Street Fighter seriesEdit
- E. Honda makes a cameo at the Japanese Street stage in Capcom Fighting Evolution. He can be seen standing on the sidewalk, cheering on the fighters.
Other Video GamesEdit
- Ganryu and Taka-Arashi, from the Tekken and Virtua Fighter series respectively, bear a striking resemblance to E. Honda. This is due to the archetypal outfit and haircut worn by many Sumos in fiction.
Comics and MangaEdit
Television and AnimationsEdit
- In Episode 9 of the anime series Yu Yu Hakusho, a look-alike of E. Honda is seen standing in the background at the front entrance of Genkai's temple during the start of her personal tournament in order to find a worthy successor for her psychic and spiritual martial arts.
- In the Family Guy episode "Tiegs for Two", there is a Street Fighter II parody scene where Peter Griffin battles Mr. Washee Washee with the move-sets of Ryu and E. Honda respectively.
- In the 1993 movie City Hunter, E. Honda was a character played by Jackie Chan in the Street Fighter scene.
- In the 2012 video game-themed Disney film Wreck-It Ralph, E. Honda had a cameo as one of the portraits in Tappers'.
- In the 2018 Steven Spielberg film Ready Player One, E. Honda appear as one of the players in the sequence of Planet Doom PvP.
- In the Starbomb song "Rap Battle: Ryu vs. Ken", Ryu has a line; "My rhymes are phat like the sumo E. Honda".
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