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From a young age, you grew up reading Japanese manga and playing Japanese video games. Vagabond and Rurouni Kenshin happens to be your favorite manga. You’ve spent hours playing Sengoku BASARA and Nobunaga’s Ambition.

You would like to dive deeper into Japanese Culture, and for you to do so, you want to have an authentic Japanese name. An original Japanese name of your own is essential to proving your love to Japan. However, how do you actually make an authentic and cool Japanese name that would even enthrall native Japanese speakers. This article will show you how.

First of all, let’s cover the basics of the Japanese names that are popular right now, and try to understand what makes them authentic. And with that in mind, let’s explore how to make a cool Japanese name that will surprise and even gain you respect from other Japanese people.

|The Correct Order is; Family name, Then Given Name

Although this is relatively unknown, even between Japanese people, right until the second half of the 19th century, there were people living in Japan who had a total of 6 different kinds of names (For more info: Samurai Name Rules). Through the westernization of Japan, and the thorough implementation of the family registration system, the common Japanese name today was divided into two different parts. The family name, and the given name.

In English-speaking cultures, the family name comes after the given name. However in Japan, it is in the opposite order. For example, “Himura Kenshin 緋村 剣心” is correct order (where Himura 緋村 is the family name, and Kenshin 剣心 is the given name), instead of “Kenshin Himura 剣心 緋村”.

[Name Order]

Family name Given name

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Himura Kenshin

緋村 剣心

Keep this in mind when you creating your own name.

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|Think About The Kanji, Not Just How The Name Sounds

There are countless of websites that give you a Japanese-style name with the sound that you desire, however the sound of the name alone will not impress a Japanese person. Why you may ask? Because when you state your new Japanese name to a native Japanese speaker, they will almost always ask how the name is written in kanji, followed by why you chose those specific kanji for your name. If you can tell the exact wishes and thoughts that is embedded within the kanji of your authentic Japanese name convincingly, they will be deeply touched by your great understanding of Japanese culture. Whether if it is online, or offline, it could be said with certainty that your love of Japan will be conveyed to the Japanese people.

|Choose Your Family Name From Existing Places

Japan is internationally renowned for having a large variation in family names. There are family names that even native Japanese people cannot read correctly. For example, if you show the family name “小鳥游 (Translated literally as: small birds playing)” to a normal Japanese person, they will likely misread it as “ko-tori-asobu”, which is the standard way of reading the individual kanji (ko-tori 小鳥 = small bird, asobu 遊 = playing). However, the correct way of reading the name is “taka-nashi” (Meaning literally: without hawk). As in the little birds are playing, since there are no hawks on sight (Taka = Hawk, Nashi = Without).

There is a degree of freedom when deciding your family names where you might be able to show off your creativity to an extent. However, you should avoid choosing a name that is unnaturally complicated, just to show off. Although this varies from, family names that appear in manga are mostly unnatural and bizarre. Names such as “Uzumaki うずまき (NARUTO)” or “Yagami 夜神 (DEATH NOTE)” do not exist as Japanese family names.

A note:

The use of kanji to represent Uzumaki as 渦巻 or Yagami as 八神, 矢上 or 山神 do exist as family names. Changing a single kanji in a name will change an impression of that name dramatically.

A recommendation for creating your family name is to use a name of a place in Japan. There are many Japanese family names that are based on the name of a place that exists somewhere in Japan. If the kanji used in the place name is somehow related to your personality or trait, even better. For example, if Tom Cruise had his own Japanese name, it will be something like this.

For example: Tom Cruize

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Myōji 名字, family name
馬 乗
reading : ma, nori
meaning : horse, ride


You take a stoic stance by appearing in a movie without being replaced by a stuntman, so you work very hard, training to perform stunts on a motorcycle and on a car. These are expressed by a kanji 乗, meaning “ride”, 馬, meaning “horse” and 車 meaning “car”. So the combination of 馬 and 乗, 馬乗, is bestowed upon you as your family name.

