83 Japanese Flower Names That Are Perfectly Pretty

Hemant Oswal
Feb 19, 2024 By Hemant Oswal
Originally Published on Jun 07, 2022
If you love sincerity showcased throughout the cosmos, then these Japanese flower names will surely intrigue you.
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Age: 0-99
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The Sakura cherry blossoms are regarded as the national flower of Japan and are also considered the representative flower of Japan.

Japanese flowers are often used to represent feelings of good news, glad tidings, elegance, faithfulness, pure heart, humility, discretion, brief love, sincerity, and long-lasting love. To show such emotions, some of the popular flowers in Japan are Japanese cherry blossom, red tulip, red rose, primula sieboldii, tsubaki camellia, and sumire violet.

Flowers in Japan represent a bond of love, pure heart, nd the beauty of the heart. Read on for different Japanese flowers that bloom in summer gardens.

Japanese Flower Names For Girls

Japanese flowers and their names have a great significance in Japanese culture. Some of the popular Japanese flowers are Sakura cherry blossom, kinmokusei orange osmanthus, Sakurasou primula sieboldii, Ume Japanese apricot, orange osmanthus, and tsubaki camellia.

Ajisai (Japanese origin) means ‘apologies and gratitude’. These Japanese flowers are integral to Japanese culture.

Akaibara (Japanese origin), meaning ‘romance’, are the red roses that are called Akaibara in Japanese. Red rose is as famous as the name itself in Japan.

Akaichurippu (Japanese origin), meaning ‘long lasting love’, are the red tulips. These Japanese flowers are integral to Japanese culture.

Alyssa (Greek origin), meaning ‘flower to cure skin diseases’, is derived from the flower called alyssum.

Asagao (Japanese origin), means ‘bond of love’. A popular flower like chrysanthemum is common in the gardens.

Blossom (English origin) means ‘flower’. A popular flower name like a tulip, lavender, lotus, or kinmokusei.

Bryony (Greek origin) means ‘to swell’. The name was quite popular in the 18th century.

Calanthe (Greek origin), meaning ‘beautiful flower’, is a type of orchid and as the name says, it is a beautiful name for your girl.

Calla (Greek origin), meaning ‘beauty’, are funnel-shaped lily flower plants that are common throughout Japan.

Camellia (Latin origin) means ‘Kamel’s flower’. This lovely, generally pink bloom resembles a rose bloom in appearance.

Cassia (English origin) means ‘golden shower tree’. The cassia tree, often known as the golden shower tree, produces bright yellow blossoms.

Chamomile (Greek origin) means ‘earth apple’. A popular plant like a cherry blossom.

Clover (English origin) means ‘three-leaf flower’. These small three-leaf blooms can be found on a slope or in the grass, .

Cynthia (Greek origin), meaning ‘another name for the Greek goddess of moon’, is a beautiful and aesthetic name.

Daffodil (Dutch origin) means ‘a flower', and is also popular flower.

Daisy (English origin), meaning ‘day eye’, became popular as a baby name in the 19th century.

Flora (Latin origin), meaning ‘flower’, is a common girl's name in Europe.

Freesia (German / Latin), meaning ‘a South African flower’, is available in a variety of hues.

Hazel (English origin) means ‘god sees’. If you think your daughter might inherit hazel eyes, you could name her Hazel.

Himawari (Japanese origin), meaning ‘adoration’, is a perfect name for an adorable girl.

Kaneshon (Japanese origin), meaning ‘love’, are carnations. In Japan and around the world, carnations are a sign of love.

Kinmokusei (Japanese origin) means ‘truth and noble person’. The orange osmanthus bloom, a vivid and bushy bloom.

Momo (Japanese origin) means ‘fascinating personality’. The brilliant pink flowers of this edible plant are as light as a feather.

Rabenda (Japanese origin) means ‘faithful’. Lavender is a purple flower with a white border.

Sakura (Japanese origin), meaning ‘accomplishment’, are the beautiful cherry blossoms. Because cherry blossoms are Japan's national flower, they are inextricably linked to the country's image.

Sakurasou (Japanese origin), meaning ‘desire’, resembles Sakura, which is a flowering cherry tree. Hnec, this flower is named sakurasou.

Shobu (Japanese origin) means ‘good news’. This Japanese iris is said to bring good fortune.

Sumire (Japanese origin), meaning ‘sincerity and smal bliss’, is produced by little bushes that grow along walls or in gardens.

Tsubaki (Japanese origin) means ‘humility’. These Japanese flowers are integral to Japanese culture.

Ume (Japanese origin), meaning ‘elegant’, is a great name just like Japanese apricot flower. The popular flower reflects the beauty of heart.

Japanese Flower Names For Boys

Some popular Japanese flower names are sumire violet, kaneshon carnation, kosumosu cosmos, kiku chrysanthemum, and ajisai hydrangea. Here is the name list for all those parents who want the best name for their child based on plants.

Haruto (Japanese origin), meaning ‘positive’, has a bright and vibrant feel to its name.

Hayami (Japanese origin), meaning 'rare beauty, is a unique Japanese baby name.

Himari (Japanese origin), meaning 'ball of light', is a charming name that is gaining fame in Japan.

Himawari (Japanese origin) means ‘good hollyhock'. The name is quite popular.

Hina (Japanese origin), meaning ‘edible greens’, is a cute name relating to edible greens.

Hiroto (Japanese origin), meaning ‘great journey’, is a very good name in order to wish luck for having a great journey in his life.

Ichika (Japanese origin), meaning 'one summer', is a modern Japanese baby name.

Minato (Japanese origin), meaning ‘harbor’, is a popular flower name in Japan.

Niko (Japanese origin), meaning 'gem-like quality', has feminine and masculine appeal to its Japanese name.

