It is a geographical family name, widely found outside of the Tohoku and Kyushu regions. The most common reading of “Ohtani” is “Ohtani,” but in the Tohoku region and near Ota City, Gunma Prefecture, it is often read as “Ohya. The family descended from the Emperor Kammu and received the surname Taira from the … Read More
Suzuki is the second most common surname in Japan. Mr. Suzuki (Suzukishi) is one of the representative surnames in Japan. It is said to be the family name of a Shinto priest derived from the ear of rice that is enshrined at festivals and the Hontsubo bell of a shrine. This line originated from … Read More
Sasuke a character for a video game Ninja Master’s Sasuke Uchiha, a character in Naruto media Sarutobi Sasuke, a character in Japanese children’s stories. Sasuke or NinjaRed, one of several main characters in the Ninja Sentai Kakuranger television series.
Saito is the 19th most common Japanese surname. Since Mr. Fujiwara’s family, Mochinobu, was the secretary of the “Saigu-ryo” of the government office near Ise Jingu, “Saigu-ryo” It is said that it started with calling himself “Saito” by saying “Mr. Fujiwara”.
Sato is the 1st common Japanese surname. The surname Sato is said to have started with the gift of Kamatari Nakatomi (Mr. Fujiwara) from Emperor Tenchi, and the name of Sato by the descendant of Hidesato Fujiwara, Kinkiyo Saemonnojo. When the Fujiwara family prospered, he called “Sa” the second role after the highest position … Read More
Japanese said “Hayashi” in a character Kanji. The etymology is “Hayasu”, and the conjunctive form of the verb “Hayasu” is a noun. “Hayasu” is to grow. The intention to prosper and grow. In other words, “Hayashi” is a place where trees are grown. It is also said to be a surname that originated from … Read More
Rice cultivation was introduced to Japan during the Yayoi period. After that, if rice cultivation developed and the number of rice fields increased, the number of villages increased in various places, and the central village was Nakamura. Then, depending on the direction of the newly created village, place names such as Higashimura, Nishimura, Ichimura, … Read More
The etymology is “small saki” (protruding small terrain) as a place name. Sasaki is the 13th common Japanese surname. Mr. Sasaki originated in Sasaki, Gamo District, Omi Province (Azuchi Town, Omihachiman City, Shiga Prefecture). Originally, Sasakiyama-no-Kimi (an ancient lord who had power in Omi until the Heian period), who originally had Sasaki Shrine as … Read More
It is the second most frequent surname in Japan. It is a surname related to the festival of God. It refers to the sacred tree dedicated to the occasion of the festival. Hozumi is in the last name with the same origin. It originates in other festival ceremonies and gods related to rice cultivation. … Read More
Yamada is the 12th most common Japanese surname. A typical geographic surname in the sense of a rice field in a mountain. It has been popular all over the country since the Middle Ages and is evenly distributed throughout the country. There are about 2000 place names in Yamada nationwide. That’s why there are … Read More
Kobayashi is the 9th most common Japanese surname. “Kobayashi” means a small forest, and there are forests that protect houses such as windbreaks and sandbreaks near the village. It is thought that it became a place name and the surname was used. There are some areas where Kobayashi is called “Obayashi”, and if you … Read More
The surname Kato is said to have been derived from “Mr. Fujiwara,” who once held great power. Mr. Fujiwara, who had strong power, is said to have become more and more inconvenient as the number of people (descendants and relatives) who give their surnames increased, and new surnames with the letters “Fuji” were derived … Read More