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How do you want your children’s names to reflect your background?

子供の名前に、自分のルーツをどう反映させたいですか。

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FatherJapanese
MotherArgentinian
Age26
Born inJapan
Lived inJapan, Canada, UK, Sweden
Speaks Japanese⚫⚫⚫⚫⚪
Reading and Writing⚫⚫⚪⚪⚪
SpeaksEnglish, Spanish, Japanese
プロファイル:
日本人
アルゼンチン人
年齢26歳
出生地日本
今まで住んだ国日本、カナダ、イギリス、スウェーデン
日本語会話のレベル⚫⚫⚫⚫⚪
日本語読み書きのレベル⚫⚫⚪⚪⚪
話せる言語英語、スペイン語、日本語

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  • Marie says:

    When I asked my parents why I was named Marie, they told me because it was the only First name that existed in both countries (and they liked it and my grand mother’s name was Marie) . I liked it because it felt like, thanks to this name, I knew I could be part of both countries and cultures.
    For my children I think I want to be more discreet, maybe not reflect your background on others, but give a name that reminds my children of their background everyday. And it’s also a cool fact to tell at parties!
    For example, the name Akane means Garance in French, which is also a name! So thanks to the kanjis that give a thousand meaning to names, we can always found a name with that kind of double meaning.

  • Yasushi Morimoto says:

    I married a white person but decided to give my daughter a Japanese name based on my grandmother. She has a blond hair and blue eyes. It is important to me that I give her a rich connection to Japan even if she may never live there. Giving her a Japanese name is one of many ways to do that.

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