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詳細は「」を参照 (明治8年)2月13日太政官布告で「氏」の使用が義務化され、(明治9年)3月17日に太政官指令で「制」が出される。 その後(明治31年)旧民法で「」が制定された。 以来、現代まで日本の制度ではすべてのが姓を有する、から受け継がれてきた家庭の名称やを中心にした家族の名称を指す。 家庭内や同姓がいるときは、のみがを表す名称だが、家庭以外では、姓と名を合わせたフルネームで表記することで個人を特定する名称となる。 の姓は、基本的にである。 ただし「一ノ瀬」などのように一部にが含まれているもの、「反り目」のようにが含まれているもの、「佐々木」のようにが含まれているものもある。 以外から日本に移り住み国籍を取得した者の中には、元の姓の読みを当て字にする(等)、片仮名で表記する(等)など本人の意向に沿った姓を選択できるため、新しい苗字が出来ることもあるが、使える文字はに限定されている。 日本の主な名字 [ ] 以下は、現在日本国内に多い(上位30)である。 日本国内に多い名字(上位30位、2010年現在) 順位 名字(読み) 備考 1 ( サトウ、サドウ) ・をはじめとする(特に)やに多い名字で、では・を除きそれほど多くはない。 ではむしろ珍しい名字。 2 ( スズキ、ススキ、ススギ) (特に)・及び・に多い。 のランキングでは1位。 発祥地はだが、西日本(特に)にはさほど多くはない。 3 ( タカハシ、タカバシ) この名字もをはじめ東日本(とくにの周辺)やに多い傾向がある。 4 ( ワタナベ、ワタベ) 発祥地はで、を除く全国に満遍なく分布するが、密度はやなど東日本南部または・(特に)に多い。 5 ( タナカ、ダナカ、デンチュウ) 全国満遍なく分布し、大半の都道府県で上位にランクされるが、密度では(を除く)の方が多い。 ・・のランキングでは1位であり、西日本全体でも1位である。 でも(特に・地域)・(特に)・では密度が高い。 6 ( イトウ) 及び・・・に多い。 件数はが最も多いが、密度ではの方が多い。 では市町村としては最も件数が多い。 7 ( ヤマモト) どちらかといえばに多いが、は多くない。 ・では1位、・では2位。 でもやでは上位にランクされる。 8 ( ナカムラ) 全国に分布する。 どちらかといえばに多い。 特に・に多い。 9 ( コバヤシ、オバヤシ) ・・・に多い。 10 ( サイトウ) 11 ( カトウ) 発祥地は()だが、ではそれほど多くない。 には多く分布する。 12 ( ヨシダ、キチダ、ヨシタ) 発祥は。 を除く全国に分布するが、・・地方で密度が高い。 13 ( ヤマダ) 特定の地方に多いというわけではなく、日本のどの地方においても平均的に件数が存在する。 左記理由により、各種書類等の記入見本に山田姓が用いられる例は多い。 14 ( ササキ) 発祥地はだが、・・・に多い。 15 ( ヤマグチ) 全国万遍なく分布するが、(特に)で割合が高い。 日本の都道府県名のうち、日本人の姓としては最も多い。 16 ( マツモト) やに多く分布する。 17 ( イノウエ、イカミ) に多く分布する。 18 ( キムラ) を除く全国に分布する。 19 ( ハヤシ) ・やに多くに分布する。 20 ( シミズ、キヨミズ、ショウズ) 21 ( ヤマザキ、ヤマサキ) では「ヤマサキ」が多い。 22 ( イケダ、イケタ) 23 ( アベ) に多く分布する。 24 ( モリ) に多く分布する。 25 ( ハシモト) 26 ( ヤマシタ、ヤマモト) に多く分布する。 27 ( イシカワ、イシガワ) 28 ( ナカジマ、ナカシマ) やなどでは「ナカシマ」が多い。 29 ( マエダ、マエタ) に多く分布する。 30 ( フジタ) 姓と名の順序 [ ] 姓と名の表記の順は、表記対象の人がどの国の人か、どの言語圏に属しているか、ということや、それを実際に表記する言語、また書籍の種類(一般の書籍なのか、学術本なのか等)や雑誌の種類(一般人向けの雑誌なのか、科学誌なのか、その中でも具体的にどの科学誌なのか)等々の種類の影響も受ける。 が、日本人の姓名をやを用いて表記する時は、姓-名の順で表記する。 参照文献についてのISO規格(SIST 02作成時はISO 690:1987)は,姓を先に書くことを規定しています。 改正版(ISO 690:2010)でも同様です。 原論文での欧文著者名の表記が「名・姓」順であっても,参照文献欄の表記では図書目録と同様に「姓・名」の順にします。 なお,参照文献欄が「名・姓」順のままの雑誌もあります。 2011年の誌の参照文献欄は「名のイニシャル・姓」の順,誌は「姓・名のイニシャル」の順でした。 科学技術情報流通技術基準(SIST)はまた、「 日本語論文の参照文献欄で 外国人名を表記する場合,「姓・名」順ですか。 複数著者名の場合の区切り記号は何ですか。 」との問いに対し、次のように回答した。 これを受けて NHK も、から、放送やWEBサイトでの表記を「姓・名」の順に統一することとしている。 英語や西洋言語における日本人姓名の順序 [ ] 英語では、存命中または最近死去した日本人の姓名に関して、一般的には姓が最後(名-姓の順序)でを付さずに与えられる。 歴史上の人物では名字が最初に(可能ならマクロンありで)付けられる。 日本人は通常、英語や西洋言語を使う際に、伝統的な日本の姓名順序とは逆の「名-姓」という順序で姓名を紹介する。 明治時代の日本で始まったもので、多くの英語出版物では現代日本人の姓名順序は姓が後ろになっている。 文部科学省の国語審議会は、この慣習が明治時代に定着したと次のように書いている。 日本人の姓名をローマ字で表記するときに、本来の形式を逆転して「名-姓」の順とする慣習は、明治の欧化主義の時代に定着したものであり、欧米の人名の形式に合わせたものである。 現在でもこの慣習は広く行われており、国内の英字新聞や英語の教科書も、日本人名を「名-姓」順に表記しているものが多い。 (中略)一般的には「名-姓」順とし、歴史上の人物や文学者などに限って「姓-名」順で表記している場合もある。 明治時代に起こったの側面として、日本人は欧米言語において西洋の「名-姓」という順序を採用し、当時の日本が後進国ではなく先進国であることを世界により広く知らしめることになった。 球技などの国際的イベントに参加する際も、日本人は西洋の「名-姓」順序を使用していた。 日本人には実際の名の短縮形となるニックネームがしばしばあり、彼らは外国人と一緒の時にこれらの名前を使うことも多い。 例えば、「カズユキ」は自分自身を「カズ」と呼んだりもする。 これらの名前はとは見なされない。 日本語表記では姓が先で、英語表記では名前が先という例。 声優の Fumiko Orikasa。 大半の海外出版物では存命する日本人の姓名は逆さになっており、大半の日本人は海外販売するもの(書籍など)に書き込む自分の姓名を逆さにしている。 海外と取引を行う日本企業の幹部役員は通常2種類のを持っており、1つが国内で使う日本語だけのもので、もう1つが外国人向けで西洋式に「名-姓」となっているものである。 海外の著名な報道出版物では、西洋式順序が用いられている。 歴史上の人物は、英語でも名字が最初に呼ばれることが多い。 これは特に、日本に関する学術著作の中でそうなっている。 多くの学術著作は一般的に日本人の姓名について日本式の順序を使用しており、もしも著者が日本人学者ならば学術著作は日本式の順序を使用する可能性がより高い。 『ジャパニーズ・ネームズ』の著者ジョン・パワーは「日本語を話したり読んだりできる人は、日本人の姓名を西洋式の順序に変えることに強い抵抗がある」と記した。 これら作家によって書かれた書籍には、日本人の姓名がオリジナルの順序であるという注釈がしばしば入っている。 一部の海外書籍には、一貫した姓名順序の慣行がない。 『』の佐伯シズカは「これは作家や翻訳者にとって頭痛の種であるだけでなく、読者にとっても混乱の元となっている」と述べた。 東京に本部を置くプロの執筆者団体、Society of Writers, Editors and Translators SWET のリン・E・リッグスは「あなたが日本に関する本を出版する場合、あなたは日本について知りたいと思っている人々に向けてそれを出版しています。 それで彼らは、何か新しい事または新しいとされている何かを学ぶことに興味があるのです」と述べた。 佐伯は2001年に、大半の日本人が英語を書く際には西洋式順序を使っているとしつつも、20世紀に日本は経済大国になったことで、一部の人達が日本式順序の使用促進を始めたと述べている。 SWETによって書かれた日本に関する英語著作物を作るための1998年ガイド『ジャパン・スタイルシート』は、翻訳者が姓名順序の一貫性を促したいとして、できる限り普段から日本式の姓名順序を使うよう主張している。 1987年、日本の英語教科書出版社の1社が日本式順序を使用し、2001年では日本の英語教科書出版社の8社のうち6社が日本式順序を使用した。 2000年12月、文部科学省の国語評議会は「一定の書式に従って書かれる名簿や書類などは別として、一般的には各々の人名固有の形式が生きる形で紹介・記述されることが望ましい」 として、英語著作物で日本式の姓名順序を使用するよう推奨した。 同時に 、個人名のどの部分が名字でどの部分が名前であるかを明確にするために、名字をにする YAMADA Haruo ことやを使用する Yamada,Haruo との提言もなされた。 英語における日本の姓名の優先順位に関してが行った2000年1月の「国語に関する世論調査」 では、34. 9%が日本式の順序を優先し、30. 6%が西洋式の順序を優先し、29. 6%がどちらでもなかった。 1986年には、すべての刊行物に日本式の姓名順序を使用することを決定した。 国際交流基金の出版部広報は2001年頃に、よく読まれる英語話者の新聞を含む一部のSWET出版物は、西洋式順序を使用し続けると述べた。 2001年時点で同局のスタイルシートでは、状況に応じて異なる姓名順序を使用することを推奨している。 例えば、国際会議の文書など、日本に精通していない読者向けの出版物には西洋式の順序を使用するよう提唱している。 脚注 [ ] [] 注釈 [ ]• 朝日新聞 2016年11月6日• 静岡大学 人文学部 言語文化学科 比較言語文化コース 言語学分野 城岡研究室. 2008年9月3日閲覧。 2000年12月8日. 2013年1月18日閲覧。 (日本サッカー協会公式サイト 2012年4月1日)• 2019年10月5日)• 日本放送協会 2019年3月27日)• See International Who's Who, which is recommended for this purpose by the. 3 : "For names of well-known deceased persons, Chicago generally prefers the spellings in Merriam-Webster's Biographical Dictionary or the biographical section of Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary. 藤永丈司「」マイスキ英語、2018年7月11日更新。 2019年5月10日閲覧。 自己紹介における姓名は、I am+名前(+名字)あるいはMy name is+名前(+名字)とされる。 C4-2. 「日本人の姓名については、ローマ字表記においても「姓-名」の順(例えばYamada Haruo)とすることが望ましい」との提言がされている• June 2001. Volume 47, No. 543. Edith Terry,"How Asia Got Rich",M. Sharpe,2002,, 9780765603562,p.. 「」日本語公式ページにも同団体の訳語が存在せず、の「SWET」で統一されている。 直訳するなら「作家・編集者・翻訳者の協会」。 文化庁「」、ただしネット要約では姓名順序に関するデータ未掲載。 参考文献 [ ]• Power, John. June 2008. Volume 26, Issue 2, p. C4-2-C4-8 7 pages. Accession number 502948569. Available on. 関連項目 [ ].

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English• Italian• 9 million Call Me by Your Name : Chiamami col tuo nome is a 2017 film directed by. Its screenplay, by , who also co-produced, is based on the by. The film is the final installment in Guadagnino's thematic "Desire" trilogy, after 2009 , and 2015. Set in 1983 in northern Italy, Call Me by Your Name chronicles the romantic relationship between a 17-year-old, , and Oliver , a 24-year-old graduate-student assistant to Elio's father , an archaeology professor. The film also stars the French actresses , , and. Development began in 2007 when producers and the rights to Aciman's novel. Ivory had been chosen to co-direct with Guadagnino, but stepped down in 2016. Guadagnino had joined the project as a , and eventually became sole director, and co-producer. Call Me by Your Name was financed by several international companies, and its took place mainly in the city and of , between May and June 2016. Cinematographer used , as opposed to employing. The filmmakers spent weeks decorating , one of the main shooting locations. Guadagnino curated , which features two original songs by American singer-songwriter. acquired distribution