Etymology and distribution of 科内.

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【科内】Etymology of Japanese surnames.


Shinauchi 【科内】2 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Kagoshima-ken , Oosaka-fu , Gifu-ken .

Topography . From the lower field. Ishikawa-ken Kaga-shi In Yamanaka Onsen told me that Meiji New surname is in Kamiminbo-cho. From the Shimonomon gate of the gate division system that was in the Edo period. An example of the location of the gate. Kagoshima-ken Minamisatsuma-shi Kinpe- cho Nakatsuno, Kagoshima-ken Minamisatsuma-shi Miyazaki Kinomine-cho. Kagoshima-ken Kagoshima-shi Iza Town, Kagoshima-ken Hioki-shi Fukiage-machi Wada, Kagoshima-ken Minamikyuushuu-shi Shimono gate in Kurori-cho gun.

② Birth of Tochigi-ken (formerly Shimonotsu country). Place name which we called "goby area" during the Kofun period.

Kyouto-fu in Miyadzu-shi Kabatta . 蒲田 surname. 蒲田 Kamata reference.

2019年 10月 2日 更新

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【科内】Distribution of surname.


Distributions by prefecture
Distributions by city
Distributions by subregion
Whole Japan Prefectures
レベル2 1 Gifu-ken(About 20)
2 Nagano-ken(About 10)
3 Kanagawa-ken(Very rare)
PopulationAbout 40
RankingOut of ranking
Rank by city
1 Nakatsugawa-shi(About 20)
2 Kiso-gun Nagiso-machi(About 10)
3 Yokohama-shi Izumi-ku(Very rare)
3 Ena-shi(Very rare)
3 Shimoina-gun Anan-chou(Very rare)
Rank by subregion

Notable cities

Shimoina-gun Anan-chou , Kiso-gun Nagiso-machi

Distributions of ratios

Distributions of ratios by prefecture
Distributions of ratios by city
Distributions of ratios by subregion
Whole Japan Prefectures
RatiosVery rare 1 Gifu-ken(0.000943%)
2 Nagano-ken(0.000492%)
3 Kanagawa-ken(Very rare)
Rank by city
1 Kiso-gun Nagiso-machi(0.107%)
2 Shimoina-gun Anan-chou(0.0509%)
3 Nakatsugawa-shi(0.0173%)
4 Ena-shi(0.00629%)
5 Yokohama-shi Izumi-ku(0.00348%)
Rank by subregion