- Born: 1861/6/10
- Died: 1939/4/6
- Other Names: 清原玉 (Kiyohara Tama), Eleonora Ragusa
- Japanese: ラグーザ玉 (Raguuza Tama)
Originally from Edo, and known as Kiyohara Tama, she became a student of the visiting teacher Vincenzo Ragusa, as well as modeling for him. In 1882, she accompanied him back to Italy, where she studied for a time at the University of Palermo. Marrying Ragusa, she took on the Italian name Eleonora, taught at the Palermo School of the Arts, and became a famous painter in her own right.
Following her husband's death in 1933, she returned to Japan. She died six years later, on April 6, 1939, at the age of 78.