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What does Hoshi Gasaki mean? 2018/1/29 11:16
What does Hoshi Gasaki mean?
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Re: What does Hoshi Gasaki mean? 2018/1/29 18:07
Depends...

What's the KANJI?

There's a castle called
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Re: What does Hoshi Gasaki mean? 2018/1/30 20:40
Where is the source of origin?
Just heard like that?

Can you upload a image file if can not input or pate that Japanese here?
https://imgur.com/
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Re: What does Hoshi Gasaki mean? 2018/1/30 21:22
That would be Hoshi hgah saki (I donft know what it would be).

ghoshih is , that is star(s),
and "ga KororPor" is a classical particle, which means gno ́h in modern Japaneseg, that is in English gofh,
and saki or means gpoint of landh or gpromontoryh,
therefore in cnclusion,
I suppose that ghoshi ga sakih means a gpoint of star(s)h, gpoint of land of star(s)h, gpromontory of star(s)h.
As I donft know the geographical reality of the place, I donft know the reason.

But, this, AgaB in Japanese, BofA in English, was and is very common in denomination of places.
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