Ishigaki Rin (?? ??, February 21, 1920 – December 26, 2004) was a Japanese poet, most famous for her poem "Nameplate." She was known as the "bank clerk poet" because all of her writing was done on the side of her job as a clerk at the Industrial Bank of Japan, and her work frequently appeared in her employer's newsletter.
Like her friend and contemporary Ibaragi Noriko, she was openly critical of environmental devastation, war, and nuclear power.
Some of her poems are used in Japanese language textbooks, and she is therefore one of the best-known contemporary poets in Japan.