馬乗 exists in Aichi prefecture (愛知県蒲郡市西迫町馬乗) and is called Ma-nori. In the ancient Japanese or Yamato-kotoba, Ma means “pure” and Nori means ”ask the spirit with saint words”. Therefore, your family name Manori (馬乗) signifies “A horse rider to sincerely ask the spirit with saint words”.

|Choose The Right Kanji For Your Wishes

Japanese names are decided in various different ways. Nowadays, a lot of people tend to choose the sound of the name first, then find the kanji that is phonetically equivalent. However, this method is only viable to Japanese people who already know the multiple ways of reading a single kanji. For those who lack the extensive knowledge in Japanese, it is far wiser and safer to think of your wishes you would like your name to convey before deciding its sound.

Firstly, write down your own wishes that you would like for your name to represent. Then, by using jisho and Koseki Touitsu Moji Jyoho (by Ministry of Justice, Japan), choose the right kanji for you. The Koseki Touitsu Moji Jyoho is the complete list of kanji that you can use to make a name with. If the kanji is not on the list, you cannot use in a name.

4-1 Enter a word that you like into the search bar on jisho.

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4-2 Copy the text next to “On:” displayed on the kanji of your choosing.

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4−3 Paste the previously copied text into the text box outlined by red and labeled 1. Check the boxes on 2. Then click the icon labeled 3 on Koseki Touitsu Moji Jyoho.

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4−4 If the kanji of your liking is in the search results, you can use it in your name.

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|Only Use Two Kanji For Your Given Name

Whether it is a guy name or a girl name, It is better to only use 2 kanji when making your given name. In recent years, there are more and more given names are seen to only have 1 kanji or have 3 kanji, or names that seem to only consist of Hiragana or Katakana. However, it is not recommended for you to deviate from the 2 kanji format when creating your first Japanese name. This is because there is a much higher chance of butchering the nuance of your name, making it sound completely bizarre. Moreover, if you look back at Japanese History, keeping given names 2 kanji only is seen to be the norm. Let’s combine 2 kanji to create your own authentic given name.

What we just went through is only the basic steps of creating an authentic Japanese name. Here is what we covered so far.

[The basic knowledge of creating authentic Japanese names]

  1. The Correct Order is; Surname, Then Given Name.
  2. Think About The Kanji, Not Just How The Name Sounds
  3. Choose Your Family Name From Existing Places
  4. Choose The Right Kanji For Your Wishes
  5. Only Use Two Kanji For Your Given Name

From here, we will start to delve into how to create an authentic and cool Japanese name.

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|Go For A Name That Has Tradition

Someone like yourself might not be satisfied by the same-old modern Japanese names that you’ve seen in countless of times in Anime or Japanese games. Instead, choosing a name using Yamatokotoba 大和言葉, a type of Japanese language that has inherited from ancient times, will greatly increase the appeal of your name, since there is a gap between your name and your foreign background. Many names such as Hayato 隼人, Iori 伊織 and Kazuma 数馬 are used throughout the ages, from ancient times to present day. These are the kind of names that resonate with Japanese people’s souls, and there is a unique depth to how they sound.

|Read Your Name With Yamatokotoba

You can divide the ways of reading a single kanji broadly into two categories, kunyomi 訓読み and onyomi 音読み, and there are several different ways to read said kanji in the two respective categories. When the Japanese brought home the concept of kanji from China around the 5th century, kunyomi 訓読み is seen to have originated from Yamatokotoba which already existed in Japan beforehand, and onyomi 音読み came from Chinese.

For instance, if you read the name of the main character of Vagabond, Miyamoto Musashi, in kunyomi and in onyomi, it would the following down below. If you read the name only in onyomi, it will not be recognized as a name at all by Japanese people.

Kunyomi (Yamatokotoba)
miyamoto musashi

宮本 武蔵

kyuhon buzou
Onyomi (Chinese pronunciation)

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From here, you might need a special dictionary and a Japanese speaker to read it for you. Within kunyomi, there is something called Jinmeikun 人名訓, a special way of reading kanji only when the kanji is exclusively used in a name. In Kangorin 漢語林, there is a heading called “Nanori 名乗” for some of the kanji. It is circled red on the picture below. On there, it lists the different ways to read the kanji while used in a name. You can refer back to this list to give a resounding depth to the sound of your name.

