Ema Saiko (1787-1861) was a Chinese poet and literati painter of the late Edo period. She was the eldest daughter of Ema Ransai, a physician of the Mino Ogaki domain. Her name was Taho, and her pennames were Shomu and Minozan. Her Chinese characters are Hosoka. In 1813 (Bunka 10), she met Sanyo Rai during his travels in Japan, and studied poetry and writing under him. He studied painting under Gyokurin (1751-1814) and Uragami Shunkin (1779-1846). He remained in close contact with the poet Sanyo Rai, whom he deeply respected throughout his life. He was also known as Liangchuan Honglan (1804-1879), a female Chinese poet from the same hometown.