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Ikeda Sen

Ikeda Sen (池田せん) or Annyo-in (安養院) was the daughter of Ikeda Tsuneoki and sister of Ikeda Terumasa. Mori Nagayoshi was her first husband.

She was known for leading a Teppō unit, or unit of musketeers, which consisted of 200 women in the Battle of Komaki and Nagakute. After her husband's death in the same battle, she married Nakamura Kazuuji.

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