents are, but the fact that she owns a Stradivarius violin and a gigantic condo with its own aquarium (with Haruka) and is a world-famous violinist and painter in her own right (enough so to get double-billing with the world-famous pop sensation The Starlights in the Stars season of the [[Anime/SailorMoon original anime]]) still makes her part of this trope. In fact, Usagi, in a memorable episode, wherein she is feeling she is not classy enough or worthy enough of Mamoru, stumbles upon Haruka and Michiru in a theater in a park, where Michiru is up on stage playing her violin and looking classy, and then proceeds to [[CrowningMomentofAwesome bounce a lemon on her violin while playing it with her eyes closed]]; Usagi declares Michiru to be the "ideal Princess" and pitifully follows her around for the rest of the episode, hoping she'll get some of it by osmosis or something. Michiru also, notably, has a mirror which always shows her the truth and has the ability to sense when things are coming, and has wavy, aquamarine hair. It was clearly mentioned in the [[Manga/SailorMoon manga]] that both she and Haruka are rich, not as much as Hotaru's and Rei's fathers, but had loads of money. Specifically through a good number of patrons.

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* Michiru Kaioh (Sailor Neptune) from ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' is an interesting example of this, in that it is never stated that she is actually filthy rich, and we never have any idea who her parents are, but the fact that she owns a Stradivarius violin and a gigantic condo with its own aquarium (with Haruka) and is a world-famous violinist and painter in her own right (enough so to get double-billing with the world-famous pop sensation The Starlights in the Stars ''Stars'' season of the [[Anime/SailorMoon original [[Manga/SailorMoon 90s anime]]) still makes her part of this trope. In fact, Usagi, in a memorable episode, wherein she is feeling she is not classy enough or worthy enough of Mamoru, stumbles upon Haruka and Michiru in a theater in a park, where Michiru is up on stage playing her violin and looking classy, and then proceeds to [[CrowningMomentofAwesome bounce a lemon on her violin while playing it with her eyes closed]]; Usagi declares Michiru to be the "ideal Princess" and pitifully follows her around for the rest of the episode, hoping she'll get some of it by osmosis or something. Michiru also, notably, has a mirror which always shows her the truth and has the ability to sense when things are coming, and has wavy, aquamarine hair. It was clearly mentioned in the [[Manga/SailorMoon manga]] that both she and Haruka are rich, not as much as Hotaru's and Rei's fathers, but had loads of money. Specifically through a good number of patrons.



* Reika Ryuuzaki in ''Manga/AimForTheAce'', one of the founding members of the stylized genre, and the first to use many of the phrases that went on to define the speech of rich girls in anime. (Note that Kazumi Amano Anime/{{Gunbuster}} is a huge parody of Reika, and indeed Anime/{{Gunbuster}} is one giant parody of Manga/AimForTheAce, though few fans are aware of it.

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* Reika Ryuuzaki in ''Manga/AimForTheAce'', one of the founding members of the stylized genre, and the first to use many of the phrases that went on to define the speech of rich girls in anime. (Note that Kazumi Amano Anime/{{Gunbuster}} is a huge parody of Reika, and indeed Anime/{{Gunbuster}} ''Anime/{{Gunbuster}}'' is one giant parody of Manga/AimForTheAce, ''Manga/AimForTheAce'', though few fans are aware of it.



* The ''Anime/PrettyCure'' multiverse seems to like them, with Honoka (Cure White) from ''Anime/FutariWaPrettyCure'' and both Komachi (Cure Mint) and the aforementioned Karen (Cure Aqua) from ''Anime/YesPrettyCure5''. Then, there are Reika (Cure Beauty) from ''Anime/SmilePrettyCure'', and Alice (Cure Rosetta) from ''Anime/DokiDokiPrecure'', the latter being as rich as Karen. Both, Karen and Alice, are shown to have butlers.

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* The ''Anime/PrettyCure'' ''Franchise/PrettyCure'' multiverse seems to like them, with Honoka (Cure White) from ''Anime/FutariWaPrettyCure'' and both Komachi (Cure Mint) and the aforementioned Karen (Cure Aqua) from ''Anime/YesPrettyCure5''. Then, there are Reika (Cure Beauty) from ''Anime/SmilePrettyCure'', and Alice (Cure Rosetta) from ''Anime/DokiDokiPrecure'', the latter being as rich as Karen. Both, Karen and Alice, are shown to have butlers.



* Lottie and Sara in ''Anime/SoukouNoStrain'' both come from rich families, as, it is implied, do most to all Reasoners.

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* Lottie and Sara in ''Anime/SoukouNoStrain'' ''Anime/StrainStrategicArmoredInfantry'' both come from rich families, as, it is implied, do most to all Reasoners.
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* Miki Hanakain in ''Manga/TenshiNaKonamaiki''.

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* Miki Hanakain in ''Manga/TenshiNaKonamaiki''.''Manga/CheekyAngel''.
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