Suzuki Ikkan was a Japanese ophthalmologist. He acquired the nickname because his father had lived in Mishima.
Suzuki Ikkan was born in Musashi Province (around Edo, now Tokyo) in 1749.
Suzuki Ikkan practiced various branches of medicine other than ophthalmology and was widely known as the Eye Doctor of Mishima, Shizuoka Prefecture.
In his late years he lived at Kojimachi, Edo, and hobnobbed with noted persons of the time. Spent money freely on banquets and drinking parties. Even when he became ill in his declining years he called dancers and singers to his bedside to have gay parties.