|Japanese name:|| 綾小路 文麿|
|Nicknames:||Inspector Ojaru (おじゃる警部 Ojaru-keibu)|
|First appearance:||Crossroad in the Ancient Capital|
|Appearances:|| Chapters: 2|
|Japanese voice:||Ryotaro Okiayu|
Fumimaro Ayanokoji (綾小路 文麿 Ayanokōji Fumimaro) is a character in the anime franchise Detective Conan.
Fumimaro Ayanokoji is an Inspector in plain clothes from Kyoto Prefectural Police. He is known to be polite and snarky, as well as of noble descent. He has no close friends, with the sole exception is the cute little chipmunk he takes everywhere with him.
 Plot overview
 Movie 7: Crossroad in the Ancient Capital
 Movie 13: The Raven Chaser
As requested from Superintendent Matsumoto, who is actually Irish disguised, he helps Inspector Shiratori in a serial murder case involving five prefectures, also discovering that two hours before Heiji Hattori also came to Kyoto and investigated the same thing on behalf of Conan.
 Episode 694: The Missing Sweets in the Old Shop
 Movie 17: Private Eye in the Distant Sea
Along with Detective Kurumazaki, he is called on Hotaka warship to inform the officers about his investigations at the Maizuru Bay port, where it was found the body of Yousuke Sasaura, a Self-Defense Force member.
 Movie 18: Dimensional Sniper
As requested from Detective Takagi by Inspector Megure's orders, he must to protect Jack Waltz, a former US Army Captain, who is in a Kyoto hotel along with his family and is reported by the FBI as a possible victim of sniping cases.
 Relationships analysis
 Kozo Umehara
Kozo Umehara, age 63, is the new president of a famous Kyoto confectionery company from The Missing Sweets in the Old Shop. Ayanokoji seems to know him very well and they're always on good terms.
 Different looks
- Fumimaro Ayanokoji's voice actor, Ryotaro Okiayu, also voices Subaru Okiya and Kazumi Sanada. Ayanokoji and Subaru appear in movie 18, Dimensional Sniper, but not together.
- ^ a b c d e f g Episode 694: The Missing Sweets in the Old Shop
- ^ Movie 13: The Raven Chaser
- ^ Manga Volume 94, File 2 (1001): "The Crimson Demon"