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  • Other Names: お須免の方 (Osume no kata)
  • Japanese: 蓮淨院 (Renjô-in)

Renjô-in, also known as Osume no kata, was a concubine of Tokugawa Ienobu, second in rank to Okomu no kata among his concubines.

She gave birth to Ienobu's second son, but the boy died within two years.


  • Cecilia Segawa Seigle, “Tokugawa Tsunayoshi and the Formation of Edo Castle Rituals of Giving,” in Martha Chaiklin (ed.), Mediated by Gifts: Politics and Society in Japan 1350-1850, Brill (2017), 136, 139.