Etymology and distribution of 井池.

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【井池】Etymology of Japanese surnames.


Iike 【井池】3 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Ibaraki-ken , Oosaka-fu , Gifu-ken .

Ibaraki-ken Originated from Hokota-shi Egawa (Egawa). A place name with a record since the Edo period. Last name is recorded in 1382 (Yoshinori 2 years · Hirokawa 2 years) with "Ikawa" notation. Ibaraki-ken Hokota-shi Owada is based.

Topography . From the river and the place to draw water. Gifu-ken Mino-shi Oyada is headquartered.

③ Originated from Ikawa-cho of Tokushima-ken Miyoshi-shi . Place name with a record since the North / South morning era. The place name was also called "Yu River".

Kagoshima-ken Tarumizu-shi Originated from Igawa (Ikawa) which is a small figure of Shinmuhodo . In the same area there was Iga Gate of the division system in the Edo period.

Kagoshima-ken Satsumasendai-shi Originated from Ikegawa Valley in Shibino's Shimbun town.

Korean type . A variant of 渭川 .

2021年 4月 15日 更新

Inoike 【井池】3 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Tochigi-ken Utsunomiya-shi · Gunma-ken Numata-shi . Gunma-ken Numata-shi It is distributed in Muikumi- cho.

2018年 7月 16日 更新

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Iike 【伊池】2 , Inoike 【井生】3 , Inoike 【猪池】3

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【井池】Distribution of surname.


Distributions by prefecture
Distributions by city
Distributions by subregion
Whole Japan Prefectures
レベル3 1 Aichi-ken(About 20)
2 Kagawa-ken(About 10)
2 Oosaka-fu(About 10)
4 Ibaraki-ken(Very rare)
4 Fukui-ken(Very rare)
4 Kanagawa-ken(Very rare)
4 Ishikawa-ken(Very rare)
4 Saitama-ken(Very rare)
4 Hyougo-ken(Very rare)
4 Kyouto-fu(Very rare)
PopulationAbout 70
Rank by city
1 Higashikagawa-shi(About 10)
2 Souraku-gun Seika-chou(Very rare)
2 Fukui-shi(Very rare)
2 Yokohama-shi Tsudzuki-ku(Very rare)
2 Wajima-shi(Very rare)
2 Komaki-shi(Very rare)
2 Tokoname-shi(Very rare)
2 Nagoya-shi Moriyama-ku(Very rare)
2 Chita-gun Taketoyo-chou(Very rare)
2 Takatsuki-shi(Very rare)
Rank by subregion
1 香川県 東かがわ市 引田(About 10)

Distributions of ratios

Distributions of ratios by prefecture
Distributions of ratios by city
Distributions of ratios by subregion
Whole Japan Prefectures
RatiosVery rare 1 Kagawa-ken(0.00115%)
2 Fukui-ken(0.000478%)
3 Ishikawa-ken(0.000342%)
4 Aichi-ken(0.000269%)
5 Oosaka-fu(0.000173%)
6 Kyouto-fu(0.000166%)
7 Ibaraki-ken(0.000142%)
8 Hyougo-ken(Very rare)
9 Saitama-ken(Very rare)
10 Kanagawa-ken(Very rare)
Rank by city
1 Higashikagawa-shi(0.0269%)
2 Souraku-gun Seika-chou(0.0159%)
3 Chita-gun Taketoyo-chou(0.0102%)
4 Wajima-shi(0.00882%)
5 Oosakasayama-shi(0.00823%)
6 Tokoname-shi(0.00741%)
7 Saitama-shi Oomiya-ku(0.00461%)
8 Yokohama-shi Tsudzuki-ku(0.00441%)
9 Toride-shi(0.00386%)
10 Matsubara-shi(0.00346%)
Rank by subregion


Inoike【井池】3 are referenced.