rights to Call Me by Your Name before its premiere at the on January 22, 2017. The film began a in the United States on November 24, 2017, and went on general release on January 19, 2018. It received widespread critical acclaim, particularly for Ivory's screenplay, Guadagnino's direction, and the performances of Chalamet, Hammer, and Stuhlbarg. The film garnered , including many for its screenplay, direction, acting, and music. It received four nominations at the including , winning for. The screenplay also won at the , , and the. Contents• Plot [ ] It is the summer of 1983. , a 17-year-old Jewish-Italian, lives with his parents in rural. Elio's father, a professor of archaeology, invites a 24-year-old graduate student, Oliver, who is also Jewish, to live with the family over the summer and help with his academic paperwork. Elio, an introspective and a talented musician, initially thinks he has little in common with Oliver, who has a carefree and exuberant personality. Elio resents having to give up his bedroom to Oliver for the duration of his stay, and spends much of the summer reading, playing piano, and hanging out with his childhood friend, Marzia. Meanwhile, Oliver admits being attracted to one of the local girls, much to Elio's annoyance. Elio and Oliver swim together, go for long walks into town, and accompany Elio's father on an archaeological trip. Elio begins a sexual relationship with Marzia and brags about it in front of Oliver to gauge his reaction, but nonetheless finds himself increasingly attracted to him. During a trip to the local post office, Elio indirectly confesses his feelings to Oliver, who tells him he should not act on them. Later that day, the two kiss, but Oliver is reluctant to go any further. They grow distant. In response to a note from Elio, Oliver leaves a message on his desk suggesting they meet at midnight. Elio spends the day with Marzia, but longs to see Oliver. At midnight, he approaches Oliver and their rendezvous results in the two sleeping together for the first time. They become more physically and emotionally intimate in the days that follow, frequenting sexual encounters while still keeping their relationship a secret. One day, in bed, Oliver says to Elio, "Call me by your name and I'll call you by mine. " Now completely smitten with Oliver, Elio starts avoiding Marzia. As the end of Oliver's stay approaches, he and Elio both find themselves overcome by uncertainty and longing. Elio's parents, who are privately aware of the bond between the two but do not address it openly, recommend he and Oliver visit together before Oliver returns home to the U. They spend three romantic days together. Elio, heartbroken after Oliver's departure, calls his mother and asks her to pick him up from the train station and take him home. Marzia is sympathetic to Elio's feelings and says she wants to remain friends. Elio's father, observing his deep sadness, tells him he was aware of his relationship with Oliver and confesses to almost having had a similar relationship in his own youth. He urges Elio to learn from his grief and grow, instead of just moving on too quickly. During , Oliver calls Elio's family to tell them he is engaged to be married. He tells Elio that he remembers everything very clearly. After the call, Elio sits down by the fireplace and stares into the flames, tearfully reminiscing, as his parents and the house staff prepare a holiday dinner. The movie ends when Elio, still seated by the fireplace and now appearing to be more content, throws a glance into the camera as his mother calls for him. Cast [ ]• as Oliver• as Samuel Perlman• as Annella Perlman• as Marzia• as Chiara• Vanda Capriolo as Mafalda• Antonio Rimoldi as Anchise• Elena Bucci as Bambi• Marco Sgrosso as Nico• as Mounir• as Isaac• as himself archive footage Styles and themes [ ] Call Me by Your Name is the final installment in a thematic trilogy Guadagnino calls his "Desire" trilogy; the other two parts were 2009 and 2015. Guadagnino described his approach to the film as "lighthearted and simple", marking a departure from his previous work, which has been called "highly stylised [and] dazzling". Guadagnino considers Call Me by Your Name a "homage to the fathers of my life: my own father, and my cinematic ones", referring to the filmmakers , , , and , who he says inspired him. Guadagnino has described Call Me by Your Name as a family-oriented film for the purpose of "transmission of knowledge and hope that people of different generations come to see the film together. " He saw it not as a "gay" movie but as a film about "the beauty of the newborn idea of desire, unbiased and uncynical", reflecting his motto of living "with a sense of ". "We should always be very earnest with one's feelings, instead of hiding them or shielding ourselves," he said. He considered it an "uplifting film" about "being who you want to be and finding yourself into the gaze of the other in his or her otherness. " The director tried to avoid the flaws he had seen in most , where growth is often portrayed as being a result of resolving preconceived dilemmas such as an enforced choice between two lovers. He also wanted the story to follow two people "in the moment", rather than focus on an antagonist or a tragedy —an approach inspired by 1983 , directed by. As someone who considers a representation of the characters' behavior and identity, Guadagnino was not interested in including explicit sex scenes in the film. He explained his intention: "I wanted the audience to completely rely on the emotional travel of these people and feel first love... It was important to me to create this powerful universality, because the whole idea of the movie is that the other person makes you beautiful—enlightens you, elevates you. " Production [ ] Development [ ] , pictured in September 1991, took nine months to write the script, and had been set to co-direct the film. Two of the film's producers, and , saw a of 's debut novel in 2007 and "" the screen rights before its publication. Rosenman first heard about the book through a friend after acting in 2008 and described it as "divine". Spears, moved by the novel and believing it deserved a cinematic adaptation, received his first credit as a producer from his work on the film. They invited their friend to work as an on the film adaptation. Spears and Rosenman began production in 2008, but the project was soon trapped in "". The producers met with three sets of directors and writers—among them , , and —but could not find anyone who would commit to the project. Scheduling