This incarnation of Ieyasu Tokugawa appears in the Sengoku Collection anime series as a rising pop idol.
This incarnation of Ieyasu Tokugawa is created based off of a cell phone game by Konami Digital Entertainment. Her character design is credited to Katsunori Shibata. Ieyasu makes first appearance in the Sengoku Collection episode Peaceful Empress where Kana Hanazawa voices her.
A teenage, moe Ieyasu Tokugawa is transported to the modern day and becomes enthralled with the world of idols after seeing a commercial for a pop star named Rosary. Ieyasu tries to join numerous singing and dancing groups but is consistently kicked out due to trying to stand out. Eventually, she meets Hiroshi Ohtake of Estoir Productions, who signs her to a solo idol contract. After a lot of hard work and struggles, Ieyasu has her hit debut and gets to meet Rosary, who has become bitter and jaded over Ieyasu's rise to stardom. Refusing to be deterred, Ieyasu vows to continue on. Later, she meets Nobunaga Oda who demands that Ieyasu hand over her Secret Treasures. With no desire to leave to the modern day and her spot as the top idol, Ieyasu hands it over and wishes Nobunaga good luck on her quest.