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Yuuto Kigai is the name of one of the angels in the manga X.
Ayaka Maeda  8/1/2009
I know a kid with this name, and subs have said Utah, U2, etc. At least it's not as hard as Caoimhe.
― Anonymous User  5/20/2014
Kidou Yuuto is a character in Inazuma Eleven.
― Anonymous User  9/6/2014
Can also be written as 雄斗 ("male" and "measure of volume roughly equivalent to 18 litres").
Aurelien  2/23/2015
This name sounds strong and masculine to me. While I agree that U2 and Utah references could be made, I think that pronounced "YOO-toh" it's a strong name.
RoseTintsMyWorld  5/17/2016
Yūto Tsukuda, is a Japanese author known for being the creator of the Japanese anime comedy series "Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma".
cutenose  12/30/2016
Yuuto can also be written as 優 (yuu) meaning "excellence" combined with 人 (to) meaning "person", normally 優 doesn't mean "gentleness, lithe, superior", that's the Chinese meaning of the kanji! According to, it shows that Chinese use the kanji 優 meaning "gentleness, lithe, superior" and in Japan I never heard of it meaning that, I only have heard of it meaning "excellence". Anyways I would say the kanji 優人 is rare, because I only have met a young boy with the name and according to, no one bears the name which means it is possibly rare or modern. [noted -ed]
cutenose  1/20/2017
I know a person, who is my friend, named Yuuto and he uses the kanji 勇人. It is from 勇 (yuu) meaning "courage" and 人 (to) meaning "person". I would say this is the most common spelling of Yuuto in Japan. Also most of the bearers of this name use the kanji. ( this includes a list of bearers who uses this kanji). [noted -ed]
cutenose  1/20/2017
Yuuto is also a female name, it is written as 優 (yuu) meaning "excellence" combined with 斗 (to), which refers to a Chinese constellation or 雄 (yuu) meaning "male" combined with 大 (to) meaning "big, large". (source:
cutenose  1/24/2017
Yūto Uemura is a Japanese actor and voice actor from Saitama Prefecture. He is affiliated with Gekidan Himawari.
cutenose  2/9/2017
Yūto Kazama is a Japanese voice actor most well known for his role in Digimon Adventure, in which he played the character Yamato Ishida, and also Koki from Pokémon. He is also known for voicing Zero, the protagonist of the Megaman Zero games. He is affiliated with Accent.
lilolaf  2/14/2017
Yuto Miyazawa is a Japanese rock musician. Miyazawa was born on February 21, 2000, in Tokyo, Japan and currently lives there with his parents. Miyazawa was named "The Youngest Professional Guitarist" by Guinness Book of World Records in August 2008.
cutenose  2/19/2017
Yuto Nakajima is a Japanese idol, actor, dancer, model, and singer of Hey! Say! JUMP. He played Koji Kiritani in the 2005 Japanese television drama, Nobuta wo Produce. Nakajima joined Johnny's Jr. On March 28, 2004, in his 5th year of elementary school. After joining Johnny's Jr., he began performing together with J.J. Express as one of the five original members along with Kouhei Matsumoto, Takumi Yamashita, Yuta Tamamori, and current Hey! Say! JUMP member, Kei Inoo. In 2005, he made his debut as an actor and had appeared in a couple of dramas including the drama special for 24 Hour Television, and Nobuta wo Produce with two of his agency seniors, Kamenashi Kazuya, and Yamashita Tomohisa. He also appeared in Engine along with current bandmate, Daiki Arioka. He continued his junior work and was cast in the drama Primadam in 2006, and towards the end of the year, he was chosen to be part of Tap Kids, a Johnny's Jr. Group, along with Kanda Noriyuki. In April 2007, he was chosen to be a member of the temporary group, Hey! Say! 7 with four others, and made his CD debut on August 1, with their single "Hey! Say!", which hit number one on the Oricon charts. On September 24 of that same year, during a live television event from the Johnny's Jr's concert in Yokohama Arena, it was announced that the group would debut under a new name, Hey! Say! JUMP, with the five from Hey! Say! 7, plus five others. The debut single was released on November 14, titled Ultra Music Power, and also took first place on the Oricon charts. Nakajima started 2015 with a hit romantic comedy drama Date starring Watanabe Anne and Hasegawa Hiroki. That same month, it was announced that he will star his very first movie, Pink to Gray, a novel adaptation written by his agency's senior and NEWS member Shigeaki Kato. The movie was directed by renowned director Yukisada Isao.
cutenose  2/26/2017
19 baby boys born in the USA (2015) were given Yuto.
lilolaf  3/1/2017

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