|Died||May 18, 1584|
|Other names||Ikeda Nobuteru|
|Occupation||Daimyō, Military Commander|
|Parent(s)||Ikeda Toshitsune (father)|
He was a retainer of the famous warlords Oda Nobunaga and Toyotomi Hideyoshi. His childhood name was Katsusaburō (勝三郎). His father was Ikeda Toshitsune, who served Oda Nobuhide and His mother, Yotokuin was Oda Nobunaga's wet-nurse. There are various theories as to his birthplace (including Owari, Mino, Settsu and Ōmi provinces).
- Father: Ikeda Tsunetoshi (d. 1538)
- Mother: Yotokuin (1515–1608)
- Wife: Zen'ōin
- Ikeda Motosuke (1559–1584) by Zen'ōin
- Senhime married Mori Nagayoshi later married Nakamura Kazuuji
- Ikeda Terumasa by Zen'ōin
- Ikeda Nagayoshi (1570–1614) by Zen'ōin
- Ikeda Nagamasa (1575–1607) by Zen'ōin
- Waka-Mandokoro married Toyotomi Hidetsugu
- Tenkyuin married Yamazaki Iemori
- daughter married Asano Yoshinaga
- daughter married Oda Katsunaga
He was one of the four karō at Kiyosu Castle. His official position was Kii-no-kami (紀伊守), or "Governor of Kii Province". His courtesy name was Shōzaburō (勝三郎). He later became a priest, and referred to himself as Shōnyū (勝入). In his early years, he served Nobunaga, since his mother was a foster mother of Nobunaga.
In 1580, he beat Araki Murashige, who locked himself in Hanakuma Castle and was given Murashige's domain.
In 1582, he took part in Hashiba Hideyoshi's force at the Battle of Yamazaki after the Incident at Honnō-ji, helping defeat Akechi Mitsuhide.:277 He also took part in the meeting in Kiyosu Castle. In 1583, he was given 130,000 koku in Mino Province, and became the lord of Ōgaki Castle. In 1584, he took part in the Battle of Komaki and Nagakute on the side of Hideyoshi. He captured Inuyama Castle on his first assault.
Tsuneoki and his eldest son, Ikeda Motosuke, died in the battle at Nagakute,:43. His daughter, Ikeda Sen, and his son, Ikeda Terumasa, survived the battle. Ikeda Terumasa succeeded him as the leader of the Ikeda clan.
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- "Hideyoshi". books.google.co.uk. Retrieved 12 August 2017.