filming in Italy during the summer also proved difficult. The producers contacted Guadagnino, their first choice to direct, but he declined, citing a busy schedule. However, as Guadagnino lived in northern Italy, he was initially hired as a location consultant instead. Guadagnino later suggested that he co-direct the film with Ivory, but no contractual agreement was put in place. Ivory accepted the offer to co-direct on the condition that he would also write the film; he spent "about nine months" on the screenplay. Guadagnino, who has described the novel as "a book about remembering the past and indulging in the melancholy of lost things", collaborated on the adaptation with Ivory and. Screenwriting took place at Ivory's house, Guadagnino's kitchen table in , and sometimes in New York City. Ivory rarely met Guadagnino during the process, since the director was busy making A Bigger Splash 2015. The screenplay was completed in late 2015. Aciman approved it and commended the adaptation as "direct... real and persuasive", adding "they've done better than the book". The completed screenplay was vital in securing funding for the film. Entertainment United States , RT Features Brazil , and Water's End Productions United States. The project was also supported by the. 4 million and the filming schedule was cut from 12 to 5 weeks. Ivory stepped down from a directorial role in 2016, leaving Guadagnino to direct the film alone. According to Ivory, financiers from Memento Films International did not want two directors involved with the project because they "thought it would be awkward... It might take longer, it would look terrible if we got in fights on the set, and so on. " Guadagnino said Ivory's version would have likely been "a much more costly [and] different film" that would have been too expensive to make. Ivory became the sole-credited screenwriter and later sold the rights to the screenplay to Guadagnino's company. Call Me by Your Name was Ivory's first produced screenplay since 2003 and the only narrative feature he has written but not directed. He remained involved with other aspects of the production. Guadagnino dedicated the film to his late friend , who came to visit the set in Crema before his death in February 2017. Adaptation [ ] The film adaptation, as directed by Guadagnino left , differs from Ivory's script and the source material written by Aciman right. The film differs from its source material in several ways. It is written in flashback, from Elio's perspective. The filmmakers set the movie entirely in 1983 to help the audience understand the characters, believing that this approach would allow them to remain true to the spirit of the book. The setting was changed from to the countryside of Crema, where Guadagnino lives. The town square selected for filming differed from the one Aciman had pictured in his novel, which in his vision was "far smaller and stood high on a hill overlooking a windswept ". The arid climate and "spookily deserted" landscape in Crema suggested to him that the film would not correspond to the novel. The director also changed the year of the events from 1987 to 1983. In his words, Guadagnino chose "the year—in Italy at least—where the '70s are killed, when everything that was great about the '70s is definitely shut down," but also a time when the characters could be "in a way untouched by the corruption of the '80s—in the U. , [Ronald] Reagan, and in the UK, [Margaret] Thatcher". Guadagnino was tempted to remove the scene in which Elio masturbates into a pitted peach, finding it too explicit. Chalamet was also nervous about the scene, describing it as "a metamorphosis of some of the strongest ideas in the movie" and the key to illuminating the character's "overabundant sexual energy". Both Guadagnino and Chalamet believed it was implausible to masturbate with a peach, but each independently tested the method. To their surprise, it worked, so Guadagnino shot the scene and ultimately included it in the film. A scene featuring Elio and Oliver dancing enthusiastically to song "" in a small bar is not drawn from the book. It was inspired by 's 1986 , and Guadagnino's experience of dancing by himself when he was young. Ivory altered Mr. ] more exciting, as opposed to what a scholar does at his desk". When he was revising Ivory's draft of the script, Guadagnino removed the voice-over narration and much of the nudity. He said that explicit nudity was "absolutely irrelevant" to his vision for the film, and that he did not like the idea of having the main character tell the story retrospectively, stating that "it kills the surprise". Towards the end of the novel, the two protagonists visit Rome, a trip which lasts an entire chapter and introduces new characters in multiple locations. Because of the film's limited budget, Ivory and the producers wrote several variations, one of which was to leave the lead characters alone in the family's house. Ultimately, the filmmakers settled on another trip—to , rather than Rome—where the characters spend much of their time alone together in a hotel room. In his original script, Ivory depicted Elio's parents discussing in two scenes, and Elio decorating a Christmas tree in his family's home in the final scene. Ivory had to reduce the length of Mr. Perlman's speech but was committed to keeping it in the script. Aciman said in an interview with that, while keeping intervention with the script at a minimum, he suggested to Ivory to keep dialogue prior to Perlman's speech to a minimum so as not to "steal the surprise and the suspense that happens" as it unfolds. Ivory described the scene in which Elio conveys his feelings to Oliver as one of the moments that captures the "euphoric passion and nervousness" of their first love. Aciman was surprised by Guadagnino's final scene where Elio is seen crying by the fireplace; he wrote of the film adaptation: Cinema can be an entirely magical medium. What I do as a writer, and what Guadagnino does as a film director, is more than speak two different languages. What I do is chisel a statue down to its finest, most elusive details. What a film director does is make the statue move. Many of the changes to Ivory's screenplay were made during the filming; the screenwriter was not present at the shooting set. In May 2018, Ivory said that he and Guadagnino discussed how to film the scenes involving nudity, but the director later dropped them. In Ivory's view, some of the director's statements to the press had misrepresented the film's omission of nudity as a "conscious