Etymology and distribution of 坂佐井.

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坂佐井

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【坂佐井】Etymology of Japanese surnames.



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Sakasai 【坂佐井】2 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Kanagawa-ken Yokohama-shi Minami-ku. Occupation . A variant of 柴屋 . Toyama-ken Imizu-shi I tell you that in Shizuizu-machi I used a shibaya 's shop in the Edo period. There is also a story that there was Toyama-ken Oyabe-shi dealing in firewood charcoal until the middle of the Edo period in the same place. 柴屋 Shibaya reference.

2018年 7月 16日 更新

Similar names:

Sakasai 【逆井】4 , Sakasai 【坂斎】3 , Sakasai 【坂斉】3 , Sakasai 【坂才】2 , Sakasai 【坂齋】2 , Sakasai 【坂齊】2

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【坂佐井】Distribution of surname.

Population

Distributions by prefecture
都道府県分布数図
Distributions by city
市区町村分布数図
Distributions by subregion
小地域分布数図
Whole Japan Prefectures
レベル2 1 Ibaraki-ken(About 30)
2 Kanagawa-ken(About 10)
PopulationAbout 30
RankingOut of ranking
Rank by city
1 Hitachioomiya-shi(About 10)
2 Yokohama-shi Totsuka-ku(Very rare)
2 Yokohama-shi Aoba-ku(Very rare)
2 Mito-shi(Very rare)
2 Naka-gun Toukai-mura(Very rare)
2 Hitachinaka-shi(Very rare)
2 Kitaibaraki-shi(Very rare)
Rank by subregion
1 茨城県 常陸大宮市 北(About 10)

Distributions of ratios

Distributions of ratios by prefecture
都道府県分布比率図
Distributions of ratios by city
市区町村分布比率図
Distributions of ratios by subregion
小地域分布比率図
Whole Japan Prefectures
RatiosVery rare 1 Ibaraki-ken(0.000855%)
2 Kanagawa-ken(0.000123%)
Rank by city
1 Hitachioomiya-shi(0.0139%)
2 Naka-gun Toukai-mura(0.0116%)
3 Kitaibaraki-shi(0.00698%)
4 Hitachinaka-shi(0.0028%)
5 Yokohama-shi Aoba-ku(0.00236%)
6 Yokohama-shi Totsuka-ku(0.0021%)
7 Mito-shi(0.00173%)
Rank by subregion