Ikoma 【生駒】5 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.
① Topography . From stone and village. Ibaraki-ken Itako-shi It was in the Edo period in Nagayama. Aomori-ken Kitatsugaru-gun In Tsuruta-machi Cai Wei tell her that she came from Miyagi-ken Ishinomaki-shi through Aomori-ken Aomori-shi Namioka Dai Sugisawa. Miyagi-ken Ishinomaki-shi is a place name with a record since the Sengoku period. In the Edo era, the place name was called "Ishinomakura".
② Korean type . Terrain . Added "village" to stone. Hokkaidou Asahikawa-shi (formerly Kamikawa gun Nagayama village) There is a record of naturalization on July 7, 1954. No mention of real name. It was with Mr. Gen. The real name is a stone. 石 reference.
Originated from the vicinity of Nara-ken Kashihara-shi (formerly Bandai (Iware)). Place name with a record since the Kofun period. The place name was also written as "Rei Rei", "Ishimura", "Ishige". In Nara - ken there was a family name of Ishimura (villar) village owner in the Kofun period.