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|Using The Long Lost Middle Name

By the way, do you actually know Miyamoto Musashi’s true name? The surprising truth is that Musashi 武蔵 was, in fact, not his true name. More specifically, Musashi 武蔵 was a sort of pseudonym or rather a nickname used publicly, and a special type of middle name, so to speak. There is more info in this subject in Samurai Name Rules, nevertheless his true name was Harunobu 玄信.

In Yamatokotoba, the sound “Harunobu” means “to spread without constraints”. The kanji 玄 is the hieroglyphic of a bundle of black thread, representing the meaning of “depth”. The kanji 信 is the the hieroglyphic of human, mouth and niddle, representing the meaning of “honesty”. Therefore, Harunobu 玄信 conveys his stance of “to grow ever freely, without losing one’s depth of personality and honesty”.

Furthermore, Musashi 武蔵 is a type of middle name called 百官名 Hyakkanna, coming from Musashinokami 武蔵守 (the governor of the Musashi Province). There are several theories on the reasons of choosing Musashi as his middle name, but since the literal meaning is “a warehouse of weapons”, one can assume that an individual devoting his life to the art of swordplay had found power in naming himself 武蔵 Musashi.

Not many know the fact that Japanese people used to have middle names, not even the Japanese people today. However, it was until 150 years ago, there was in fact a custom to have a middle name in Japan for nearly 1000 years. Therefore, it is not historically inaccurate at all if you create a Japanese middle name to refer yourself with. Your middle name will be a breath of fresh air and yet It will be rich with history at the same time, and will be treated with much respect.

By using your own new name, you can inform the Japanese people about the existence of middle names in a not so long ago Japan. And thus, you will change from a follower of Japanese culture to an influencer, spreading your new knowledge to everyone around you. The Japanese people will be sure to give you due respect.

Now let’s review what we have discussed. These are the steps of creating an authentic and cool Japanese name.

[Authentic and cool Japanese naming steps]

  1. The Correct Order is; Surname, Then Given Name.
  2. Think About The Kanji, Not Just How The Name Sounds
  3. Choose Your Family Name From Existing Places
  4. Choose The Right Kanji For Your Wishes
  5. Only Use Two Kanji For Your Given Name
  6. Go For A Name That Has Tradition
  7. Read Your Name With Yamatokotoba
  8. Using The Long Lost Middle Name

Be a Samurai covers above all steps. I can help you to create authentic and cool Japanese names based on the wishes you provide. Please click the bottom below and get the name of your own Japanese names!


FAQs

How do you make a Japanese name? ›

Japanese naming conventions arrange names as follows: [FAMILY NAME] [given name]. For example, YAMAMOTO Yukio (male) and SATŌ Akari (female). The family name (known as 'myouji' or 'ue no namae') is inherited patrilineally from one's father and shared with other siblings. It always comes before the given name.

Who was the baddest samurai? ›

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Who is the strongest samurai? ›

While Miyamoto Musashi may be the best-known "samurai" internationally, Oda Nobunaga (1534-1582) claims the most respect within Japan. Beyond being a superb warrior and strategist, Nobunaga was responsible for setting in motion the chain of events that would reunify the nation and end the Warring States Period.

Who is Japan's main god? ›

1. Amaterasu. Amaterasu Omikami is the Shinto sun goddess from which the Japanese imperial family claimed descent. It's said that she was birthed from the left eye of Izanagi when he washed the remnants of the underworld from his face after fleeing from his wife, Izanami.

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What is Satan's name in Japanese? ›

Satan (ミスター・サタン, Misutā Satan), known as Hercule in certain edited versions of the English dub and in Viz's English manga, is a character from the Dragon Ball media franchise.

What does Yui mean? ›

Yui can be written using different kanji characters and can mean: 唯, "only, alone, sole"

Is Yuri a Japanese name? ›

Yuri (ゆり, ユリ) is a feminine Japanese given name.

