Etymology and distribution of 厚坊.

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【厚坊】Etymology of Japanese surnames.


Koubou 【厚坊】2 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Yamanashi-ken Koufu-shi · Toukyou-to . Personal name . Yamanashi - ken Fuefuki - shi Misaka Town We say that the priestess of Miwa Shinto shrine called in 1868 because it used the name of Sakaei (Sakanai) in the descendant of Empress Empress, the Emperor of the Kofun period. There was a name of Sakanakai (Sakanai) in the alias of Emperor Tenshu and another name of Fukui-ken Sakai-shi . Estimated name by place name.

2019年 6月 29日 更新

Similar names:

Kouhou 【黄彭】1 , Koubou 【弘保】3 , Koubou 【弘法】3 , Koubou 【広坊】2

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【厚坊】Distribution of surname.


Distributions by prefecture
Distributions by city
Distributions by subregion
Whole Japan Prefectures
レベル2 1 Yamaguchi-ken(About 10)
2 Kanagawa-ken(Very rare)
2 Hyougo-ken(Very rare)
PopulationAbout 20
RankingOut of ranking
Rank by city
1 Zama-shi(Very rare)
1 Yanai-shi(Very rare)
1 Kumage-gun Hirao-chou(Very rare)
1 Koube-shi Nada-ku(Very rare)
Rank by subregion

Distributions of ratios

Distributions of ratios by prefecture
Distributions of ratios by city
Distributions of ratios by subregion
Whole Japan Prefectures
RatiosVery rare 1 Yamaguchi-ken(0.000478%)
2 Hyougo-ken(Very rare)
3 Kanagawa-ken(Very rare)
Rank by city
1 Kumage-gun Hirao-chou(0.024%)
2 Yanai-shi(0.00853%)
3 Zama-shi(0.00442%)
4 Koube-shi Nada-ku(0.00423%)
Rank by subregion