[[caption-width-right:300:[-Everyone looks good in a Sailor Fuku. Even mechas.-][[note]]from top left then down: [[Manga/SailorMoon Usagi Tsukino]], [[Manga/SayonaraZetsubouSensei Chiri Kitsu (L) and Kafuka Fuura (R)]], [[Manga/InuYasha Kagome Higurashi]], LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya, [[VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha Sakura Kasugano]], [[Anime/BloodTheLastVampire Saya]], [[Anime/MobileFighterGGundam Nobel Gundam]] [[/note]].]]
->''"Take it! I'm supposed to be the one who laughs last
->Because of my sailor uniform, that's the conclusion
->I'm in a bad mood, what to do?
->Even though it's Monday! Summer clothes'll fix it -- Cuuute!"''
-->--''Manga/LuckyStar'' opening theme (okay, it sounds better in Japanese, but...)

Sailor Fuku refers to the characteristic [[http://fr.academic.ru/pictures/frwiki/83/Sailor-fuku_for_winter.jpg "sailor suit"]] schoolgirl uniforms worn in Japan. Sailor fuku uniforms are actually based on late Victorian/early 20th-century "[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victorian_dress_reform rational dress]]" [[http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/File:Science_ofDress101Fig6.png girl's fashions]] (themselves based on European naval uniforms), but the prevalence of sailor-suited school girls in anime, manga, and other forms of Japanese media show how iconic the sailor fuku is in Japan. This is true despite many Japanese schools having switched to more Western-patterned uniforms. However, there are some American schools that use Sailor Fuku.

Sailor-suit uniforms may be a vehicle for FanService as well, as the uniform skirts are often depicted as being [[MagicSkirt unrealistically short]]. This alteration is so common that it is rarely commented on or questioned, though it may be off-putting to those who are not used to anime or manga based media. Uniforms may be altered in other ways to [[NonuniformUniform distinguish certain characters]], [[CustomUniformOfSexy especially ones considered particularly beautiful]].

This is more a Japanese cultural trope than an Anime Trope but is found prominently in anime, especially on {{Joshikousei}}; compare the Western trope CatholicSchoolGirlsRule.

It may depend on the region, but in RealLife recently the sailor suit (and the traditional male counterpart, the ''gakuran''--a black ensemble with a high collar, based on Prussian officer uniforms) has become largely the domain of middle/junior high schools, whereas high schools have shifted towards more fashionable or professional-looking styles of uniform, often with tailored blazers, vests, neckties, and plaid skirts. Elementary schools, if they have a uniform, tend towards collarless jackets and skirts with suspenders -- and sometimes, students wear their gym uniforms during class and change into their formal uniforms when outside of the school or attending ceremonies.

In an inversion of a western trope, in the 70s and late 80s, the common image of a female delinquent had an extremely ''long'' skirt, but this appears less frequently these days..

See SchoolSwimsuit for another type of Japanese uniform often used to a similar effect in media.

Compare SchoolUniformsAreTheNewBlack, since some examples here have the uniform as their standard outfit.