Ren (Japanese origin), meaning ‘lotus’, is a popular name.

Sakura (Japanese origin), meaning ‘cherry blossom’, is used to describe the cherry blossoms season.

Takara (Japanese origin) means 'treasurer'. This extraordinary Japanese child name is ascending in prevalence with youthful guardians.

Yoto (Japanese origin), meaning ‘all seeing', is a sweet short name for children.

Yua (Japanese origin), meaning ‘connected love', is also one of the Japanese girl names flower that you will love.

Yuma (Japanese origin), meaning ‘calm truth’, is one of the popular Japanese flower tree names.

Cherry blossom is one of the popular plants from Japan.

Japanese Names That Mean Flower

During summer, you will see gardens full of colorful flowers, includingyellow, violet, and lavender. The flowers like apricot, kosumosu cosmos, hydrangea, carnation, chrysanthemum, tulip, lotus, and rose are common. Here are some Japanese names that mean flower.

Ayame (Japanese origin), meaning 'iris, refers to the famous purple flower.

Hana  (Japanese origin), meaning 'flower', is a simple name that shows elegance and faithfulness.

Hanae  (Japanese origin), meaning 'flower', is another beautiful and simple name for your child.

Hanako (Japanese origin), meaning 'flower', is a beautiful flowery name for your beloved one.

Haruka (Japanese origin), meaning'distant' or 'remote', is a very beautiful name referring to flowers and fragrances.

Hinata (Japanese origin) means 'sunny place'. You might choose this Japanese name for a baby girl born in the summer.

Honoka (Japanese origin), meaning 'harmony' and 'flower', is a very good name for your child who is just as delicate and beautiful as a flower.

Kasumi (Japanese origin), meaning 'mist’, can be given to a gentle and pure soul.

Kiku (Japanese origin), meaning 'chrysanthemum', also refers to a flower and is a beautiful name.

Mio (Japanese origin), meaning 'beautiful and cherry blossom', is a short, sweet, and a beautiful name for your child.

Misaki (Japanese origin), meaning 'blossom', is another beautiful name that means flower.

Sayuri (Japanese origin), meaning 'small lily', is a Japanese name for a small lily.

Shion (Japanese origin), meaning 'aster', can be given to someone who is good at singing and is beautiful.

Yuka (Japanese origin), meaning 'flower' or 'gentleness', is best if you feel your child is gentle and helping.

Yume (Japanese origin), meaning 'dream' or 'vision', is a beautiful and sweet name for a child.

Female Japanese Names Meaning Water Flower

The beauty of water flowers cannot be ignored. They play a major part in nature's beauty. choosing a name that means water flower will be something very unique and beautiful for your child. Here is a list of all names which mean water flower.

Anna (Japanese origin), meaning 'eternal love or brief love', is quite a common name not only in Japan but also in other parts of the world.

Doremi (Japanese origin) means 'waterway or channel'. The other meanings for the name are 'beautiful' and 'pitiful'.

Eimi (Japanese origin), meaning 'sea, ocean or water', is among the most beautiful names in Japan.

Erena (Japanese origin) meaning 'water route', is one of the most popular Japanese names.

Hayase (Japanese origin) means 'waterfall'. The name and meaning are lovely enough for your baby.

Karen (Japanese origin), meaning 'water lily', is a beautiful nam for a beautiful child.

Kazemi (Japanese origin) meaning 'wind or water', is a gentle name to be given to your little girl.

Kimi (Japanese origin), meaning 'beautiful or water', is a joyful and short name that can be used for your child.

Kua (Japanese origin), meaning 'water', is influenced by the Latin word aqua.

Mihiro (Japanese origin) means 'water or stream'. Any parent can undoubtedly go for this wonderful name for their kid.

Minamoto (Japanese origin), meaning 'fountainhead', can be the perfect fit for your sweet baby.

Mondo (Japanese origin), meaning 'water or lord', sounds so fancy that you will love this name.

Ran (Japanese origin), meaning 'water lily', is a beautiful name that is related to lily or water flower.

Japanese Last Names That Mean Storm Flower

Since the dawn of time, people have revered thunder and storms. Thus, get ready to have lightning and thundering of beautiful last names.

Indira (Hindu origin), meaning 'god of thunderstorms', is a popular Hindu name used in India.

Nariko (Japanese origin), meaning 'thunder', comes under one of the famous Japanese thunder names.

Rai (Japanese origin), meaning 'thunder or lightning', is a highly frequent name in Japanese naming customs.

Raiden (Japanese origin), meaning 'god of thunder’, is a popular, catchy name taken from the Japanese Thunder god.

Raijin (Japanese origin), meaning 'god of thunder and storm', is a unique name for your child.

Sea'iqa (Arabic origin), meaning 'a bolt of thunder', is a good name for a child.

Sorine (Danish origin), meaning 'the god of thunder', is a sweet name with Danish origin.

Tama (Japanese origin), meaning 'globe or world', is the perfect name for your child who is your whole world.

Thor (Old Norse origin), meaning 'Norse god of thunder', is a famous character name from Avengers and is also derived from Norse mythology.

Thora (Old Norse origin), meaning 'Norse god of thunder', is a famous character name from Avengers and is also derived from Norse mythology. This is the female version of Thor.

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Written by Hemant Oswal

Bachelor of Commerce, Master's degree specializing in Marketing

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Hemant OswalBachelor of Commerce, Master's degree specializing in Marketing

With global experience in marketing and business development, Hemant is a seasoned professional with a unique perspective. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Commerce from the University of Delhi and a Master's degree in Marketing from The University of Adelaide in Australia. Hemant's work in China, Hong Kong, and Dubai has honed his skills and provided valuable experience. He broadens his understanding of the world through reading non-fiction books and watching documentaries.

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