Jinishi 【地西】2 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.
① things . From plant cedar. Fukuoka-ken Ukiha-shi Fukuoka was in the Furukawa in the Edo period. Kagoshima-ken Izumi-shi From Takano-machi Eguchi from the cedar mansion of the gate division system which was in the Edo period. First letter surname of Amagi archipelago of Kagoshima-ken .
* The vassals of Mr. Ouchi, who used Yamaguchi-ken as the base for the Kamakura period and the Muromachi period, came from Ogayama-ken western part (formerly Bizha Country) with Sugiso in the eastern part of the Tohoku region (formerly Mutsukoku) Tell them. Location unknown. Fukushima-ken Kawanuma-gun Aidzubange-machi Funugi (formerly known as cedar) is a place name with a record of "Suki" in the age of warring States.
③ Convention . Abbreviation of Uesugi Tradition in Shimane-ken western part (formerly Iwami-kuni). Toukyou-to Chiyoda-ku Chiyoda was the Uengishi surname of the Edo Shogunate of the government agency and Mr. Sugi and Mr. Sugi, who was Sasaki surname, were in the Edo period. 上杉 reference. 佐々木 reference.