Etymology and distribution of 鬼川.

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【鬼川】Etymology of Japanese surnames.


Kikawa 【鬼川】3 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Saitama-ken , Oosaka-fu · Fukuoka-ken .

Mie-ken Tsu-shi Originated by Anzai Town Kusawa. A place name with a record since the Heian period. Mie-ken Tsu-shi Marunouchi was in the Edo period in the Tsu samurai of the Clan office. Toukyou-to Taitou-ku It was in the Edo era at Kaminarimon. Tell him that he was using the shop name of Iseya.

Niigata-ken Nagaoka-shi Originated in Kusatsu (Kusuzu). A place name with a record since the Edo period. Tradition at Shimane-ken . Niigata-ken Nagaoka-shi Major tradition was in the Edo period in the Echigo Nagaoka clan of the clan government office.

2021年 1月 14日 更新

Onikawa 【鬼川】3 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Iwate-ken Kunohe-gun Hirono-chou , Aomori-ken Hachinohe-shi . Terrain . Heterogeneity of the 角地 . Iwate - ken Kunohe - gun Tell her that Hirono - chou had hit the corner with living in 'Horn of the Horn'.

2017年 10月 15日 更新

Kigawa 【鬼川】3 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Nara-ken Nara-shi , Gunma-ken Fujioka-shi . Summary . A variant of the 日下 . Gunma-ken Fujioka-shi It was in the Tokyo era as a priest of Nishikenji in Jodo Shinshu located in Fujioka.

2020年 1月 23日 更新

Similar names:

Kikawa 【吉川】6 , Kikawa 【木川】5 , Kikawa 【城川】4 , Kikawa 【紀川】3 , Kikawa 【木河】3 , Kikawa 【喜川】3 , Kikawa 【黄川】3 , Kikawa 【木皮】3 , Kikawa 【鬼河】1 , Kikawa 【杞川】1 , Kigawa 【木川】5 , Kigawa 【城川】4 , Kigawa 【紀川】3 , Kigawa 【木河】3 , Kigawa 【喜川】3 , Kigawa 【黄川】3 , Kigawa 【木皮】3

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【鬼川】Distribution of surname.


Distributions by prefecture
Distributions by city
Distributions by subregion
Whole Japan Prefectures
レベル3 1 Akita-ken(About 100)
2 Oosaka-fu(About 40)
3 Miyazaki-ken(About 20)
3 Miyagi-ken(About 20)
5 Kanagawa-ken(About 10)
6 Ibaraki-ken(Very rare)
6 Toukyou-to(Very rare)
6 Iwate-ken(Very rare)
6 Saitama-ken(Very rare)
6 Hyougo-ken(Very rare)
PopulationAbout 200
Rank by city
1 Senboku-shi(About 80)
2 Sakai-shi(About 30)
3 Ebino-shi(About 20)
3 Akita-shi(About 20)
5 Sendai-shi Wakabayashi-ku(About 10)
6 Yokohama-shi Izumi-ku(About 10)
6 Daisen-shi(About 10)
8 Iwate-gun Shizukuishi-chou(Very rare)
8 Yokohama-shi Sakae-ku(Very rare)
8 Nerima-ku(Very rare)
Rank by subregion
1 秋田県 仙北市 田沢春山(About 30)
2 秋田県 仙北市 生保内武蔵野(About 20)
3 宮崎県 えびの市 池島(About 10)
4 神奈川県 横浜市泉区 中田西(About 10)
4 大阪府 堺市 七道西町(About 10)
4 大阪府 堺市 賑町(About 10)
4 秋田県 仙北市 田町下丁(About 10)

Notable cities

Senboku-shi , Ebino-shi

Distributions of ratios

Distributions of ratios by prefecture
Distributions of ratios by city
Distributions of ratios by subregion
Whole Japan Prefectures
Ratios0.000174% 1 Akita-ken(0.0072%)
2 Miyazaki-ken(0.00136%)
3 Miyagi-ken(0.000834%)
4 Oosaka-fu(0.000518%)
5 Iwate-ken(0.000286%)
6 Kanagawa-ken(0.000184%)
7 Ibaraki-ken(0.000142%)
8 Hyougo-ken(Very rare)
9 Saitama-ken(Very rare)
10 Toukyou-to(Very rare)
Rank by city
1 Senboku-shi(0.172%)
2 Ebino-shi(0.0526%)
3 Iwate-gun Shizukuishi-chou(0.0229%)
4 Sendai-shi Wakabayashi-ku(0.0135%)
5 Tagajou-shi(0.00884%)
6 Daisen-shi(0.00735%)
7 Yokohama-shi Izumi-ku(0.00696%)
8 Akita-shi(0.00474%)
9 Sakai-shi(0.00458%)
10 Yokohama-shi Sakae-ku(0.004%)
Rank by subregion
1 秋田県 仙北市 田沢春山(30.4% / About 30)
2 秋田県 仙北市 生保内武蔵野(0.684% / About 20)


Kikawa 【鬼河】1 are variants.

Onikawa【鬼川】3, Kigawa【鬼川】3 are referenced.