23 Japanese Dog Names
  That Wow Everybody!



Welcome to our Japanese dog names special. You got yourself a puppy dog. Great! But you have nooo clue what to name it? 

How about a name from the land of the rising sun, Japan?

How cool would that be!

That’s just what we did.

We started looking at several hundred possible Japanese words. 

And we kept filtering all the way down to the 23 best pet-proof and canine befitting examples.

It has resulted in absolutely fantastic Japanese names for dogs.

We got gems like Kenta, Saki, Shinju and more. Got you curious?

Scroll down and see the list. Your perfect pup name is waiting for you.

Welcome to our Japanese dog names special. 

You got yourself a puppy dog. Great! But you have nooo clue what to name it? 

How about a name from the land of the rising sun, Japan? How cool would that be! That’s just what we did. We started looking at several hundred possible Japanese words. 

And we kept filtering all the way down to the 23 best pet-proof and canine befitting examples.

It has resulted in absolutely fantastic Japanese names for dogs.

We got gems like KentaSakiShinju and more. Got you curious?

Scroll down and see the list. Your perfect pup name is waiting for you.


Ace Top 23 Japanese Dog Names:

1  -Matsu, a lovely short and shout-able example for a cool canine.

2  -Goshi, a more soft-spoken and round one. Would befit a smaller dog breed perfect.

3  -Seki, this one has always been on our pet names list. We had to wait for this special to use it!

4  -Aiko, which actually means love, affection and child. Superb!

5  -Akemi, this wonderful word stands for bright and beautiful. One of our best pet names in this category.

6  -Kiyoshi, how amazing is it to name your pooch pure. In Japanese that is.

7  -Kenta, suitable for the bigger and stronger dog breeds. It stands for healthy and strong.

8  -Michi, if you want a more meaningful name pick this one. It means path.

9  -Miu, wouldn’t you like to call your mongrel "beautiful feather"? We would.

10 -Moriko, we choose this one because it sounds awesome. It is the word for forest child.

11 -Saki, the definition is somewhere between blossom and hope. A very befitting pet name.

12 -Shinju, probable one of the most Japanese sounding words in this list. It stands for pearl.

13 -Namiko, it has no meaning. We picked this one purely for its flow. It sounds great.

14 -Tomomi, wow. This language has so many attractive words. This one is an expression for friend and beautiful.

15 -Yuki, a two syllable short and powerful word. Excellent material for a female puppy.

16 -Masako, is a name that is used a lot in the land of the rising sun. 

17 -Kato, we consider this one the Japanese version of the English Buster or Max dog name.

18 -Yumi. Never minds what it means. It is an overall stunning pet name.

19 -Tabito, is a Japanese boy name. But it would be ideal as a male dog name.

20 -Torai, the only reason we picked this one is phonetic. It just hums super!

21 -Toyoki, a classic example that has all the right vowels and is ideal for a canine.

22 -Keiichi, a Japanese dog names list isn’t complete without word that has two i’s!

23 -Orito, we saved the best for last. Pick this one if you have a very small dog breed, like a Chihuahua.


You just saw 23 Japanese names for dogs. We hope you found the pet name you were looking for.

If you didn't yet, we advise our new pet owners to look at our other pet name topics.

And find your perfect pet name in no time!

Thank you for shopping dog names at Ace.

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