- Gender: Male
- Birthday: 1892-05-14
- Day of Death: 1968-09-24 ( 76 years old )
- Place of Birth: Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan
- Also Known As: 池田富保 / Matsusaburo Onoe / 尾上松三郎 / Kensuke Mochizuki / 望月健佐 / Kenzai Mochizuki
Japanese director and screenwriter. Directed nearly 90 films and wrote nearly 80 screenplays between 1924 and 1954 , he also appeared as an actor in about fifteen films between 1921 and 1960. In 1921 Ikeda was discovered by actor Matsunosuke Onoe and joined Nikkatsu Kyoto. After the Great Kanto Earthquake on September 1, 1923 (Taisho 12), the staff of the contemporary drama club moved from Nikkatsu’s Tokyo Mukaishima studio, and in the process of moving from an actor to a director. In 1921 director Ikeda filmed his debut film “Watashîmori to Samurai” – first work in “Nikkatsu Kyoto’s historical drama ” in which an actress is appointed in place of the Onnagata.