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The most common kanji for "sachi" is the one for "happiness/good luck", but there's another kanji for "sachi" that is a combination of "god/God" and "sheep" (God's sheep?). The kanji for "sachi" ("God's sheep") can also be pronounced "yoshi" or "sho".

You can also separate the "sa" and the "chi" and use different characters...
-a kind of fabric
-joyous (celebration)

-wise/wisdom (there are a couple possible kanji for this)

Note: The kanji for "happiness/good luck" can also be pronounced "yuki" or "miyuki" and is quite common, so you need to check which reading people use for it. (I had a Yukie and a Sachie in the same class once both using the same kanji for their names).

Possibilities with "sachi":
-- abbasdaughter  12/27/2005
In the manga With the Light (which is about a modern Japanese family coping through the challenges of raising an autistic child), the mother's name is Sachiko. Since the character of Sachiko in that manga is an admirable one, I fell in love with the name ever since reading it.
-- Pippin  3/15/2008
I love the meaning of this name. It makes me think of a child laughing. :)
-- -Julia-  8/24/2009
I've always thought it was pronounced sa-shee-ko. I like the SH sound.
-- skymoon  4/23/2016
Sachiko Sugiyama is a volleyball player from Japan, who competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece, wearing the number #12 jersey. There she ended up in fifth place with the Japan women's national team. Sugiyama played as a middle-blocker.
-- cutenose  2/9/2017
Sachiko, Princess Hisa was the second daughter and child of Emperor Shōwa and his wife, Empress Kōjun.
-- cutenose  2/14/2017

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