Soga no Iruka (蘇我 入鹿, died July 10, 645) was a statesman in the Asuka Period of Japan.
He was a son of Soga no Emishi. He was assassinated by Prince Naka-no-Ōe (see: Isshi Incident) though he tried to murder Prince Yamashiro, and to rule the emperor family. Emishi also committed suicide soon after his son's death, and the main branch of the Soga clan became extinct.
In 2005, the remains of a building which may have been Soga no Iruka's residence were discovered in Nara. This discovery appeared to be consistent with the description found in Nihon Shoki.