[[folder: Anime and Manga ]]
* Though the central female characters of ''Manga/SailorMoon'' are actually ''junior'' high-schoolers, not only do they all wear sailor uniforms in their "civilian" lives, their Senshi uniforms seem to be clearly based on them as well; indeed, [[CaptainObvious this is where the "Sailor" in the name comes from]]. This is later [[JustifiedTrope justified]] when it is revealed that the sailor-suit concept comes from ancestral memories of the heroes' uniform, not vice-versa. The last season has the girls in highschool, and they keep wearing sailor uniforms as school clothes.
* Toune in ''Anime/MelodyOfOblivion'', who goes around fighting Monsters wearing sailor fuku.
* Kagome in ''Manga/InuYasha'' wears her school uniform while hunting monsters in the ''[[JidaiGeki sengoku]]'' period, centuries before they were invented. She's a time traveller from the present day and WordOfGod says--tongue planted firmly in cheek--that she prefers it because it's [[MundaneUtility durable.]] As a case of StableTimeLoop, her legendary exploits in the past inspired the invention of the fuku.
* ''Manga/MermaidMelodyPichiPichiPitch''
* Misaki of ''Anime/KidouTenshiAngelicLayer'' wears her uniform to play Angelic Layer, as do a few other characters.
* ''[[Franchise/DotHack .hack//]]'':
** In ''Tasogare no Udewa Densetsu'', one of the fetished-up outfits that Shugo discovers in a treasure chest is a sailor fuku.
** [[WordOfGod The character designer]] for the ''.hack//Another Birth'' novels has mentioned considering giving Akira a sailor fuku in the real world, but decided against it as they were overused, and gave her a less common blazer uniform.
* ''Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub'':
** Haruhi, the local wholesome female cross-dresser, infiltrates an elementary school with a 17-year old male classmate named Honey. Honey, who has a huge case of OlderThanTheyLook, dresses in his old elementary school uniform while Haruhi puts on her middle school sailor fuku. The rest of the club admits that the two stick out anyway so the disguises are useless: they just wanted to see Haruhi in a schoolgirl's uniform.
** Haruhi's middle school uniform shows up again in the ''Literature/AliceInWonderland'' inspired AllJustADream episode.
** The Ouran Academy has a more elaborate get-up for female students (at least the high school division; the middle school division actually does have sailor fuku), but that doesn't stop Renge from occasionally cosplaying her favourite Visual Novel's heroine in fuku. Also St. Lobelia has Joshikousei uniforms, which actually resemble long skirts.
* ''Manga/SayonaraZetsubouSensei''
* ''Anime/FutariWaPrettyCureSplashStar'', ''Anime/HeartcatchPrettyCure'' and ''Anime/DokiDokiPrettyCure'' all have their respective heroines wear sailor suit-esque school uniforms (although the ones in ''Heartcatch'' and ''Doki-Doki'' are dress uniforms, they're still sailor suit-esque nonetheless). Miki's school uniform in ''Anime/FreshPrettyCure'' can also be considered an example.
* ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'' revolves around a [[ClubPresident high-school club]], and thus, sailor fuku appear in abundance. In Volume 1 of the novels, Kyon [[LampshadeHanging wonders]] if the principal has a fetish for this since male students wear blazers and ties, but girls wear the more traditional sailor uniform.
* ''Manga/LuckyStar'''s AnimeThemeSong is titled "Motteke! Sailor Fuku". The CD has a B-side titled [[ZettaiRyouiki "Kaeshite! Knee Socks"]].
* ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'':
** Sora wears one in ''Anime/DigimonAdventure02''.
** Ruki from ''Anime/DigimonTamers'' uses a blazer-like uniform instead, though she always changes out as soon as she gets home.
** Miyako/Yolei gets one in the third movie -- and wonders whether she can wear her cargo pants under the skirt.
* ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima,'' though only to point out that the fact Sayo wears one is proof that she died a long time ago as the uniform has changed since.
* ''[[Franchise/LyricalNanoha Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha]]'' also based her battle uniform on a sailor fuku, although her young incarnation has a considerably longer skirt than normal.
** This seems to be the uniform at the Mid-Childian school Harii Tribeccah goes to in ''Manga/ViVid''.
* Kimura in ''Manga/AzumangaDaioh'' suggests sailor uniforms as a gym outfit.
** Chiyo's two friends from elementary school wear these upon entering middle school. Chiyo's somewhat jealous that she'll never get to wear one because she skipped ahead to high school, but they note that they are not likely get into her school.
* ''Anime/FullMetalPanicFumoffu''
** A delightful sequence occurs where Kaname Chidori, normally dressed in the school's fairly unusual outfit, agrees to become "manager" for a rugby club: and so puts on a more traditional sailor fuku (and carries a kettle).
** When Commander Mardukas has just threatened Sousuke with terrible retribution should he do anything indecent to Tessa while she is staying in Japan, when the girl in question enters wearing a Jindai High School uniform. Cue open-mouthed response from both males, until Tessa [[InnocentFanserviceGirl asks what they're staring at]].
* Hitomi from ''Anime/TheVisionOfEscaflowne'' wears her school uniform for most of the series, even though she's been transported to another world where Japanese high schools are not present. In one episode, she's given a local dress to wear, only to rip off the skirt so that she can run freely later. Interestingly, the dress rips completely cleanly and evenly, leaving her with an outfit that looks amazingly similar to her school uniform.
* In one episode of ''Anime/BottleFairy'', the fairies, while imagining going to school, are all in sailor fuku... except for {{Cloudcuckoolander}} Hororo, who dresses up in the equivalent iconic uniform for kindergarten and elementary school. The others get her straightened out by the time "class" starts, though.
* The manga version of ''Anime/ReadOrDie'' included this when parodying (but using) {{fanservice}} moments, with Yomiko donning one of the much younger Nenene's ''fuku''. It's even [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]].
-->'''Yomiko''': [[ChristmasCake Even though I'm 25]], it looks good, right?
* A variant of the standard sailor uniform as a one-piece dress somehow winds up in the thrift store in ''Anime/HaibaneRenmei'', where Rakka buys it and wears it for the majority of the series.
* ''Manga/LoveHina'', the younger tenants are occasionally seen in them, and Kitsune and Naru are prominently seen in flashbacks...and, occasionally, ''[[SexySchoolwoman not]]'' in flashbacks.
