The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.
① Origin of Shizuoka-ken Numadzu-shi Ooka (formerly Oka Maki). A place name with a record in the Heian period. Kyouto-fu Fukuchiyama-shi Maki is a place name with a record since the Edo period. The place name is told from the name of Mr. Maki who came from Makino -so in Shizuoka-ken Chubu (old: Suruga country). It is distributed in the same place.
③ Shiga-ken Kouka-shi Shigaraki cho was born in Maki. A place name with a record since the Edo period. The place name was also written as "Maki". Tradition in Shimane-ken western part (formerly Iwami-kuni).
⑤ Origin of Ooita-ken Ooita-shi Maki. A place name with a record since the Kamakura period. It is distributed in the same place. Good neighbor . Ooita-ken Ooita-shi There was a case of allowing a manager of a leather trader to have a surname wrapper in 1805 (a 2nd year of culture) with a shellfish .
⑦ Topography . From the ranch. From the pastoral gate of the gate division system which was in the Edo period. An example of the location of the gate. Kagoshima-ken Minamisatsuma-shi Kinoshima- cho Ono, Kagoshima-ken Kimotsuki-chun Kimotsuki-chou Toyama, Kagoshima-ken Kimotsuki-gun Kimotsuki-chou Shimoda. First letter surname of Amagi archipelago of Kagoshima-ken .
※ There is a transmission from Shikuoka-ken eastern part (formerly Izukoku) from Makizo of Tagata-gun. Period, location unknown.