Hashima 【羽嶋】3 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.
① Topography . From the manor that becomes a book. Saitama-ken Honjou-shi is a stopover. A place name with a record since the Warring States Period. The place name tells that Mr. Honjo had come to Himoto in 1556 (Kohji 2 years) from Higashi Hongzong, Saitama-ken Honjou-shi Kitabori's underwear. Estimation from tradition is called in the late Heian and early Kamakura period. Ibaraki-ken Kasama-shi Kasama lord owner of the clan government, Tochigi-ken Ashikaga-shi Snow - rain town is the Ashikaga lord of the clan office, Gifu-ken Gifu-shi Iwaigito · Iwaki Nishi lords of the Iwaki falls of the clan government, Gifu-ken Yamagata-shi Takatomi was in the Edo era as the lord of Takamitsu of the Clan Office.
④ Kumamoto-ken Kumamoto-shi Originated in Chuo-ku Honjo town. A place name with a record since the Muromachi period. The place name was also written as "Honjo". It was near Edo period (old: Tomonaga Honjo) in the Edo period.
⑦ Akita-ken birthplace of Yuri Honjo (Hong jio) city. A place name with a record since the Edo period. The place name was also written as "Honjo" and "Honjo".