* The sailor fuku's worn in ''LightNovel/MariaSamaGaMiteru'' are an interesting variety, in that they have very long skirts and are generally not very flattering. In that, they may actually be [[TruthInTelevision more like the real thing]].
** Also notable in that they appear to be one-piece dresses, as opposed to the typical separate blouse and skirt.
* Nobel Gundam from ''Anime/MobileFighterGGundam'' is a HumongousMecha dressed in a Sailor Fuku. As if that weren't nonsensical enough, it's from ''Sweden'' of all places. Presumably the scientists who designed it were a bunch of weeaboos (it does show its Scandinavian roots in [[TheBerserker another way, though...]]).
** Similarly the VF-1A "Angel Bird" variant Valkyrie from the first episode of SuperDimensionFortressMacross. Though it never transforms out of fighter mode on-screen, the paint scheme becomes [[http://www.macross2.net/m3/sdfmacross/variant-vf-1a-angel.htm oddly familiar]] in Battroid mode. One of the many such {{Easter Egg}}s thrown into the first few episodes of the series.
* The sailor uniforms in ''Manga/{{Saki}}'' appear to have quite some variation in skirt lengths, ranging from way below the knees to ultra-short, permanently flashy miniskirts--the latter usually reserved for younger characters, sometimes combined with ZettaiRyouiki.
* ''Manga/AoiHana'': The all-girl high school attended by Akira, Fujigaya, has relatively realistically depicted sailor fukus, with skirts way below the knee.
* Takane Katsu in ''Anime/BurstAngel'' wears this, wields a sword, and drives a motorcycle. And she's a police officer who snags Jo's arm with a thrown cuff on a chain.
* While the tops of ''Manga/HayateTheCombatButler'''s Hakuou Academy have resemblance to the style, the skirts are ankle length and are actually dresses. Isumi still dislikes them for being 'breezy', though she wears kimonos.
* ''Anime/HanaukyoMaidTai La Verite'' episode 8. When Konoe doesn't have any civilian clothes to wear, her assistant Yashima Sana dresses her in one of these and then puts on one herself. They look like a cross between a normal JapaneseSchoolUniform and a Catholic school uniform.
* ''Manga/CherryJuice'': Haruka Fukushima, author of the shojo manga, admits in the omake that one of the main reasons she decided to make a high-school romance series was so that she would have the opportunity to draw SailorFuku.
* ''Manga/{{Kochikame}}'': Special Detectives Moonlight and Venus are male variants of SailorFuku who make their role in fighting crime using old fighter jets and made appearances in every TV special.
* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'': The high school attended by the lead character does not employ this type of uniform and thus it was not seen for most of the early manga. This makes the appearance of Lisa Yadomaru, a woman likely in her twenties, wearing the fuku a little jarring.
** Following the TimeSkip, Ichigo's little sisters Karin and Yuzu wear fukus on entering middle school.
** Orihime and Tatsuki ''used'' to wear fukus when they attended middle school.
* An omake of ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' featured a high school with these uniforms.
** The associated fetishism was interrupted when said fukus were worn by ''Orochimaru and Kabuto''.
* Nitori from ''Manga/WanderingSon'' owns one despite [[TransSexual his... uhm, HER]] school not using them. When the TrueCompanions split off into various high schools Sasa, Momoko, and Chi got put in schools that have SailorFuku. Nitori, Mako, Seya, and Maho go to schools that have the contemporary "blazer" style uniforms, while Takatsuki and Chiba got into schools that are uniform-free. Nevertheless, Nitori got a new girls uniform.
* The anthropomorphized Sealand in ''Manga/AxisPowersHetalia'' always wears a sailor suit.
* Tomonaga Yoshiko in ''Sisterism'' wears one in a chapter.
* A oneshot in ''Robot: Super Color Comic'' takes place in TheFuture where SailorFuku are no longer used however the protagonists of the chapter wear them while going to a picnic. They try to cosplay as 21st century girls, eating food from that period (crepes) and going down to the long-since evacuated areas below ground.
* Parodied along with just about every other anime trope in ''Anime/MartianSuccessorNadesico''. Impractically short-skirted sailor fuku feature prominently in the titular space battleship's "Early 21st Century High School" virtual reality entertainment program and one character trying to seduce another hacks the program to make her skirt even shorter.
* In ''Anime/MillenniumActress'' Chiyoko is often shown wearing a sailor fuku in the scenes depicting her childhood: unlike modern versions it's a genuine 1930s-era winter uniform made out of heavy wool for durability and cut with "room to grow" bagginess.
* In ''Manga/DeathNote'', Misa wears a sailor fuku as part of a disguise.
* In ''Anime/KillLaKill'', Senketsu is a ''sentient'' sailor fuku with an EyepatchOfPower who is often worn by the main character, Ryuko. It's worth noting that in this series, clothes are weaponized to the point of being PoweredArmor, and the show even gives a CallBack to the fact that sailor fuku were originally military uniforms.
* In ''Anime/GirlsUndPanzer'', the girls of Oarai Academy, the only shown high school that does not have a national theme, wear them as their school uniform.
* In FushigiYuugi, while Miaka and Yui wear Western-styled uniforms, Suzuno [[spoiler: aka Byakko no Miko]] wore a standard blue fuku. A JustifiedTrope: [[spoiler: Suzuno is from the [[ImperialJapan Japan of the 20's/30's]], and the ''fuku'' and ''gakuran'' had just been implemented as uniforms. Before her, Takiko from FushigiYuugiGenbuKaiden wore ''hakama'' to school instead.]]
* In DetectiveConan, while Shinichi, Ran and Sonoko go to a highschool that prefers the blazer style of uniforms, the junior high they ''used'' to go to uses the sailor fuku. Also Akako, Aoko, Kaitou and Hakuba's own school still uses seifuku and gakuran.
** In the ''Detective Koshien'' mini arc, seeing [[{{Bifauxnen}} Koshimizu]] in a blue and white ''seifuku'' clues Conan, Hakuba and Heiji on how [[GenderReveal she isn't a boy.]] [[spoiler: A plot point: she's actually 20 years old, but uses her old ''seifuku'' to make herself look younger and blend in better.]]
* In TheTwelveKingdoms, Youko's highschool uses a dark gray ''seifuki'' as its uniform.
* In the first ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' movie, ''Tenchi Muyo in Love'', Ryoko and Ayeka wear a black version of the sailor fuku, blending in with the rest of Achika's class.

