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Congratulations on your pregnancy! Now comes the hard part -- picking out the perfect name for your soon-to-arrive baby boy or girl. If you’re thinking of using a Japanese baby name, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve put together the ultimate guide to Japanese baby boy names and Japanese baby girl names right here at TheBump.com. Almost any Japanese baby name you go with will be unique -- assuming you’re not a far overseas Bumpie residing in Japan, that is. Some unique Japanese baby girl names included in our guide that you might want to think about include Chiciro, Kimika, and Suki. We also have tons of interesting Japanese baby boy names for you to browse through and consider, like Akio, Kaito, and Ren. Click on any name you like to find out more about its meaning, popularity, and trending over time. You can also use our unique baby namer tool to find an even more comprehensive list of baby names. Pick out the Japanese baby names you like best, and our naming tool will suggest other names with the same sound and style that might appeal to you. Then, talk over your ideas with your fellow Bumpies on our community message boards. Good luck!
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