aesthetic decision", even though they had never discussed removing nudity from the screenplay. " By contrast, Ivory cited scenes from his earlier film 1987 —a gay romantic drama that includes male nudity—as "a more natural way of doing things than to hide them, or to do what Luca did, which is to pan the camera out of the window toward some trees. " Guadagnino said that he understood Ivory's position, but that it was clear that there were "no limitations on what we wanted to do. " Casting [ ] In 2015, and were reportedly set to be cast in the film. In September 2016, Ivory confirmed they were no longer involved in the project. Ivory said he got along with LaBeouf, who had read for the film in New York City, but the production company later felt the actor was unsuitable after his "various troubles". Ivory thought Scacchi and LaBeouf read well together and could have made it into the film, but the company disagreed. Guadagnino was impressed by 's performance in 2010 , describing him as a "sophisticated actor, with a great range". Hammer almost turned down the role of Oliver after reading the draft script because it contained nudity, saying, "There's a lot of stuff here that I've never done on film before. But there's no way I can't do this [film], mostly because it scares me so much. " Hammer had previously played LGBT characters in 2011 and 2017. Hammer and Chalamet during the press conference for Call Me by Your Name at the In 2013, Swardstrom—Spears' husband and agent—introduced Chalamet to Guadagnino, who immediately felt the actor had "the ambition, the intelligence, the sensitivity, the naivety, and the artistry" to play Elio. Chalamet had already read Aciman's novel and described it as "a window into a young person". His character, 17-year-old Elio, is fluent in three languages: English, French and Italian. Upon his arrival in Italy, Chalamet—who already spoke French fluently and had played piano and guitar for years —prepared for his role with a schedule of daily lessons in Italian, gym workouts three times a week, and by working with composer Roberto Solci. , who was cast as Elio's father, Mr. Perlman, did not read the book until he had already joined the production. He found the script moving and described Mr. Perlman as having a "sense of generosity and love and understanding". was contacted by Guadagnino when he was in Paris for the promotion of A Bigger Splash. Garrel was cast as Marzia without any formal audition, and she chose not to read the book before shooting. Towards the end of the film, Marzia asks Elio, "Friend for life? "—a line taken from 1991 , directed by the actress's father,. "I like the idea of talking virtually with Philippe Garrel through her," Guadagnino said. During shooting, Garrel spoke French with Chalamet on set and watched the American sitcom with English subtitles to improve her English. Guadagnino chose , whom he had known for twenty years, for the role of Elio's mother Annella. In an interview with French magazine , Guadagnino expressed his admiration of Casar's "sense of transgression" and called her "the most audacious" in. Casting director Stella Savino met Vanda Capriolo when she was bicycling in the countryside. Capriolo, who was not an actor, was chosen to play Mafalda, the Perlmans' maid. Aciman and Spears also appear briefly in cameo roles as Mounir and Isaac, an openly gay couple who attend a dinner party. Aciman was asked to be in the movie after actors became unavailable. So comfortable, not nervous at all. His wife was sitting there and said, 'I had no idea! '" In dialogue, the characters switch between English, French, Italian, and in one scene Annella reads a German translation of. Hammer and Chalamet both signed contracts prohibiting the film from showing them with full-frontal nudity. Ivory, whose original screenplay contained nudity, was dismayed by the decision. He criticized what he saw as an "American" attitude, saying, "Nobody seems to care that much or be shocked about a totally naked woman. It's the men. " Guadagnino picked actors based on their performances and chemistry rather than on their sexuality. He said, "The idea that you have to cast only someone who has a certain set of skills, and worse, a certain gender identity in any role: that's oppressive to me. " Production design and costume [ ] The main location set for the Perlmans' residence was , an uninhabited 17th-century mansion in. Guadagnino wanted to buy the house but could not afford it, so he made a film there instead. A landscape designer was hired to construct an orchard in the mansion's garden. A pergola was built on the patio, and apricot and peach trees were placed in the garden. Guadagnino did not want the film to be a and tried to resist making a film that would reflect "our idea of the 80s". His goal was an accurate recreation of the period that was invisible to the viewer. " The crew, including production designer Samuel Deshors and first-time set decorator , decorated the house with furniture and objects inspired by the characters. Much of the furniture, including dishes and glassware from the 1950s, belonged to Guadagnino and di Modrone's parents. Di Modrone said, "That made it cozy and personal... I wanted to give it the sense of time passing by". Many paintings, maps, and mirrors influenced by came from an antiques shop in Milan. The books seen in the background were all published before 1982. The swimming pool used in the film was based on a watering trough common in the area. The filmmakers set up faded political billboards in public places to reflect the and re-created a newsstand full of magazines of that time. Residents of Crema helped the production team with their research, inviting them into their homes and providing pictures from the 1980s. Chen Li, the film's graphic designer, created a handwritten typeface for the film's of photocopied images of statues alongside items on Mr. Perlman's desk. Costume designer Giulia Piersanti avoided using period costumes; instead, she wanted to provide "a sense of insouciant adolescent sensuality, summer heat and sexual awakening" to the characters. The costumes, which were influenced by the French films 1983 , 1990 and 1996 , included some pieces made by Piersanti's team. For the Perlmans' wardrobe, Piersanti took inspiration from her parents' photograph albums. For Oliver's "sexy, healthy American" image, Piersanti referred to "some of 's earliest photographs". Oliver's clothes change throughout the film as "he's more able to free himself". Aiming to emphasize Elio's confident style, she chose