[[folder: ComicBook]]
* Itchy-Koo of ''ComicBook/NinjaHighSchool'' wore one. Unlike most examples, hers was actually tasteful.
* One cover of ''ComicBook/SonicTheHedgehog'' had Mina Mongoose donning one as the issue was dedicated to showing our heroes in school. Why yes, it ''was'' during their DorkAge.

[[folder: Film ]]
* The live-action adaptation of ''Anime/BloodTheLastVampire'' has finally brought this fetish to the silver screen.
* EmilyBrowning's character in ''Film/SuckerPunch'' appears to do this.
* In ''TwoBrothers'' Raoul, a French boy in [[TheFrenchColonialEmpire 1920's French Indochina]], wears the Western sailor suit fashion that became the basis for the use of sailor suits as school uniforms in Japan.
* Featured prominently in ''[[Film/SailorFukuToKikanjuu Sailor Suit and Machine Gun]]'' (as the title indicates), a film about an OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent who inherits the leadership of a {{yakuza}} clan.
* ''Film/AlmostAngels'' depicts the RealLife sailor suit uniform of the Vienna Boys Choir. Needless to say there are several variations from the Japanese school girl model, most notably the use of trousers instead of skirts.
* Gogo Yubari from ''Film/KillBill'' wears a sailor fuku. Her fetish is [[AxeCrazy gutting men]] who think she's trying to appeal to [[{{Lolicon}} their fetish.]]
* In Luchino Visconti adaptation of ''Literature/DeathInVenice'' [[LongHairedPrettyBoy Tadzio]] wears boy sailor suit.

