Kai 【解】2 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.
② Ooita-ken Saiki-shi Birth of Tsurumi Dai Kajiriura. A place name with a record since the Edo period. "Kaji" of Kajiriura is used. It is distributed in the same place. Ooita-ken Saiki-shi Shiroyama in Nishitan-machi was in the Edo period in the Clan Saeki of the Clan office.
※ Mr. Li's Korean line . Summary . Synthesis of Kajitani and Nishi. Ooita-ken Saiki-shi In Waseda Temple in Rinzai sect in the castle town of Rinzai, 1592 (first year of Bunraku) to 1593 (Bunraku 2 years) · 1597 (2 years of Keioi) to 1598 (Three years of Keicho) There is a belief that Shoan, a monk who came to live in the role of Bunroku and Keicho, came from the "Kaji" in Kajitani and "West" in Nishini during the Edo period. 梶谷 reference. 西名 reference.