The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.
Originated from Shizuoka-ken Fukuroi-shi Kuno (Kuno (formerly Kuno Township)). A place name with a record since the Kamakura period. Aichi-ken Nagoya-shi Honmaru Honmaru was in the Edo period in the Owarii clan in the Clan office. Good neighbor . Aichi-ken Nagoya-shi Distributed in Uchihoda Narumi-cho, Midori-ku.
② Fukuoka-ken Fukuoka-shi Chuo-ku Castle interior was in the Edo era in the Fukuoka clan in the Clan office. The same clan says from Hyungo - ken Katou - shi · Ono City (formerly Kuto County) from Kuno. Period, location unknown. Hisano is pronounced. It was in the Edo period in Yamaguchi-ken Shimonoseki-shi . Hisano is pronounced.