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Top Ten Japanese Names

Haruto
Haruto

Haruto is an uncompromising, courageous, energetic and masculine man, who likes to think that he is pretty tough. But despite a certain coarseness and a triumphant air he is an extremely sensitive individual (although he tends to keep this under control), and a very charming one at that (a quality that he discreetly cultivates).

Yuto
Yuto

Name: Yuto . Gender: Male . Usage: Yuto is not a popular first name. It is more often used as a boy (male) name. People having the name Yuto appear to be originating from all over the world. Variants: For another variant of the name Yuto across the world, see Yūto.

Sota
Sota

The meaning, origin and history of the name Sota.

Yuki
Yuki

Yuki (ゆき, ユキ) or Yūki/Yuuki (ゆうき, ユーキ) are separate Japanese given names used for females or males, though they can be romanized the same way.. Possible spellings of Yuki include 雪, 由紀, 由貴, 由岐, 友紀, 夕希 and 有希.

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Hayato
Hayato

Hayato and Hróaldr are tender, sensitive and idealistic souls who are particularly enamoured with balance and harmony. Inspired and emotional, they are interested in art, beauty and anything that concerns the human being.

Haruki
Haruki

The meaning, origin and history of the name Haruki.

Ryusei
Ryusei

Ryuusei name meaning, Japanese baby Boy name Ryuusei meaning,etymology, history, presonality details. Ryuusei Rhyming, similar names and popularity.

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Koki
Koki

The name Koki is of Japanese origin, and is used mostly in English speaking countries but also in a few other countries and languages of the world. If you consider naming your baby Koki we recommend you take note of the special meaning and history of the name as your baby’s name will play a big role in its life and your baby will hear it spoken every day.