Japanese Baby Names

Top Japanese Baby Names 2016

Rank Name
1 Akira
2 Kaiya
3 Raiden
4 Ren
5 Hikaru
6 Sachi
7 Andrea
8 Aito
9 Yuri
10 Akio
11 Sachihiro
12 Hibiki
13 Sora
14 Yukio
15 Daichi
16 Eito
17 Naoki
18 Rei
19 Hiroshi
20 Kazumi
21 Yoko
22 Yoshimi
23 Daisuke
24 Haruki
25 Hisao
26 Ichiro
27 Katsumi
28 Kazue
29 Mao
30 Nishi
31 Nozomi
32 Reiji
33 Giichi
34 Hansuke
35 Hideo
36 Hiroki
37 Hironori
38 Hiroto
39 Hitomu
40 Hitoshi
41 Izumi
42 Naoko
43 Naoyuki
44 Nariko
45 Natsuo
46 Noritaka
47 Tamiko
48 Daiki
49 Eiichi
50 Eiji
51 Fumihiro
52 Hiroaki
53 Hirohito
54 Hiromitsu
55 Hiroyuki
56 Hisashi
57 Ikki
58 Isao
59 Kenzou
60 Kobe
61 Koji
62 Kosuke
63 Mitsue
64 Naozumi
65 Natsuko
66 Seiichi
67 Tadaaki
68 Toshiro
69 Yoshi
70 Yoshihiro
71 Hiromichi
72 Hisato
73 Hyousuke
74 Itsuki
75 Itsuo
76 Kiyoshi
77 Noriko
78 Saburo
79 Shunsuke
80 Shusuke
81 Tadashi
82 Taichi
83 Takahiro
84 Tatsuya
85 Tetsu
86 Tomo
87 Tomomi
88 Tsukiya
89 Umeko
90 Yasahiro
91 Yasuhiro
92 Yo
93 Yokuto
94 Yoshiaki
95 Yoshiki
96 Yoshiko
97 Yoshio
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Rank Name
11 Sachihiro
12 Hibiki
13 Sora
14 Yukio
15 Daichi
16 Eito
17 Naoki
18 Rei
19 Hiroshi
20 Kazumi

Japan's traditional culture of honor, loyalty, and devotion have existed since 10,000 BC. Their names embody ancient beliefs and share artistic forms like haiku poetry, gardening, architecture and, noble lifestyles such as the Samurai Bushido Code.

Japanese Background

Japan is an archipelago of 6,852 islands located in the Pacific Ocean, the biggest islands being Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu and Shikoku. It is considered one of the most densely populated countries in the world, with the capital of Tokyo, the world’s largest metropolitan area with the population of 30 million. Japan’s history dates as far back as 10,000 BC. During the WW II it became an Axis power and its 1941 Pearl Harbor attack eventually resulted in 1945 atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki by

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