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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Wada Ei ( ?, 1857 - 1929) was a textile worker and memoirist during the Meiji Era in Japan, daughter of samurai from Matsushiro, Shinano Province. SHe is known for writing a memoir called the "Tomioka Diary" (Tomioka Nikki) in which she chronicled her life among the female workers in the Tomioka silk mill.SHe was among the daughters of samurai who were recruited in 1873, the sixth year of the Meiji period, from across the nation for practical training over a period of two to three years in the silk production process. THey would later become trainers in silk manufacture in their own prefectures.UPon leaving Tomioka in 1874, the government awarded Wada and her colleagues medals and the special title "Women Spinners' Victory Battalion". SHe became a trainer at the Saij Village Silk Reeling Factory (later Rokk sha mill) in Matsushiro, Nagano Prefecture.