several costumes and a distinctive, -looking shirt in the final scene. For Elio's other costumes, Piersanti picked some items from her husband's closet, including the polo shirt and T-shirt. Principal photography [ ] Map of in began on May 9, 2016, and in June 2016, lasting around 33 days. The film was shot primarily in Crema and the surrounding. An unusual series of rainstorms coincided with the shooting schedule, with heavy rain on 28 of the shooting days. Scenes set in the nearby villages and Moscazzano were filmed between May 17 and 19, and shooting in Crema began on June 1. Additional outdoor scenes were shot on December 4, 2016. The arch of Torrazzo at and several historical locations in the streets of Crema and Pandino were chosen during production. Businesses requested compensation for financial losses caused by the closure, which was scheduled for May 30 and 31. Two days' filming at the cathedral were postponed due to the rainy weather. Filming also took place in the near and in two small towns near Crema, and. The archaeological discovery scene was filmed at the in on the shores of. The trip to Bergamo was filmed at the exterior of multiple historical buildings, including , the , the courtyard of in Piazza Rosate and the []. The train station scenes were filmed at. Because of security concerns, the production team was only granted permission to film at the in for half an hour. Before and during filming, the actors lived in Crema and were able to experience small-town life. Guadagnino engaged with the cast and filmmakers and often cooked for them and showed films at his house. Hammer and Chalamet, who did not have to do a screen test together, met for the first time during production in Crema. Before filming began, they spent a month together, watching TV and going to local restaurants. "We'd hang out with each other all the time, because we were pretty much the only Americans there, and we were able to defend one another and really get to know one another," Chalamet said. During the first two days of production, Guadagnino read the script with the cast. The first scene that Hammer and Chalamet rehearsed was the kissing scene, and they spent several days filming nude. "I've never been so intimately involved with a director before. Luca was able to look at me and completely undress me," Hammer said. Selected filming locations• The Station of Guadagnino shot the film in chronological order, which allowed the filmmakers to "witness the onscreen maturity of both protagonist and actor", according to Fasano. The scene in which Mr. Perlman delivers an emotional speech to Elio was filmed on the penultimate day of filming. Stuhlbarg spent months preparing for the scene, which Guadagnino wanted to make "as simple as possible" by shooting fewer and "let[ting] the actors be. " The scene took three takes to film and Stuhlbarg was "on three different levels of getting emotional". Garrel enjoyed filming her sex scene with Chalamet, which she described as filled with "joy and simplicity". Chalamet was listening to "Visions of Gideon", one of the original songs written by Sufjan Stevens for the film, in an earpiece while filming the final sequence; the director asked him to perform three variations of the scene, one per take. The camera was set in the fireplace with nobody behind it. "It was bit of an acting experiment," Chalamet said. During this scene, the title of the film was shown for the first time, rather than in the opening sequence. At the Piazza Vittorio Emanuele, a memorial to the victims of in Pandino, the filmmakers laid a long to film the scene where Elio tells Oliver of his feelings for him in a single. This provided the flexibility and "flow of emotion" a cut scene could not. During the dancing sequence, Hammer had to perform to a in front of 50 off-camera extras with the music turned down so the dialogue could be recorded. In preparation for the scene, Guadagnino arranged for Hammer to practice with a dance coach. Hammer said that it was "the worst scene" he had ever filmed. Choreographer Paolo Rocchi, who was contacted by the Frenesy Film Company in June 2016, described the routine as "awkward and realistic". Rosenman considered the scene one of the most emotional moments; he said "It embodied and encapsulated, for me, what teenage love is all about, what desire is all about. " , who had previously collaborated with Guadagnino on Ferdinando Cito Filomarino's Antonia 2015 , served as the. He had read Aciman's novel before receiving the script and walked around filming locations to "get a feeling for everything... to see the color, to see how the light changed during the day, and input it into my data". Mukdeeprom had to use artificial lighting to capture the Northern Italian summer atmosphere, compensating for heavy rains that lasted throughout the shoot. While filming the confrontation scene between Oliver and Elio, Mukdeeprom cried in a corner of the room after they finished the first take, overwhelmed by a feeling of profound empathy for the actors. The film was shot using celluloid film and a single lens, a decision influenced by the work of to "solidif[y] the point of view" and make "the tension of the performance come off the screen"—even if it meant increasing the production budget above the cost of shooting in digital. Guadagnino praised Jean-Pierre Laforce, the film's and , for his "wonderful" and "pivotal" contributions. Guadagnino, who had previously worked with Laforce on A Bigger Splash, said he was "able to create a sort of Cathedral of sound without overwhelming the movie. " Post-production [ ] Fasano collaborated with Guadagnino during the post-production. They had worked together for 25 years since Guadagnino's debut feature 1999. Fasano described working with Guadagnino as "atypical [and] very demanding, but it's a great experience. " Post-production took only a month, between June and July —the fastest they had ever edited. Their first cut of the film ran three hours and 20 minutes long. Fasano described it as his favorite saying it made him "lose [him]self in the story and the images. " The final cut lasts two hours and 10 minutes with a of 1:25. Several notable changes were made, or almost made, near the end of post-production. The monologue sequence with Elio's father once had piano playing beneath it. The scene where the two protagonists bike to a courtyard almost failed to make the final cut after one of the producers said it was inconsequential. Hammer revealed that some scenes were digitally altered to fix caused by his short shorts. Guadagnino