|sanshikan of Ryukyu|
|Preceded by||Kochinda Ando|
|Succeeded by||Zakimi Seifu|
|Born||October 1, 1798|
|Died||November 3, 1859(aged 61)|
|Parent(s)||Oroku Ryōwa (father)|
|Chinese name||Ba Inchū (馬 允中)|
Oroku Ryōkyō born to an aristocrat family called Ba-uji Oroku Dunchi (馬氏小禄殿内), and was given the name Oroku Ryōkō (小禄 良綱). He was the eldest son of Oroku Ryōwa. He was appointed as odori bugyō (踊奉行, "Magistrate of dance") by King Shō Kō in 1808 and danced kumi odori for the entertainment of the Chinese envoys.
He succeeded as the eleventh head of Ba-uji Oroku Dunchi after his father died in 1818.
Oroku was elected as a member of Sanshikan in 1839. Oroku changed his name to Ryōkyō (良恭) in order to avoid confusion with his college, Yonabaru Ryōkō (与那原 良綱, also known as Ba Tokubō 馬 徳懋). He retired in 1847.