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Thursday, June 10, 2010

Japanese Names and Meanings

Japanese  Names and Meanings

Here is a list of Japanese names, categorized according to sex and given with their meanings: Japanese Male Names
  • Ai – Love
  • Akio – Bright boy
  • Goro – Fifth
  • Haru – One born in the spring
  • Haruki – Shinning brightly
  • Haruko – First born
  • Hiroshi – Generous
  • Jiro – Second male
  • Kaeomon – Joyful.
  • Kana – Powerful
  • Keiji – Lead cautiously
  • Keitaro – Blessed
  • Kuri – Chestnut
  • Makoto - Sincere, Honest
  • Matsu – Pine
  • Ringo - Apple
  • Rya - Dragon
  • Shino - Stem Of Bamboo
  • Tamasine - Twin
  • Toshi - Mirror Image
  • Washi - Eagle
  • Yasuo - Peaceful One
  • Yo - Cultivating
  • Yoshi - Quiet
  • Yukio - Gets What He Wants
Japanese Female Names
  • Aiko - Little Loved One
  • Amarante - Flower That Never Fades
  • Amaya - Night Rain
  • Aneko - Older Sister
  • Ayame - Iris
  • Chika - Near
  • Emiko - Blessed, Beautiful Child
  • Gen - Spring
  • Gin - Silver
  • Hana – Bud, Blossom
  • Hide - Excellent
  • Hiroko - Magnanimous
  • Hisano - Open Plain
  • Hoshiko - Star
  • Inari - Shrimp
  • Jin - Tenderness
  • Kagami - Mirror
  • Kaida- Little Dragon
  • Kaiya- Forgiveness
  • Kaiyo- Forgiveness
  • Kamin - Joyful
  • Kaori - Strong
  • Kaoru - Fragrant
  • Kata - Worthy
  • Keiko - Blessing
  • Kimi - She Who Is Without Equal
  • Kioko - Meets World With Happiness
  • Kohana - Little Flower
  • Koko - Stork
  • Koto - Harp
  • Kumiko - Braid
  • Kuniko - Child From The Country
  • Kura - Treasure House
  • Kyoko - Mirror
  • Leiko - Arrogant
  • Machiko - Fortunate One
  • Maeko - Truthful Child
  • Maemi - Honest Child
  • Mai - Brightness
  • Mariko - Circle
  • Masako - Justice
  • Michi - Righteous Way
  • Michiko - Beauty, Wisdom
  • Midori - Green
  • Mieko - Already Prosperous
  • Miki - Flower Stalk
  • Mina - South
  • Miya - Sacred House
  • Miyo - Beautiful Child
  • Miyoko - Beautiful Child
  • Mura - Village
  • Nami - Wave
  • Nariko - Thunder
  • Nishi - West
  • Oki - Ocean Centered
  • Sachi - Girl Child Of Bliss
  • Sada - Pure One
  • Sakura - Cherry Blossom
  • Sukey - From The Name Susan
  • Suki - Beloved
  • Suzuki - Bell Tree
  • Tama - Whole, Perfect
  • Toki - Time Of Opportunity
  • Umeko - Plum Blossom Child
  • Uta - Poem
  • Wattan - From The Homeland
  • Yachi - Eight Thousand
  • Yama - Mountain
  • Yoko - Positive Child
  • Yori -Reliable
  • Yoshe - Beauty
  • Yoshiko - Good Child
  • Yoshino - Respectful, Good
  • Yuki - Snow Or Lucky
Call it the land of the Geisha or the land of the Samurai; Japan has its influence on all parts of the world. The biggest influence of the Japanese culture on the world is the popularity of Japanese cuisine especially Sushi. We all love sushi, in fact in America; sushi is so popular that there is now the California Maki-Zushi. If you loved the book Memoirs of a Geisha, and cant live without sushi and have been known to host little Japanese tea ceremonies in your house, you have an ongoing love affair with Japan and all things Japanese. By Khushnuma Irani

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