has discussed several scenes that did not make the final cut. There was a "well-acted" scene where Elio and Oliver were "teasing one another" under a lime tree, which the director felt was "too precious". A scene where Elio's parents make love in the bedroom while Elio and Oliver are kissing under the moonlight in the garden was also cut. The latter scene was shown at a screening in in June 2018, which also included a deleted scene of Elio inviting Oliver to tour the village. Music [ ] contributed three songs to the film's soundtrack. Guadagnino selected the music for Call Me by Your Name himself. He wanted to find an "emotional narrator to the film" through music, in a "less heavy, less present, and more enveloping" way than voice and text. The films 1975 , 1942 , and 1993 inspired him. Guadagnino wanted the film's music to be connected to Elio, a young pianist who enjoys transcribing and adapting piano pieces and uses music to deepen his relationship with Oliver. Music is used in the film to reflect the period setting, the characters' family life and their level of education, and "the kind of they would be a part of". Guadagnino also researched which pop songs had been played frequently on local radio stations that summer. Impressed by the lyricism of American songwriter , Guadagnino asked him to record an original song for Call Me by Your Name and to narrate the film from the perspective of Elio at an older age. Stevens declined the voiceover role but contributed three songs to the soundtrack: "", "", and a remix by of his song "" from 2010. Stevens was inspired by the film's script, the novel and conversations with Guadagnino about the characters. He submitted the songs a few days before filming began. Surprised by the result, Guadagnino listened to them on-set with the actors and editor Walter Fasano. The project marked the first time Stevens had written songs explicitly for a feature-film soundtrack. was released in digital formats by and Sony Classical on November 3, 2017, and in physical formats on November 17, 2017. It features songs by: Stevens, , , , , , , and , as well as music by , , , , and. As of February 1, 2018, the soundtrack has sold 9,000 copies and had 29 million on-demand audio streams of its tracks in the United States, according to. Release [ ] Call Me by Your Name had its world premiere on January 22, 2017, at the. had acquired U. The deal was negotiated by WME Global and UTA Independent Film Group. International distribution rights were purchased by Memento Films International, a French company that showed the promo reel at the in November 2016. The film was screened at the on February 13, 2017; the on September 7, 2017; and the on October 3, 2017. At the , it was originally scheduled for April 2018, but was removed from the official program with no explanation; Patrick Brzeski of wrote that the decision reflected the government's "consistent stance of intolerance toward gay content". That year, the film was honored at the Crema Film Festival: Aciman met the public on June 23, and Garrel joined the screening at the Crema Cathedral on June 30. It expanded from four to thirty locations in the U. on December 15, 2017, then to 114 theaters on December 22. It screened in 174 theaters in January 2018, before going into in 815 theaters a few days before the Oscar nomination announcement ceremony on January 19, 2018. On Oscars weekend, the film screened in 914 theaters, its widest release in the U. released the film in Italy on January 25, 2018. Special screenings and a public meet-and-greet with Guadagnino, Hammer and Chalamet took place in Crema between January 27 and 30. The film opened in Brazil on January 18 and in France on February 28. In March 2018, a distributor in Tunisia reported that the had banned the film as an "attack on liberties" because of its subject matter. In Ireland, it became the longest-running film shown at the in early June 2018, after a 30-week run. In the Philippines, the film was screened accompanied by a live performance of its soundtrack by the on October 28. Marketing [ ] Sony Pictures Classics released an official poster for Call Me by Your Name on July 27, 2017. The first theatrical trailer was released on August 1, 2017. On October 11, 2017, Sony Pictures Classics released a teaser titled "Dance Party" to celebrate. The 42-second clip, consisting of a single take of Hammer and Chalamet dancing to "Love My Way" in a bar, became a meme on Twitter. Because of its use in the clip, "Love My Way" gained popularity on music-streaming websites. In the week ending November 30, 2017, the song collected 177,000 on-demand streams, its biggest streaming week in the U. Reaction to the advertisement on social media was somewhat negative, largely because of Sony Pictures' misleading use of an image of Chalamet and Garrel instead of a focus on the protagonists' relationship. Daniel Megarry of described it as "an attempt to '' the movie's predominant same-sex romance". Benjamin Lee of The Guardian called the ad a "disastrous attempt to push Oscar-buzzed Call Me by Your Name as a straight love story", and said the advert "belies an industry awkwardly denying ". Sony Pictures Classics later aired several commercial spots to promote the film during its U. -wide expansion on January 19, 2018. To promote the film in South Korea, Sony Pictures released several never-before-seen set photos and pastel promotional posters illustrated by Son Eunkyoung in March 2018. Home media [ ] A pirated copy of an DVD of Call Me by Your Name, along with copies of and fellow Oscar nominees and , were leaked onto file-sharing websites by the hacker group Hive-CM8 on December 24, 2017. The film was officially released for on February 27, 2018. In the United Kingdom, the DVD charted at number seven and the Blu-ray at number four on Top 100 sales for both formats. 4 million. The film was Sony Pictures Classics' third-highest-grossing release of 2017. In the United States, Call Me by Your Name began its limited run on November 24, 2017, at and in New York City, and the and in Los Angeles. It was the highest average of 2017—the biggest since the opening of the previous December —and had the best per-screen opening for a gay romance film since 2005. 