Etymology and distribution of 赤石澤.

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【赤石澤】Etymology of Japanese surnames.


Akaishizawa 【赤石澤】3 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Okayama-ken , Hiroshima-ken , Miyazaki-ken .

Convention . Abbreviation of red pine. Kyouto - fu Kyouto - shi Kamigyo Ward Okayama - ken ( Kyouto - shi) The vicinity of Gosho - guchi in Kamigyo - ku was assassinated the Ashikaga Shogunate, the sixth generic army of the Muromachi shogunate in the political agency, in 1441 (Yoshiyoshi Yoshi) Tell them that they disguised Akamatsu last name in the north (Old: Mimasaka). Okayama-ken Tomata-gun Kagamino-chou Wealth fellow tells that he was renamed from the Akamatsu surname by defeating at the battle of Sekigahara which was in Gifu-ken Fuwa-gun Sekigahara-chou in 1600 (Keioi 5 years). 赤松 Akamatsu reference.

Nagano-ken Matsumoto-shi Origin of the large red sushi red Akagi. A place name with a record since the Kamakura period. Okayama-ken Takahashi-shi Kyouto-fu tells Uji- machi Hota that she came to live in Kyouto-shi after 1222 (3rd year in Kagoshima ) who was in a turbulence.

Saga-ken Karatsu-shi Shingenchi cho Akagi birth. A place name with a record since the Kamakura period.

Miyazaki-ken Kobayashi-shi Originated from Akagi in the eastern part of the capital . On the same day there was an Aki residence in the Edo era system.

Convention . Abbreviation of red hole. Tottori-ken Yonago-shi In Yodoe-cho Hiraoka tells that it was called "Red Hole", "Akanaga" in the Warring States Period. 赤穴 Akana reference. 赤永 Akanaga reference.

2020年 7月 23日 更新

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【赤石澤】Distribution of surname.


Distributions by prefecture
Distributions by city
Distributions by subregion
Whole Japan Prefectures
レベル3 1 Kanagawa-ken(About 30)
2 Fukushima-ken(About 20)
2 Tochigi-ken(About 20)
2 Toukyou-to(About 20)
5 Chiba-ken(About 20)
6 Iwate-ken(About 10)
6 Saitama-ken(About 10)
8 Shizuoka-ken(Very rare)
8 Niigata-ken(Very rare)
8 Aichi-ken(Very rare)
PopulationAbout 150
Rank by city
1 Utsunomiya-shi(About 20)
2 Souma-shi(About 10)
3 Yokosuka-shi(About 10)
3 Yokohama-shi Kanagawa-ku(About 10)
5 Minamisouma-shi(Very rare)
5 Souma-gun Iitate-mura(Very rare)
5 Sano-shi(Very rare)
5 Kitakanbara-gun Seirou-machi(Very rare)
5 Kariya-shi(Very rare)
5 Morioka-shi(Very rare)
Rank by subregion
1 神奈川県 横浜市神奈川区 神大寺(About 10)

Notable cities

Souma-gun Iitate-mura

Distributions of ratios

Distributions of ratios by prefecture
Distributions of ratios by city
Distributions of ratios by subregion
Whole Japan Prefectures
Ratios0.000121% 1 Tochigi-ken(0.00111%)
2 Fukushima-ken(0.001%)
3 Iwate-ken(0.000571%)
4 Kanagawa-ken(0.000429%)
5 Chiba-ken(0.000353%)
6 Toukyou-to(0.000249%)
7 Miyagi-ken(0.000208%)
8 Niigata-ken(0.000161%)
9 Saitama-ken(0.000147%)
10 Shizuoka-ken(0.000111%)
Rank by city
1 Souma-gun Iitate-mura(0.0605%)
2 Kitakanbara-gun Seirou-machi(0.0328%)
3 Souma-shi(0.0324%)
4 Inba-gun Shisui-machi(0.0234%)
5 Igu-gun Marumori-machi(0.0218%)
6 Toono-shi(0.0114%)
7 Tougane-shi(0.00868%)
8 Higashiyamato-shi(0.0064%)
9 Minamisouma-shi(0.00528%)
10 Yokohama-shi Kanagawa-ku(0.00512%)
Rank by subregion