Diffusion fMRI (DfMRI) is an imaging method to investigate brain activity regardless of hemodynamic state. The previous study has proposed that resting state DfMRI (rsDfMRI) is suitable to investigate a magnitude of basal activity. In this study, we examined our hypothesis that this rsDfMRI have a potential of detecting functional connectivity (FC). FC patterns were compared between rsDfMRI and BOLD-rsfMRI in awake mice. A strong correlation of the pattern between rsDfMRI and BOLD-rsfMRI indicated that rsDfMRI is possible to conduct FC analysis. Therefore, we propose that rsDfMRI is a powerful tool to detect brain network as well as brain activity.