[[folder: Live Action TV ]]
* ''Series/KamenRiderKabuto'': Tendou Juka, Tendou Souji's little sister, is a prime example. Some consider her an example of {{Lolicon}} pandering.
* Surprisingly, ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries''. In the episode "Court Martial", a young girl is wearing a futuristic sailor fuku. [[HilariousInHindsight Humorously enough]], it looks like something Sailor Mercury would wear.

[[folder: Music ]]
* Chibi from Music/TheBirthdayMassacre wears a sailor suit in the video for "Looking Glass".

[[folder: Video Games ]]
* Sakura Kasugano and Karin Kanzuki from the ''Franchise/StreetFighter'' series both dress in sailor fuku. It's so much a part of who Sakura is, that she wears it as her fight uniform in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'', despite WordOfGod stating that she's over twenty now. [[OlderThanTheyLook She looks young enough anyway.]]
* ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'': The Jellyfish Pirates wears this as their uniform.
* Hinata Wakaba from ''VideoGame/RivalSchools''.
* Athena Asamiya from ''VideoGame/PsychoSoldier''. Her ''King of Fighters'' incarnation was supposed to fight in a sailor fuku but the [[WordOFGod creators]] thought that it would be "too risqué", and limited the outfit to her pre-fight animations. Years later, she actually fought in such outfit in ''VideoGame/SNKVsCapcomMatchOfTheMillennium''; and finally, in ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters XI'', ''XII'' and ''XIII'' she actually fights using a school uniform... [[NotAllowedToGrowUp as late as it may seem]]. She claims in-story that it's a [[ShoutOut "throw back to her origins"]]
** Rather cynically lampshaded by Kyo Kusanagi ([[HypocriticalHumor who was famous for fighting in a *gakuran*]]):
-->"No one wears sailor uniforms at your age anymore!"
* Kasumi and Ayane from ''VideoGame/DeadOrAlive'' have, in some games, alternate outfits that are school outfits, all for {{Fanservice}} purposes, of course, but also note that [[AllThereInTheManual they're supposed to be that young]].
* Saki from the ''VideoGame/{{Onechanbara}}'' series has a sailor suit as her default outfit.
* Ling Xiaoyu and her PaletteSwap Miharu Hirano from the ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}}'' series have sailor fuku costumes in some games.
* In the standard branch of the ''Franchise/TokimekiMemorial'' series (aka ''Tokimeki Memorial 1'' to ''4''), actually only the first game has a Sailor Fuku as the High School's uniform, the other three using Blazers. When ''Tokimeki Memorial 4'', set in the same High School (Kirameki High) as the first game fifteen years later, was announced, some fans cried TheyChangedItNowItSucks regarding the change of the school's iconic Sailor Fuku to a Blazer-type uniform : the complain fortunately dried down quickly, thanks to {{Konami}}'s clever move of making Kirameki High change gradually its uniform, so that the two [[SenpaiKohai senpai]] characters keep the Sailor Fuku as the last class wearing it, while the main protagonist and the characters in the same year as him and below christen the new Blazer.
* Downplayed in the ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' series. Despite having an ImprobablyFemaleCast with [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters hundreds of characters]], the only actual schoolgirl never wears a uniform. Only two characters have ever been depicted wearing one, and one of them was ''actually a sailor'' (and even then, it's difficult to tell if she's wearing shorts or a skirt).
* In ''VideoGame/RecettearAnItemShopsTale'', the strongest and most expensive clothes that can be purchased that playable (though the [=NPCs=] can be sold it as well, obviously) female characters can equip and be sold is a sailor uniform, whose description reads "Confers great power upon women of any age group." Though if male characters come in asking for clothes, you can sell them this also (though the playable male characters cannot equip it, which would make it funnier).
* In ''VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou'', a sailor uniform and gakuran can be found as special clothes.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Valis}}'', Yuko Ahso wears a sailor fuku for the first few stages before getting her ChainmailBikini. The blue skirt matches the [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair color of her hair]]. It returns in ''Valis II'' as one of her selectable outfits (she can switch it for a blazer in the Japanese computer version).
* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'', the girls at your school [[spoiler: (save for Naoto, unless you count her Christmas date)]] have uniforms like this, though it's more noticeable during the game's warmer months.
** In its predecessor ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}, while the main characters have {{Custom Uniform}}s, the background characters are seen wearing fukus. The only main character to wear one is Aigis, and even then she wears the winter one regardless of season [[spoiler: to hide her robot parts]].
* You can make your characters wear certain outfits in ''Videogame/ArcRiseFantasia''. One set is supposed to be a series of military academy uniforms, except for Ryfia's, which is a sailor fuku. Even Cecille, the TokenMiniMoe, gets a smaller version of the uniform and not a fuku. The characters comment on this.