4 million from 815 theaters, an under-performance compared to "some of its competition with similar theater counts," according to. 3 million. However, the online reported that the film had experienced a 56 percent increase in ticket sales through its service since its Best Picture nomination was announced. Regarding the film's "lagging" box-office performance, Tom Brueggemann of commented that Sony Picture Classic "has done an able job so far", and said "at some point the film and the reaction to it is something no distributor can overcome". It attracted 17,152 viewers in France on its first day of screening, with an "excellent" per-theater average of 184 entries. It went on to attract 108,500 viewers in the opening weekend, earning 1,167 viewings—the second-best average that week —and 238,124 viewers in its third weekend. Critical response [ ] At its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, Call Me by Your Name received a standing ovation. When it screened at as part of the New York Film Festival, it received a ten-minute ovation, the longest in the festival's history. " It was the best-reviewed limited release and the second-best-reviewed romance film, of 2017 on the site. On , the film has an average weighted score of 93 out of 100, based on 53 critics, indicating "universal acclaim". It was the year's fifth-best rated film on Metacritic. Guadagnino's direction was particularly praised by critics. Writing for The Hollywood Reporter, Boyd van Hoeij described Call Me by Your Name as an "extremely sensual... intimate and piercingly honest" adaptation of Aciman's novel and called Chalamet's performance "the true breakout of the film". Peter Debruge of believed the film "advances the canon of gay cinema" by portraying "a story of first love... that transcends the same-sex dynamic of its central couple". He compared Guadagnino's "sensual" direction with the films of and , and put Call Me by Your Name "on par with the best of their work". David Ehrlich of IndieWire also praised Guadagnino's directing, which he said helped the film "match the artistry and empathy" of 2015 and 2016. Sam Adams of the wrote that Stuhlbarg's performance "puts a frame around the movie's painting and opens up avenues we may not have thought to explore", and called it "one of his finest" to date. He extolled the film as one of "many movies that have so successfully appealed to both the intellectual and the erotic since the heydays of and ". of gave the film three-and-a-half stars, commended the director for "broaden[ing] his embrace of humanity while hitting new heights of cinematic bliss" and said that the film "may be a fantasy but it's one that's lovely and wise. " David Morgan of praised the cinematography, production design and costuming for "making a summer in the 1980s palpably alive again. " He found Stuhlbarg's character "the most forward-thinking parent in movie history". wrote that Guadagnino's adaptation "was made with real love, with good intentions, with a clarity of heart and purposeful, unpretentious intellect" and hailed it as a "modern gay classic" in his review. 's was pleased by the "wonderfully paradoxical" visual interests from the director and said Stevens's songs "work like magic on your sympathies regarding Elio's emotional awakening. " He praised Hammer's performance as "some of the most easy-breathing and relaxed best work of his career. " noted the tension "between pain and pleasure" in the film and praised Chalamet, saying that he "evokes so many shades of humanity, portraying a path of youthful self-discovery that is more raw, unhinged, and ultimately honest than many actors could manage". of , who gave the film two-and-a-half stars, also enjoyed Chalamet's effort in capturing "first love and its inevitable heartbreak" and said the "multilingual, almost-pre-AIDS idyll does not stretch credulity... but it can try the patience". Ken Eisner of said that "Guadagnino's lyrical excesses... can alternate wildly between the poetically incisive and the indulgently preposterous. " In a negative review, Kyle Turner of wrote, "The details of the film are too small for anyone, perhaps particularly a queer person, to see," a visual distance that "suggests that the film, in the beginning, is as terrified as Elio initially is. It never gets over that hesitation. " of called the movie "craven commercialism" and a "super-bourgeois fantasy" that "exploit[s] the queer audience's romantic needs by packaging them and falsifying them. " Luke Y. Thompson of criticized its length and called it an "excruciatingly boring travelogue". Accolades [ ] Main article: The and the selected Call Me by Your Name as one of the top 10 films of the year. At the , it was nominated for , Chalamet , "Mystery of Love" , and , winning the latter. Chalamet became the youngest Best Actor nominee , and Ivory became in any competitive category. The film received four nominations at the , including and , and won for Ivory. At the , it was nominated for , for Chalamet and for Hammer. The film received eight nominations at the ; Ivory won. The film led the with six nominations, winning for Chalamet and for Mukdeeprom. At the , Chalamet received a nomination for. The film won the at its. In Italy, Fasano won Best Editing at the and. The National Board of Review, the and the each awarded Chalamet with their Breakout Actor Awards. In a series of articles regarding the best of the , IndieWire ranked Call Me by Your Name as the 18th best film of the decade and Chalamet's performance as the 39th best acting performance. ranked the film as the 23rd best of the decade, ranked it 40th and ranked it 47th. Possible sequel [ ] See also: Guadagnino has deliberated over the idea of a sequel since the film's premiere at Sundance, when he said he realized the characters "could go beyond the boundaries of the film. " In October 2017, he said he hoped to make a sequel in 2020 that might be in the style of 's series, telling the story of Oliver and Elio as they age. In the novel, Elio and Oliver reunite 15 years later when Oliver is married. Guadagnino said that in the sequel, "I don't think Elio is necessarily going to become a gay man. He hasn't found his place yet... I believe that he would start an intense relationship with Marzia again. " Guadagnino has expressed interest in the politics of the 1990s, saying, "It is the time of the and the start of the new world order and so-called '' that established then... the beginning of the era in Italy and it would mean dealing with the [first ] of Iraq. " In November 2017, Guadagnino shared his intention to make a series of five films, in which the audience could "see those actors grow older, embodying those characters. " A month later, he was reported to have begun writing a script for a sequel that would reveal more about Oliver and resemble 's. Hammer and Chalamet have expressed interest