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Shimazu Iehisa (島津 家久?, 1547 – July 10, 1587) was a Japanese samurai of the Sengoku period, who was a member of the Shimazu clan of Satsuma Province. He served in a command capacity during his family's campaign to conquer Kyūshū. His sons was Shimazu Toyohisa, Shimazu Tadanao, and Shimazu Mitsuhisa. He was nephew of Ten'ei-in (wife of Tokugawa Ienobu) from his mother side and later he married Kamehime and daughter of Shimazu Yoshitaka, Mitsuhime.
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