The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.
Ehime-ken , Fukuoka-ken , Oosaka-fu .
① Ehime-ken Yawatahama-shi Originated in Yano Town. A place name with a record since the Heian period. Place names are also written as "箭ino" and "箆 箆".
② Tokushima-ken Tokushima-shi Birth of Kokubu-cho Yano, Kokubu-cho Nishiyano. A place name with a record since the Edo period.
③ Mie-ken Tsu-shi Originated in Karasuzawa Town (formerly Yano). Place name with a record since the North / South morning era.
④ Originated from Yano Town of Hyougo-ken Aioi-shi . Place name with a record in the notation of "Yano" during the Heian period.
⑤ Convention . Abbreviation of Oyano. Kumamoto-ken tells Oyano that Mr. Oyano who had been in the Oamino- cho of Kamiamakusa-shi since the Kamakura period moved to Kouchi-ken Takaoka gun and renamed it. Estimated in the Warring States Period. Hiroshima-ken , Saitama-ken Tokorozawa-shi has passed down. Good neighbor . Kouchi-ken Kouchi-shi It is distributed in Nagahama. 大矢野 reference.
⑥ Abbreviation . Abbreviation for Yakura Tottori-ken Yonago-shi In Kawasaki let's say that the branch of the family name Yakura left "arrow". Estimated in the Edo period. 矢倉 reference.
⑦ Good neighbor . Ehime-ken Imabari-shi Originated from Yano, a small figure of Kamakuba Tamagawa Town.
※ Ooita-ken Originated from Yano of Kusu-gun. Period, location unknown.
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