Can you have 3 names in Japan? ›

Japan requires its nationals/citizens to have exactly two names: a family name and a given name written in either 仮名 kana (Japanese syllabet) or 漢字 kanji (Japanese sinograms), with no punctuation of spaces.

Can yen be a name? ›

Yen is a gender neutral name of Vietnamese origin. Meaning an array of things from "peace" and "safe" to "stand still", this name is able to suit any kind of demeanor baby will have.

What is the coolest anime name? ›

Here are some strong and unique anime names for your baby boy:
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  • Hayate. From Hayate the Combat Butler, this name means “smooth”.
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  • Noburu.

Who is the God of samurai? ›

Also known as Yahata no kami, the name Hachiman can be traced back to a prehistoric place in Kyushu. It means “God of Eight Banners”. These heavenly banners signaled the birth of the 15th emperor of Japan, Emperor Ōjin.

Who was the scariest samurai? ›

1. Tsukahara Bokuden. Bokuden famously fought in 19 duels and 37 battles and came out alive and complete undefeated, allowing only a natural death to take him down. He garnered a reputation as one of the most deadly samurai warriors during the Warring States Period.

Who is stronger ninjas or samurai? ›

Who is more powerful, the samurai or the ninja? The samurai were considerably more powerful in terms of physical fighting and political influence, as that is their whole career. Ninjas are more suited for espionage and are usually common-folk.

How many samurai are left? ›

However, samurai clans still exist to this day, and there are about 5 of them in Japan.

What is samurai weakness? ›

Unfortunately, the Samurai is exceptionally weak against magical and explosive attacks, and in most multiplayer matches, Samurais often die during the first moments of the battle, with units such as Musketeers, Unclean Ones and Warlocks being quite common choices.

Is there any samurai left? ›

Although samurai no longer exist, the influence of these great warriors still manifests itself deeply in Japanese culture and samurai heritage can be seen all over Japan - be it a great castle, a carefully planned garden, or beautifully preserved samurai residences.

Who is the Japanese god of blood? ›

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What is susanoo the god of? ›

Susanoo, in full Susanoo no Mikoto, also spelled Susanowo, (Japanese: Impetuous Male), in Japanese mythology, the storm god, younger brother of the sun goddess Amaterasu.

Who is the oldest god in Japan? ›

Fūjin (風神) Also known as Kaze-no-kami, he is the Japanese god of the wind and one of the eldest Shinto gods, said to have been present at the creation of the world.

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Misato is popular Japanese which means “beautiful” or “beautiful knowledge” or “beautiful village”. Miyu can mean both “beautiful moon” or “beautiful connection” and “beautiful kindness”. This innocent Japanese name, Moe refers to feelings of affection.

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Borrowed from Japanese 百合 (yuri, “lily”), by analogy to 薔薇 (bara, “rose”), indicating love.

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Meaning:Kindness. Yuna is a gorgeous feminine name of Japanese origin. It means "kindness," and will teach baby as many lessons in compassion and love as it can.

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  • ツイッター。 – Twitter.
  • 伝えられなかった。 – Could not tell.
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  • 便利。 – Convenient.
  • 出力。 – Output power.
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What Yuki means? ›

Depending on the characters used, Yuki can mean “snow,” “happiness,” or “snow flower.” Yuki is a beautiful name to give baby born in winter, or as a reminder of the happiness they have brought to your life. On This Page.

What does Yukari mean? ›

What is the meaning of the name Yukari? The name Yukari is primarily a female name of Japanese origin that means Save, Scent, Reason, Beautiful.

What does Yumiko mean? ›

Yumiko can be written using different kanji characters and can mean: 弓子, "bow, child". 由美子, "reason/cause, beauty, child".

What does Yurei mean in Japanese? ›

Yūrei (幽霊) are figures in Japanese folklore analogous to the Western model of ghosts. The name consists of two kanji, 幽 (yū), meaning "faint" or "dim" and 霊 (rei), meaning "soul" or "spirit".

