Japanese (Ōkura): ‘large warehouse’; the name is found mostly in western Japan, and is listed in the Shinsen shōjiroku. There are many unrelated bearers, some with samurai connections, who took the name from places of residence.
Baron Kihachiro Okura (大倉 喜八郎, Ōkura Kihachirō, October 23, 1837- April 5, 1928) is an entrepreneur who built up the Okura-gumi and founded the giant Okura zaibatsu (literally financial cliques) and the Okura Shogyo Gakko which later became Tokyo Keizai University (Tokyo University of Economics) in 1949.
Wikipedia article "Okura Kihachiro".
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