Etymology and distribution of 含本.

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【含本】Etymology of Japanese surnames.


Fukumoto 【含本】2 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Oosaka-fu , Hiroshima-ken , Toyama-ken Toyama-shi . Sasayama is rare.

Korea type . Originated in Miryang City, South Gyeongsangnam Province. Miryang's "dense" is used. Kanagawa-ken Yokohama-shi There is a record of naturalization on 9 August 1961 in West District. The real name is Park. Boku reference.

things . Toyama-ken Toyama-shi Meiji new family name by monk of Renkoji Temple of Jodo Shin Buddhism in the coastal area. "Dense", "Mountain" is used from the Sanjiang Mountain of the temple's mountain.

2020年 6月 22日 更新

Similar names:

Fukumoto 【福本】6 , Fukumoto 【福元】5 , Fukumoto 【復本】2 , Fukumoto 【譜久元】2 , Fukumoto 【服本】1 , Fukumoto 【普久本】1

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【含本】Distribution of surname.


Distributions by prefecture
Distributions by city
Distributions by subregion
Whole Japan Prefectures
レベル2 1 Oosaka-fu(About 10)
2 Mie-ken(About 10)
PopulationAbout 20
RankingOut of ranking
Rank by city
1 Nabari-shi(About 10)
1 Moriguchi-shi(About 10)
3 Takatsuki-shi(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 Mie-ken(0.000438%)
2 Oosaka-fu(0.000173%)
Rank by city
1 Nabari-shi(0.0106%)
2 Moriguchi-shi(0.00646%)
3 Takatsuki-shi(0.00132%)
Rank by subregion