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Seishin-ni (清心尼, 1585-1644), born as Hachinohe Neneko (八戸 子子子) or Nene (祢々), Mego (女古,女子)[1] was a Japanese woman from the Sengoku period and early Edo period. She became daimyō of the Hachinohe clan after Hachinohe Naomasa's death in 1614.[2][3]

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  1. ^ 柳谷 慶子 (2007). 近世の女性相続と介護. 吉川弘文館. p. 34. ISBN 9784642034203.
  2. ^ "清心尼公の墓を参詣して…". 奥羽*温故知新 (in Japanese).
  3. ^ cardiacsurgery. "おんな城主ものがたり その2 清心尼". Art & Bell by Tora (in Japanese).