Female Japanese Dog Names

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Here’s a list of some popular female Japanese dog names, along with their meaning and kanji.

Ai – “love” (愛藍)
Aika – “love song” (愛佳)
Aiko – “child of love” (愛子)
Aimi – “love beautiful” (愛美)
Aina – “love vegetables” (愛菜)
Airi – “love jasmine” (愛莉)
Akane – “brilliant red” (茜)
Akemi – “bright beautiful” (明美)
Aki – “bright / autumn” (明 / 秋)
Akiko – “bright child” (明子)
Akira – “bright / clear” (明 / 亮)
Amaterasu – “shining heaven” (天照)
Ami – “asia beautiful” (亜美)
Aoi – “blue” (碧)
Asami – “morning beauty” (麻美)
Asuka – “tomorrow perfume, fragrance” (明日香)
Atsuko – “kind child” (篤子)
Aya – “color” (彩)
Ayaka – “colorful flower” (彩花)
Ayako – “colorful child” (彩子)
Ayame – “iris” (菖蒲)
Ayane – “colorful sound” (彩音)
Ayano – “my color” (彩乃)
Chie – “wisdom, intellect” (恵)
Chieko – “child of intelligence, wisdom” (恵子)
Chiharu – “one thousand springs (as in season)” (千春)
Chika – “scatter flowers” (散花)
Chikako – “child of a thousand perfumes” (千香子)
Chinatsu – “one thousand summers” (千夏)
Chiyo – “one thousand generations” (千代)
Chiyoko – “child of a thousand generations” (千代子)
Cho – “butterfly” (蝶)
Chouko – “butterfly child” (蝶子)
Eiko – “child of splendor” (栄子)
Emi – “beautiful blessing” (恵美)
Emiko – “beautiful blessing child” (恵美子)
Eri – “blessed prize” (絵理)
Etsuko – “child of joy” (悦子)
Fumiko – “child of abundant beauty” (富美子)
Hana – “flower” (花)
Hanako – “flower child” (花子)
Haru – “spring (as in season)” (春)
Haruka – “spring flower” (春花)
Haruko – “spring child” (春子)
Harumi – “beautiful spring” (春美)
Haruna – “spring vegetables” (春菜)
Hideko – “child of excellence” (秀子)
Hikari – “light, radiance” (光)
Hikaru – “light, radiance” (光)
Hina – “sun vegetables” (陽菜)
Hinata – “sunflower / facing towards the sun” (向日葵 / 陽向)
Hiro – “generous” (寛)
Hiroko – “generous child” (寛子)
Hiromi – “generous beauty” (寛美)
Hisako – “child of long life” (久子)
Hisoka – “cautious, reserved” (密)
Hitomi – “pupil of the eye” (瞳)
Honoka – “harmony flower” (和花)
Hoshi – “star” (星)
Hoshiko – “star child” (星子)
Hotaru – “firefly” (蛍)
Izumi – “spring, fountain” (泉)
Jun – “obedient” (順)
Junko – “pure, genuine child” (純子)
Kaede – “maple” (楓)
Kamiko – “superior child” (上子)
Kanako – “fragrant Nara(city in japan) child” (香奈子)
Kanon – “flower sound” (花音)
Kaori – “perfume, fragrance” (香)
Kaoru – “fragrance” (薫)
Kasumi – “mist” (霞)
Katsumi – “victorious beauty” (勝美)
Kazue – “first blessing” (一恵)
Kazuko – “child of harmony” (和子)
Kazumi – “harmonious beauty” (和美)
Kei – “respectful” (敬)
Keiko – “blessed child / respectful child” (恵子 / 敬子)
Kiko – “chronical child” (紀子)
Kiku – “chrysanthemum” (菊)
Kimi – “noble” (君)
Kimiko – “empress child” (后子)
Kin – “gold” (金)
Kiyoko – “pure child” (清子)
Kiyomi – “pure beauty” (清美)
Kohaku – “amber” (琥珀)
Kokoro – “soul, heart” (心)
Kotone – “sound of the koto (Japanese harp)” (琴音)
Kumiko – “long-time beautiful child” (久美子)
Kyo – “cooperation” (協)
Kyoko – “respectful child” (恭子)
Madoka – “circle, round” (円)
Mai – “dance” (舞)
Maiko – “child of dance” (舞子)
Maki – “true hope” (真希)
Makoto – “sincere” (誠)
Mami – “true beauty” (真美)
Mana – “love” (愛)
Manami – “loving beautiful” (愛美)
Mao – “dance cherry blossom” (舞桜)
Mariko – “true village child” (真里子)
Masa – “just / true” (正 / 真)
Masami – “become beautiful” (成美)
Masumi – “true clarity” (真澄)
