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Kaede Fujieda
藤枝 かえで
Kaede Fujieda portait.png
Kaede Fujieda
Series Sakura Wars 2: Thou Shalt Not Die
Sakura Wars 4: Fall in Love, Maidens
Age 23 (Sakura Wars 2)
25 (Sakura Wars 4)
Birthdate October 21st, 1901
Relations Ayame Fujieda (older sister)
Birthplace Tokyo, Japan
Gender Female
Height 161 cm
Weight 45 kg
Hair Brown
Eyes Brown
Blood Type A
First Appearance
Sakura Wars 2: Thou Shalt Not Die
Last Appearance
Sakura Wars 4: Fall in Love, Maidens
First Appearance
Sakura Wars: The Radiant Gorgeous Blooming Cherry Blossoms: The Dreadful Assassin from New York
Last Appearance
Sakura Taisen: Sumire
Media Portrayal
Japanese Voice Ai Orikasa
English Voice Meredith May (Sakura Wars 2 OVA)
Lia Sargent (Sakura Wars Movie)
Erika Walsh (Sakura Wars Sumire)

Kaede Fujieda (藤枝 かえで Fujieda Kaede) is the acting Vice Commander of the Imperial Combat Revue. She was originally Deputy Commander to the short-lived European Star Division.



A very professional and competent deputy commander. Not much different of her elder sister, she also has a very caring behavior towards the Flower Division.

She sometimes misses her late elder sister, as she sometimes get saddened due to that.

Outside of this, much like Ayame, Kaede has a spontaneous and very carefree side at point of even being sometimes comical as all the other flower division members, but at same time she can be more commanding, serious and even with more attitude than her sister as the vice-commander of the Flower Division, as she showed in the movie that she used a karate chop against one of the antagonist soldiers, or when she talks in a calm manner but quickly changes into a severe leader to maintain the order during the stage plays.


In the games

[[Sakura Taisen 2]]

Sakura Taisen 4

In films and television

Sakura Taisen: Gouka Kenran

Kaede played a supportive role in the OVA.

In episode 2, Kaede performed as Madam Berylune during the theater play's rehearsal. When Iris left a letter after leaving the Great Imperial Theater for a while, the entire Imperial Flower Division decided to find her. Later having learned that Iris and Reni is in Sumida river, Kaede made an arrangement for a boat and asked the rest of the Flower Division to look after them.

In episode 3, while eating dinner the girls talked about a silent film actress named Tsuwako Tamazusa with horrible voice had lost her acting career when "talking pictures" became popular thus taking her own life and her spirit frequently appears in Studio 13, but to the surprised of many Ogami told the next shooting of The Crimson Lizard will be held at the same place. The next day when Ogami and Kaede watched the ongoing shooting with Sumire at Studio 13, a chandelier suddenly fell but Sumire immediately downplays it and continue her off-script acting as if nothing happened. After leaving the studio, Kaede asked if Ogami wanted to stay awhile longer which he agreed.

In episode 4 on behalf of Seiya Ogata, Ogami and Kaede asking manager Yoneda's permission for a model cover of Red Lad book which Kohran act as a lead role, but he instead wanted to directly confirmed Kohran's answer as Yoneda noticed the continued eavesdropping of the girls. Later, when the rest of the Flower Division learn that Kohran and Orihime is in trouble, Kaede offered her plan to save them.

In episode 6, Kaede teases Ogami if he still have hungover from naval academy reunion but steps back a bit when the girls of Flower Division running and bumped into him, at the same time asking them where are they going. Later they learned from the Wind Division that the girls are heading towards Sendai as Sakura mistakenly thought to gonna get married, but Ogami assured they wouldn't went that far enough due to railway workers' strike. However the phone rang and told the girls are gonna use the Shougeimaru instead to "rescue" Sakura, in response Kaede called a person to arrange the Flower Division's arrival in Sendai.

Sakura Wars: The Movie

Sakura Taisen: Sumire

Kaede summoned Sumire to sign the documents to formally discharge her and commends Sumire's role in the Flower Division.


  • The name Kaede is written in hiragana (かえで), which has no special meaning. However, when written in kanji (楓), it could possibly mean "maple".
  • Kaede's surname Fujieda means "wisteria" (藤) (fuji) and "branch" (枝) (eda).