What does the name Zuri mean? ›

Zuri is a feminine given name of Swahili origin meaning “beautiful.” It has been among the 1,000 most popular names for newborn girls in the United States since 2010 and among the top 300 names since 2018.

What does sayori mean in Japanese? ›

Meaning. Usually "small lily" is the most commonly used Kanji. Region of origin. Japan.

Do they flip names in Japan? ›

A new decree ordained that official documents should reverse the order of Japanese people's names when they are rendered in the Latin alphabet. Hitherto in, say, English documents, Japanese names have been written with the given name first, using the Western practice.

Can 3 people get married in Japan? ›

The three of them live together without being married as polygamy is illegal in Japan. Together, they call themselves the "Iyasaka family".

How do Japanese stay thin? ›

Having a balanced diet

In fact, the Japanese diet is very much balanced and versatile. They eat nutritious foods in each meal that includes carbohydrate, animal protein, vegetable protein, healthy fat, vitamins, and minerals. Thus, they enjoy eating rice, fish, soy, vegetables, fruit, and green tea without sugar.

Why does Japan have 2 names? ›

Japanese people have two names, a surname and a given name. The surname is usually inherited from the father, and women usually change their surname to the husband's upon marriage. In Japanese, the surname comes before the given name.

Is Zeni a male or female name? ›

Zeni - Girl's name meaning, origin, and popularity | BabyCenter.

Is it rude to call a Japanese person by their given name? ›

Unlike many western cultures, in Japan people generally don't call one-another by their first name. Doing so can be a mark of disrespect, unless you're very close to the other person and in the right sort of casual environment, so you've read. Mental note then: first names are best avoided.

What is the #1 rated anime? ›

Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood

What are anime fans called? ›

Otaku (Japanese: おたく, オタク, or ヲタク) is a Japanese word that describes people with consuming interests, particularly in anime, manga, video games, or computers.

What Akira means? ›

Popularity:1943. Origin:Japanese. Meaning:bright, clear, ideal.

What is a cool name for a warrior? ›

Cool warrior names for male babies

Albern: noble soldier. Akin: brave or heroic. Boris: a battle warrior. Cedric: a warrior leader.

What is a badass first name? ›

Along with Ace and Axel, other badass boy names in the US Top 1000 include Blaze, Dash, Fox, Harley, Jagger, Justice, Ryker, and Wilder. Many badass names are also impressive occupations, among them Hunter, Pilot, Ranger, and Sargent.

What are some unique badass names? ›

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What are tough names? ›

Tough-sounding baby boy names
  • Jag (or Jagger)
  • Jax.
  • Damon.
  • Dexter.
  • Axel.
  • Cason.
  • Calum.
  • Cash.
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Do samurai still exist? ›

Although samurai no longer exist, the influence of these great warriors still manifests itself deeply in Japanese culture and samurai heritage can be seen all over Japan - be it a great castle, a carefully planned garden, or beautifully preserved samurai residences.

Why do Japanese names end in KO? ›

The first son would be known as "Ichirō", the second as "Jirō", and so on. Girls were often named with ko (子, "child") at the end of the given name; this should not be confused with the less common male suffix hiko (彦).

What does Kun stand for? ›

Kun (君【くん】) /kʊn/ is generally used by people of senior status addressing or referring to those of junior status, or it can be used when referring to men in general, male children or male teenagers, or among male friends.

What does the name Levi mean? ›

It means “united," "joined,” or, sometimes, “joined in harmony." It has Biblical roots: in the Old Testament, Levi is the son of Jacob and Leah. The Levites are also one of the 12 tribes of the Israelites. In this way, Levi is a name signifying the unification or founding of something. Origin: The name Levi is Hebrew.

How do I get a fighter nickname? ›

They can be self-given, coined by a coach or a promotion or in some cases earned based on a performance. Oftentimes a nickname is more ubiquitous than a fighter's actual name. Such is the way of combat sports, where so many fighters have some sort of ring name.

What name means fearless warrior? ›

Kemp. Whether from Norse or English origins, Kemp is a fearless warrior.

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