Talk:Hanaya Yohei

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A couple of problems with the article other than the lack of attribution.

  • It's "Yohei," not "Yoshi."
  • The article uses the word "Hanaya" to refer Yohei, but this is not correct usage, as Hanaya was the name of Yohei's business, not his family name. Since commoners of the day were rarely allowed to use family names, city dwellers often used their shop name to disambiguate themselves. Thus, "Hanaya Yohei" is simply the equivalent of "Dave of Wendy's," and just as you don't write "Wendy's served as a regional director for KFC before opening his burger restaurant" in an article about Dave Thomas, you don't write Hanaya did this or did that in an article for Hanaya Yohei. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 210.148.18.2 (talk) 03:47, 12 November 2015 (UTC)


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