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.
- In Tekken 7 , Ganryu's Rage Art is similar to E. Honda's Orochi Breaker and the only difference is that Ganryu is slower when he punches and grapples the opponent before he sumo smash them into the ground upon impact.
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 fourteenth episode of Food Wars, the post-episode card features parodies of the some characters dressed as Street Fighter characters. The one of the supporting characters, Isami Aldini, is dressed as E. Honda.
- 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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