in appearing in a sequel, but Ivory appears to be dismissive, saying about the idea of sequels, "that's fine, good. But I don't know how they're going to get a 40-year-old [Chalamet]! " In January 2018, Guadagnino revealed the sequel will be set "right after the fall of and that great shift that was ", and that the first scene in the film could depict Elio watching 's 1988 —the first French film to deal with AIDS—in a movie theater. In March 2018, Guadagnino confirmed he will work with Aciman on the sequel, which will take place "five or six years afterwards" with "a different tone" than the first film. He also said that Hammer and Chalamet will reprise their roles with a different backdrop, where they "go around the world". Hammer said he was pitched the script by Guadagnino, saying: "it's not a finished script, but he's got all the ideas for it". In April 2018, Aciman said in an interview for that he and Guadagnino were "not sure" about the sequel, saying "[Guadagnino] has quite a few projects in line and so do I. So we are flirting with each other about the sequel but I don't know if we are very serious. " In July 2018, Stuhlbarg said that Guadagnino and Aciman were excited about the project and that the director was "serious" about it. He expressed enthusiasm to reprise his role in the sequel, saying "I think it would have to be some kind of unique thing from what it was, but I would absolutely be game for trying. " Two months later, Hammer said of the sequel in an interview for Variety: "It will happen because there are already people working on it and trying to make it happen. " In an interview for in October 2018, Chalamet compared the sequel to 's 2014 and said that Hammer, Aciman and Guadagnino were all intended to return for the next film. That same month, Guadagnino revealed that he has asked , a frequent collaborator of his, to play Oliver's wife in the sequel. He described her character as "a New England kind of woman" who might also have children with Oliver. He said that the film would be "a new chapter in a chronicle" about the characters, rather than a sequel, and it might take some time to develop due to the busy schedule, saying "I have not been able to luxuriate in anything but the promotion of... I didn't have space of mind and the real, actual time to put ideas on the table and think of things. " "The only problem is the title," he said; "It cannot be Call Me by Your Name Two". At the in October, Hammer said that Guadagnino had laid out a potential plot for the sequel and it might be a few years away, saying "[Guadagnino] wants to wait so that we age a bit more so that gap makes sense, kind of like a Linklater thing. " In an interview with in November, the director said about the sequel, "It's a delicate flower that is blooming very slowly. And so I think it's not the time to collect it and put it into a vase. " In November 2018, Ivory confirmed that he wouldn't return for the sequel and said that Aciman thought "it was not a good idea". Less than a week later, Aciman, however, said he was in fact writing a sequel to Call Me by Your Name. The novel, titled , was officially confirmed on March 20, 2019 and was released on October 29 by. Also in March 2019, Hammer revealed that the film isn't formally in the works, and he hasn't had explicit conversations with either Chalamet or Guadagnino about it. He also felt the potential sequel might not match the expectation, saying "It felt like a really perfect storm of so many things, that if we do make a second one, I think we're setting ourselves up for disappointment. I don't know that anything will match up to the first... I'm like, 'That was such a special thing, why don't we just leave it alone? '" In March 2020, Guadagnino confirmed a sequel film in an interview with Italian newspaper. 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珍しい日本人の名字ランキング! まずはさんにて紹介されている珍しい名字ランキングをご紹介します。 その後、筆者がまとめた、私が全く読めなかった名字や超かっこいいと感じた名字一覧もごらんください。 日本の名字は珍しいものだけでもかなりの種類があります。 そこでまずは激レアな名字から見ていきたいと思います。 なるべく世帯数の少ない名字を一覧にしてみましたのでご覧ください。 日本人の珍しい名字ランキング しっかりとランキング形式でトップ10を作りたかったのですが、あまりに珍しい名字が相当数あるようなので、筆者である程度厳選いたしました。 各名字それぞれ全国で約10人ということは5世帯以下の可能性が高いので非常に激レアな名字といえますね。 では次は筆者が名字を調べていてこれはユニークと感じた珍しい名字を一覧にしてみましたのでごらんください。 筆者が珍しいと感じた名字一覧 名字 読み方 人数 微笑 びしょう 約20人 醤油 しょうゆ 約20人 烏賊 いか 約20人 鱧 はも 約10人 鯖 さば 約10人 阿母 あぼ 約10人 田母野 たもの 約10人 母理 ぼり 約10人 母子泊 ぼしどまり 約10人 志母木 へぼき 約20人 回り道 まわりみち 約20人 『回り道』という名字は実際にあるそうです。 最初はさすがにネタじゃないの?と思ったのですが、実在されるそうです。 珍しいですねー。 名字というと基本的に漢字のみと思っていましたが、ひらがなが入る名字もあるのですね。 『母』のつく名字も珍しいものが沢山あります。 かなりレアですねー。 筆者が全く読めなかった名字一覧 ここではなかなか読むのが難しい名字をいくつか一覧にしてみました。 有名なのに珍しい名字から、あまり知られていない名字までチェックしてみましょう。 名字 読み方 人数 小鳥遊 たなかし 約30人 毛受 めんじょ 約1200人 凸守 てごもり 調査中 無量塔 むらた 調査中 勘解由小路 かでのこうじ 約10人 五百旗頭 いおきべ 約190人• 『小鳥遊』(たかなし)は有名ですよね。 小鳥の天敵である鷹がいないことで小鳥が遊べるという意味で小鳥遊のような由来ですよね。 『毛受』(めんじょ)は愛知県の地名でもありました。 愛知県には『水主町』(かこまち)や主税町(ちからまち)といった通常まったく読めない地名もあります。 主税(ちから)といえば、名字ではなく名前の方では将棋のプロ棋士で阿久津主税(あくつ・ちから)さんがいらっしゃいます。 凸守(てごもり)無量塔(むらた)はちょっと実在していらっしゃるかどうかはまだはっきりとしていません。 ありそうな気もしますが、調査中です。 勘解由小路(かでのこうじ)は知る人ぞ知っている名字です。 お恥ずかしながら藤原氏系の日本の古い氏族の名前だったようです。 いわれてみれば聞いたような気が。 勘解由小路はキーボードの変換で普通に出てきましたから有名な名字のようです。 いろいろなご意見があるでしょうが、まあでもかっこいいわけですよ。 個人的には『蘭』(あららぎ)が好きです。 『獅子王』とか『七々扇』『風神』なんかもなんか強そうでかっこいいと思います。 『無敵』さんは最強の名字ですよね。 超ラッキー体質で、さらに出世しそうな気がします。 楪(ゆずりは)という名字では、ひょっとしたらあなたもご存知かも知れませんがフリーアナウンサーの楪望(ゆずりは・のぞみ)さんという方がいらっしゃいます。 全国で約10人程度実在するといわれている超レアな小路姓です。 名字 読み方 人数 櫻小路 さくらこうじ 約10人 白小路 しろこうじ 約10人 芝小路 しばこうじ・しばこじ 約10人 信濃小路 しなのこうじ 約10人 田小路 たこうじ・たしょうじ 約10人 谷小路 たにしょうじ 約10人 油小路 あぶらこうじ・あぶらのこうじ 約10人 前小路 まえこうじ・まえしょうじ 約10人 月小路 つきこうじ 約10人 竹小路 たけこうじ・たけしょうじ・たけのこうじ 約10人 身近にいそうで意外にいらっしゃらない珍しい名字ですね。 ちなみに『小路』というシンプルな名字が小路姓のなかでは実はダントツで全国で7,500人くらいはいらっしゃるそうです。 まだまだ他にも沢山の小路姓が存在しており掲載するのが大変です。 榮倉奈々さん 女優の榮倉奈々さん。 『榮倉』という名字の世帯は榮倉奈々さんの家系だけといわれています。 名字由来netさんでも調査中となっている珍しい名字だそうです。 綾瀬はるかさんの本名の名字は蓼丸 綾瀬はるかさんの本名は『蓼丸綾』(たでまる・あや)というそうです。 広島に少数確認されているそうで、非常に珍しい名字だそうです。 漫才師 銀シャリの鰻さん 漫才師『銀シャリ』の鰻さん(画像左)。 鰻和弘(うなぎ・かずひろ)さんの名字は本名です。 名字の読みはそのまま鰻(うなぎ)だそうです。 これも珍しですよねー。 鰻さんいわく鰻姓は日本で7名程度だそうです。 鰻家の恐怖のエピソード!? 鰻さんの家系では鰻を食べないという伝統があるようです。 鰻さんの話によると、鰻家で過去に鰻を食べた人は二人いたそうですが、いずれも7日後あたりに原因不明の心臓の病気で亡くなったという逸話があるそうです。 そういったこともあり、鰻さんは鰻を食べないそうです。 しかも面白いのが、鰻を食べると不幸が起きるのは鰻家直系だけだそうです。 つまり鰻さんのお母さんは鰻を食べるようです(笑) そんな鰻和弘さんですが、鰻さんは鰻の変わりしぶしぶアナゴを食べるんだとか。 たしかに不幸があったと聞くと、ちょっと食べたくはなくなりますよね。 まとめ• 日本には珍しい名字があまりに沢山実在している。 名字には自然、季節などに由来したものが多い。 小路が付く名字が思いのほかレアなものが多かった。 芸能人でも非常に珍し名字の人がいた。 いかがでしたでしょうか。 珍しい名字をランキングにすることはなかなか難しく一覧になってしまいました。 しかし珍しい名字は非常に沢山あります。 まだまだ紹介しきれない名字もいっぱいありました。 しかし鰻さんの家系では直系は鰻を食べないというのは面白いエピソードでしたね。 いろいろな名字をご覧いただきましたが、しかし本当に日本人の名字というものは奥深いものだなーとつくづく感じました。 関連記事:.

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