The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.
① Sina series . Originated from the People's Republic of China near Shanxi and Shaanxi province (formerly Tang). The silence sound is tan. Kanagawa-ken Yokohama-shi Distributed in Yamashita-cho, Naka-ku.
② The People's Republic of China (Old: Tangrika) originated. There was a Tang country name from 618 to 907. It is color in Aomori-ken . In Aomori-ken Hachinohe-shi Mr. Saito, a vassal of the Martial Arts, who is a warrior of the Heian period and the Kamakura period as a master of the Martial Arts, tells him that he can be named not only in Japan but also in Tang. 斎藤 reference. Kanagawa-ken Minamiashigara-shi It was in Edo period in Kano.