Masuyo – “benefits the world” (益世)
Mayu – “true gentle” (真優)
Mayumi – “true gentle beauty” (真優美)
Megumi – “blessing” (恵)
Mei – “sprouting life” (芽生)
Mi – “beautiful” (美)
Michi – “pathway” (道)
Michiko – “beautiful wise child” (美智子)
Midori – “green” (緑)
Mieko – “beautiful blessing child” (美枝子)
Miho – “protected, guaranteed beauty” (美保)
Mika – “beautiful fragrance” (美香)
Miki – “beautiful princess” (美姫)
Miku – “beautiful sky” (美空)
Minako – “beautiful child” (美奈子)
Minori – “truth” (実)
Mio – “beautiful cherry blossom” (美桜)
Misaki – “beautiful blossom” (美咲)
Mitsuko – “child of light” (光子)
Mitsuru – “satisfy, full” (満)
Miu – “beautiful feather” (美羽)
Miwa – “beautiful hamony, peace” (美和)
Miyako – “beautiful night child” (美夜子)
Miyoko – “beautiful child of the generations” (美代子)
Miyu – “beautiful gentle” (美優)
Miyuki – “beautiful blessing” (美幸)
Mizuki – “beautiful moon” (美月)
Moe – “sprouting” (萌)
Momoe – “one hundred blessings” (百恵)
Momoka – “peach tree flower” (桃花)
Momoko – “peach tree child” (桃子)
Moriko – “child of the forest” (森子)
Nana – “seven” (七)
Nanami – “seven seas” (七海)
Nao – “honest” (直)
Naoko – “honest child” (直子)
Naomi – “honest beautiful” (直美)
Natsuki – “summer hope” (夏希)
Natsuko – “summer child” (夏子)
Natsumi – “beautiful summer” (夏美)
Noa – “my love” (乃愛)
Nobuko – “faithful, trustworthy child” (信子)
Noriko – “lawful child” (典子)
Ran – “orchid” (蘭)
Rei – “lovely” (麗)
Reiko – “lovely child” (麗子)
Ren – “lotus / love” (蓮 / 恋)
Re – “true blessing” (理恵)
Rika – “true fragrance” (理香)
Riko – “child of truth” (理子)
Rin – “dignified” (凛)
Rina – “jasmine” (莉奈)
Rio – “village cherry blossom” (里桜)
Ryoko – “refreshing child” (涼子)
Sachiko – “joyful, happy child” (幸子)
Saki – “blossom of hope” (咲希)
Sakura – “cherry blossom” (桜 / さくら)
Sakurako – “cherry blossom child” (桜子)
Satoko – “wise child” (聡子)
Satomi – “beautiful and wise” (聡美)
Sayuri – “small lily” (小百合)
Setsuko – “melody child” (節子)
Shigeko – “growing child” (成子)
Shika – “deer” (鹿)
Shinju – “pearl” (真珠)
Shinobu – “endurance” (忍)
Shiori – “poem” (詩織)
Shizuka – “quiet summer” (静夏)
Shizuko – “quiet child” (静子)
Shun – “speed, quick” (駿)
Sora – “sky” (昊 / 空)
Sumiko – “child of clarity” (澄子)
Suzu – “bell” (鈴)
Suzume – “sparrow” (雀)
Takako – “noble child” (貴子)
Takara – “treasure” (宝)
Tamiko – “child of many beauties” (多美子)
Teruko – “shining child” (照子)
Tomiko – “child of wealth, fortune” (富子)
Tomoko – “child of wisdom, intellect” (智子)
Tomomi – “beautiful friend” (朋美)
Toshiko – “clever child” (敏子)
Tsubaki – “camellia flower” (椿)
TSUBAME – “swallow (bird)” (燕)
TSUKIKO – “moon child” (月子)
Ume – “plum” (梅)
Umeko – “plum child” (梅子)
Usagi – “rabbit” (兎)
Wakana – “harmonious music” (和奏)
Yasu – “peace” (康)
Yasuko – “child of peace” (康子)
Yoko – “child of sunlight” (陽子)
Yoshi – “lucky / righteous” (吉 / 義)
Yoshie – “beautiful stream” (佳江)
Yoshiko – “child of goodness” (良子)
Yua – “binding love” (結愛)
Yui – “bind clothing ” (結衣)
Yuina – “bind together” (結奈)
Yuka – “gentle flower” (優花)
Yukari – “beautiful pear tree” (佳梨)
Yuki – “happiness / snow” (幸 / 雪)
Yukiko – “child of snow / child of happiness” (幸子 / 雪子)
Yuko – “gentle child” (優子)
Yumi – “reason beautiful” (由美)
Yumiko – “reason beautiful child” (由美子)
Yuri – “lily” (百合)
Yuriko – “lily child” (百合子)
Yuu – “gentle” (優)
Yuuki – “gentle, superior hope” (優希)
Yuuna – “gentle” (優奈)
Yuzuki – “gentle moon” (優月)