The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.
Iwate-ken Morioka-shi , Aomori-ken , Hiroshima-ken .
① things . From the cherry of the plant. Iwate - ken Miyako - shi In the girth band tells you that the mountain cherry trees were in full bloom when you came back from 1596 to 1615 (Keicho year). Hiroshima-ken Jinseki-gun Jinsekikougen-chou Tell the oilwood that you used the shop's name of Sakuraya. Estimated in the Edo period.
② variant of 佐倉 .
③ Origin of Nagano-ken Nagano-shi cherry tree. A place name with a record since the Warring States Period.
④ Kagoshima-ken Satsuma-gun Satsuma-chou Originated from the cherry blossoms of the secondary stamps.
※ Miyagi-ken Tome-shi Sakuraoka in Yoneyama Town is a place name with a record since the Edo period. It is distributed in the same place.
※ Nara-ken Nara-shi There is a record of Sakurano-no-mi's name in Nara era at Shosoin in Todai-ji Temple in Kakeji in Koji-cho.
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