After I finish learning the Japanese From Zero series, I would like to learn Japanese from Japanese sources such as what a Japanese school/college student would study from. I would like these books to make use of Kanji as if it were everyday Japanese but they must use furigana.
The problem with this question is that you are looking for something which is inherently an oxymoron: You want to find a language learning book for people who are mature natives of that language which use reading-aid tools to help consumption for non-natives of the language. No self-respecting publishing company would actually market such a thing, and no self-respecting native language speaker would consume it.
That said, you may not be entirely out of luck. While I can't point you to any specific ISBNs, if I had to read between the lines here, you seem to be looking for a book that teaches advanced Japanese in Japanese, rather than teaching Japanese in your native language (which I presume is English). To which there are plenty of good resources, although they might be hard to acquire outside of Japan. I would suggest starting by looking for Japanese-published JLPT study guides; I know for a fact (because I own them but do not have them on-hand at the moment to check the ISBNs/titles for you unfortunately) that there exist multiple product lines of study guides for JLPT N2 which seem to fit your purpose, if that's the level you are targeting. That said, it is unlikely that any native Japanese people would actually use such books, for many reasons, the least of which is that a Japanese native would have no interest in studying for or taking JLPT.