Su~idiki 【スィディキ】1 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.
Aomori-ken , Hokkaidou . 武並 variant of. Aomori - ken Kitatsugaru - gun Itayanagi - machi tells that Okayama - ken was from Takanami 's surname that was called by Mr. Ukita' s vassal, which was based on the Muromachi era. In the estimation Takami is the original notation of "Takeshi". In the same place, there is a tale from Fukui-ken Tsuruga-shi that he came from 1644 to 1648 (regular year's year). Fukui-ken Mikata-gun Mihama-chou Takeno (Takenenmi) is a place name with a record since the Kamakura period. The place name was also written "bamboo" and there was also pronunciation of Takanami. 高浪 reference.