Etymology and distribution of 寒作.

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【寒作】Etymology of Japanese surnames.


Kandzukuri 【寒作】3 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Gifu-ken , Kanagawa-ken .

Topography . From paulownia and mountains. 切山 In Gifu-ken Yamagata-shi Ohara it is said that it was called from 987 to 989 (Years of year). Hyougo-ken Sasayama-shi In Otou tells the descendant of Mr. Kiriyama who came from Nara-ken Nara-shi . Estimated from tradition is the late Heian era and early Kamakura period.

Gifu-ken Takayama-shi Birth of Kyuyama from Nijikawa Town. A place name with a record since the Edo period.

Gifu-ken Takayama-shi Birth originated from the Kiriyama of the minicar 's small character in Hisano no Machi. It was in the Edo period in the same place.

Aichi-ken Nukata-gun Kouta-chou Birth of Kiriyama. Place name with a record in "Wakayama" notation during the Warring States Period. There are also stories saying that the place name depends on what Mr. Kiriyama developed.

2019年 7月 2日 更新

Kansaku 【寒作】3 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Oosaka-fu , Nara-ken , Kagawa-ken .

Nara-ken Ikoma-shi Originated from the cut -out of Takayama-machi (Kiriket).

Kagawa-ken Nakatado-gun Tell him that he was engaged in agriculture on the banks of Man'nou-chou . Estimated in the Edo period.

2017年 10月 15日 更新

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Kansaku 【神作】4

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【寒作】Distribution of surname.


Distributions by prefecture
Distributions by city
Distributions by subregion
Whole Japan Prefectures
レベル3 1 Mie-ken(About 50)
2 Nara-ken(About 10)
2 Oosaka-fu(About 10)
2 Hyougo-ken(About 10)
5 Fukuoka-ken(Very rare)
5 Kanagawa-ken(Very rare)
5 Toukyou-to(Very rare)
5 Wakayama-ken(Very rare)
PopulationAbout 100
Rank by city
1 Kumano-shi(About 40)
2 Yoshino-gun Shimokitayama-mura(About 10)
3 Miyawaka-shi(Very rare)
3 Tsu-shi(Very rare)
3 Yokkaichi-shi(Very rare)
3 Yokohama-shi Tsurumi-ku(Very rare)
3 Oota-ku(Very rare)
3 Ikoma-shi(Very rare)
3 Ibaraki-shi(Very rare)
3 Oosaka-shi Taishou-ku(Very rare)
Rank by subregion
1 三重県 熊野市 久生屋町(About 30)
2 奈良県 吉野郡下北山村 上桑原(About 10)

Notable cities

Yoshino-gun Shimokitayama-mura , Kumano-shi

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(0.00241%)
2 Nara-ken(0.000891%)
3 Wakayama-ken(0.000342%)
4 Hyougo-ken(0.000246%)
5 Oosaka-fu(0.000173%)
6 Fukuoka-ken(Very rare)
7 Kanagawa-ken(Very rare)
8 Toukyou-to(Very rare)
Rank by city
1 Yoshino-gun Shimokitayama-mura(0.313%)
2 Kumano-shi(0.111%)
3 Miyawaka-shi(0.0121%)
4 Shinguu-shi(0.00934%)
5 Oosaka-shi Taishou-ku(0.00699%)
6 Koube-shi Chuuou-ku(0.00487%)
7 Ikeda-shi(0.00467%)
8 Ikoma-shi(0.00403%)
9 Yokohama-shi Tsurumi-ku(0.00218%)
10 Ibaraki-shi(0.002%)
Rank by subregion
1 三重県 熊野市 久生屋町(1.81% / About 30)


Kansaku【寒作】3 are referenced.