Etymology and distribution of 東潟.

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【東潟】Etymology of Japanese surnames.


Higashigata 【東潟】3 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Hokkaidou , Yamagata-ken , Ishikawa-ken .

Creation . "10,000 years", "long years". Hokkaidou Sapporo-shi At the south 29th west east chuo district Chuo-ku, tell the monk that the priest named it so that you can live like a turtle at the outing of Yamagata-ken . Estimated in the Edo period. Yamagata-ken Yamagata-shi Kasagi-machi was a Yamagata samurai of the clan office, Yamagata-ken Tsuruoka-shi Baba-cho was in the Edo period in the Shonai clan in the clan office. Yamagata - ken Tsuruoka - shi In 1776 (Yasunaga 5) in Shinmeicho we say that we changed from Konan surname. 小南 Kominami reference. In Shizuoka-ken Haibara-gun Yoshida-chou Kawajiri in 1185 to 1190 ( Bunrō year) Kyouto-fu Kyouto-shi at the Kyoto Imperial Palace in the Kyoto Imperial Palace wrote "Miyo is a million years" and the Emperor of the Heian period · Kamakura period I will tell him that it was given by Emperor Toba after a while.

things . Ishikawa-ken Housu-gun Noto-chou From the Bannen temple of the Soto sect in Nanami. It tells that the temple was founded by Mr. Masaru in 1399 (6 years of eternity). Ishikawa-ken Housu-gun Tradition in Anamizu-machi . Masayoshi's person's name is estimated from "10,000 years", "long years".

2018年 4月 25日 更新

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【東潟】Distribution of surname.


Distributions by prefecture
Distributions by city
Distributions by subregion
Whole Japan Prefectures
レベル3 1 Kagoshima-ken(About 10)
1 Ishikawa-ken(About 10)
3 Saitama-ken(About 10)
4 Kanagawa-ken(Very rare)
4 Oosaka-fu(Very rare)
4 Hyougo-ken(Very rare)
PopulationAbout 50
Rank by city
1 Ichikikushikino-shi(About 10)
2 Hakusan-shi(About 10)
3 Komatsu-shi(Very rare)
3 Kawasaki-shi Kawasaki-ku(Very rare)
3 Kumagaya-shi(Very rare)
3 Kawaguchi-shi(Very rare)
3 Oosaka-shi Taishou-ku(Very rare)
3 Amagasaki-shi(Very rare)
Rank by subregion

Distributions of ratios

Distributions of ratios by prefecture
Distributions of ratios by city
Distributions of ratios by subregion
Whole Japan Prefectures
RatiosVery rare 1 Ishikawa-ken(0.00102%)
2 Kagoshima-ken(0.00061%)
3 Saitama-ken(0.000147%)
4 Hyougo-ken(Very rare)
5 Kanagawa-ken(Very rare)
6 Oosaka-fu(Very rare)
Rank by city
1 Ichikikushikino-shi(0.0292%)
2 Hakusan-shi(0.0075%)
3 Oosaka-shi Taishou-ku(0.00699%)
4 Komatsu-shi(0.00362%)
5 Kawasaki-shi Kawasaki-ku(0.00276%)
6 Kumagaya-shi(0.00223%)
7 Amagasaki-shi(0.00107%)
8 Kawaguchi-shi(0.00107%)
Rank by subregion