[[folder: Visual Novels ]]
* ''VideoGame/YoakeMaeYoriRuriiroNa'' gives sailor uniforms to about half the haremettes: Feena (as an exchange student), Natsuki, Mai, and Midori wear it when they attend Katherina Academy.
* In ''[[VisualNovel/KisetsuODakishimete Kisetsu o Dakishimete]]'' (the 2nd game of the ''VisualNovel/{{Yarudora}}'' series), the school blazer Mayu wears when the player character first finds her is a plot point. At several moments of the storyline, they use it to try and find the school it's affiliated to, and consequently [[QuestForIdentity discover Mayu's identity]]. It doesn't work, nobody they ask has ever seen this blazer. When following the [[spoiler: "Spirit of the Cherry Trees"]] storyline, it's implied the blazer is [[spoiler: the one Mayu's sister Mami, who just came back from overseas, wore when she was accidented]].
* Athena Cykes has one as a DLC costume in ''[[Franchise/AceAttorney Ace Attorney]]''. Even all the female law students in 5-3, Including Juniper and Scuttlebutt, excluding [[spoiler:Robin Newman]], wear this.
* ''VisualNovel/DanganRonpa'' has Sayaka Maizono and Sakura Ogami wearing this. Toko Fukawa wears one as well, with a much longer skirt than the other two.

[[folder: Web Comics ]]
* In ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'', [[RaisedByWolves Grace]] pictures herself and most other female characters wearing fuku in her school-related DreamSequence. This is probably meant to imply that her impression of school up until that point came almost entirely [[http://egscomics.com/?date=2007-05-23 from watching anime.]] Judging by the design, it's specifically ''Manga/AzumangaDaioh''.
* The heroine of ''MAQ #41'' used to wear Japanese uniforms to school. Since she lives in the United States this was viewed as quite odd and helped make her a target for bullying.
* ''Webcomic/TheWotch'': The spell used to turn Professor Sorgaz into [=MingMei=] Wu was allegedly created by a "rabid anime fanboy" which is why she ended up Ka-fuku'd as well as "Ka-Girled." Since it also gave her a Chinese name he must have been ''ignorant'' as well as rabid. She ditches the fuku after Anne undoes the part of the spell that is messing with her head.
* In the ''{{Homestuck}}'' Act 6 Intermission 3 Ministrife, among the many different costumes that can be seen, Damara is wearing a serafuku.

[[folder: Web Original ]]
* ''Literature/SailorNothing'', as well as Sailors Truth and Beauty, wear embellished versions of their school uniforms when they're in sailor form.
* Music/{{Vocaloid}} Rin Kagamine wears a sailor fuku top, though it's sleeveless. Her [[FlipFlopOfGod twin brother / mirror image]] Len wears a sleeved one.
* In the ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'', Tennyo's school uniform is based on this design.

[[folder: Western Animation ]]
* Katana, the (at first) girl Outsider in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'', wore a sailor suit in Season 1. However, in Season 2, she ditched it for the classic costume of her comic book counterpart.
* [[ThePrimadonna Lily]] wears one in ''WesternAnimation/KappaMikey'', even though she actually is not a student.
* ''WesternAnimation/TotallySpies'': Madison, the President's daughter wears one.
* ''WesternAnimation/NapoleonDynamite'': In the second episode, a scantron dating machine pairs Napoleon up with a Japanese foreign exchange student named Tokiko, who's sporting Sailor Fuku and every other Japanese schoolgirl-related trope you can imagine.