Japanese Baby Names

Japanese baby names are only beginning to be used in the West, as the world becomes smaller and international names become more accepted in most countries. Some Japanese baby names that translate easily to Western culture and language include the following.

  • Aiko

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    Aiko is a very common Japanese name with a lovely meaning that is rarely heard outside the Asian community. Pronounced ah-ee-ko.Read More 

  • Aimi

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  • Aki

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    A name known in several cultures, also through animated book character Tiger Aki. Finnish author Aki Ollikainen is another notable bearer.Read More 

  • Aki

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    A name known in several cultures, also through animated book character Tiger Aki. Finnish author Aki Ollikainen is another notable bearer.Read More 

  • Akio

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  • Akira

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    A popular Japanese name for both sexes that's migrated to the West because of its appearance in manga and video games.Read More 

  • Amarante

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  • Amaya

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    Amaya is a girls' name that relates to the popular Maya. Actors Mariska Hargitay and Peter Hermann are the parents of a young daughter named Amaya... Read More 

  • Aya

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    Simple names have their appeal, but Aya, barely more than a breath, maybe be too simple. It debuted on the US Top 1000 in 2012.

    In the entertainment industry, Aya has two international... Read More 

  • Chiyo

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    The childhood name of the heroine of Memoirs of a Geisha is pretty and accessible. Chiyiko is a pet form.Read More 

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