Gozen is a Japanese term meaning "young lady" or "young lord". It is sometimes applied as a title for female warrior samurai. It may refer to:
- Hangaku Gozen, female samurai warrior of the late 12th and early 13th century
- Shizuka Gozen (1165–1211), Japanese court dancer and mistress of Minamoto no Yoshitsune
- Tokiwa Gozen (1123-c. 1180), Japanese noblewoman, mother of Minamoto no Yoshitsune
- Tomoe Gozen (1157?-1247), female, possibly fictional, samurai warrior, a concubine of Minamoto no Yoshinaka
- Tsuchida Gozen (died 1594), wife of warlord Oda Nobuhide and mother of warlord Oda Nobunaga
It can also be applied to a young man or a boy, e.g., in his younger years, to Rokudai Gozen, youngest son of Taira no Koremori (thus great-grandson to Taira no Kiyomori) and last heir to the Taira clan, to whose fate Chapters 7, 8 and 9 of Book 12 of the Heike Monogatari are dedicated.