Ichijō Kaneka (一条 兼香, January 12, 1692 – September 21, 1751), son of regent Takatsukasa Fusasuke and adopted son of regent Kaneteru, was a kugyō (court noble) of the Edo period (1603–1868) of Japan. He held a regents position kampaku from 1737 to 1746. He married a daughter of Asano Tsunanaga, fourth head of Hiroshima Domain, and an adopted daughter of Ikeda Tsunamasa, second head of Okayama Domain.
- Father: Takatsukasa Fusasuke
- Mother: daughter of Yamashina Tokiyuki
- Foster father: Ichijo Kaneteru
- Concubine: Commoner
- ネケト. 一条家（摂家） (in Japanese). Retrieved 2007-09-11.
- unknown. 一橋徳川家 (in Japanese). Retrieved 2007-09-11.[dead link]
- The ja Wikipedia article says it's Kaneyoshi, but that would conflict with Ichijō Kaneyoshi (兼良). Besides no other sources are found backing this name.
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