The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.
Oosaka-fu , Hyougo-ken , Kanagawa-ken .
① Topography . From mountains and villages. It was in the Okinawa-ken period during the Ryukyu Kingdom.
※ Iwate-ken tells Morioka-shi from the mountain village of Ishikawa-ken southern part (formerly Kaga). Period, location unknown.
② Shiga-ken Kouka-shi Mizuguchi Machiyama (Old: Yamamura) birthplace. Place name with a record since the North / South morning era.
③ Origin of Nara-ken Nara-shi mountain (old: Yamamura) town. Place name with a record since the Kofun period.
※ Qin series . There was a family name of Yamamura who was told that she came back to the western part of the Republic of Korea (old: Baekje) in the descendant of the Emperor of Qin.
④ Miyagi-ken Sendai-shi Originated from the vicinity of Izawa (Izumura) in Izumi-ku. A place name with a record since the Kamakura period.
⑤ Convention . Yamaguchi's abbreviation Yamaguchi - ken Shimonoseki - shi Toyoura Town Tell the story that in late Edo era the late Edo period left a mountain "Yama" last name. 山口 reference.
⑥ Korean type . Originated from Yeongsan village of Gyeongju city, Gyeongsangbukdo, Korea (Archeon Yangsan Chung). From the fact that Lee Hwangpyeong, the founder of Mr. Gyeongju Lee who is the main character, built one of the six villages in Shilla's founding myth. There is a record of naturalization on Toukyou-to Nerima-ku on July 1, 1958. The real name is Li. 李 reference.
⑦ Korea type . Summary . Use "mountain" included by Choi. There is a record of naturalization on Nagano-ken Chino-shi on September 26, 1977. Choi is the real name. 崔 reference.
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