The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.
Oosaka-fu , Hyougo-ken , Kumamoto-ken . Thing . From an old house. In Oosaka-fu Kishiwada-shi Oosaka-fu Kishiwada-shi Kishirocho told Oosaka-fu Han'nan-shi mulberry field to continue from 858 (Cheonan 2 years), so Oishaka- fu Kishiwada-shi Kishirocho ran from Okabe, the lord of Kishiwada, Tell him that it was given in the meaning of "old house". Oosaka-fu Sakai-shi In Shaolinji-cho, Sakai-ku There is a belief that it was called "old house" in the Edo period. Hyougo-ken Tanba-shi Tell her that in Yamamoto, Yamamoto was a pioneer, it was called "old house". Tottori-ken Saihaku-gun Daisen-chou There is a tradition that it is said that it was called "Old house" in the descent from Kagoshima Kagawa-ken Sakaide-shi . Kumamoto-ken Yamaga-shi It was in the Edo era in Yagiya Kikka-machi. Tell her that she came from Aso in Kumamoto-ken .