Lupin Inspired Dog Names

0 Stories
0 Votes

Introduction

Anime, which means “animation” in Japanese, refers to hand-drawn or digital animations that are associated with or originate from the country of Japan. Animes are a huge part of the country’s culture and often feature fantastical plots, energetic characters and over-the-top graphics. One of the country’s most beloved and widely-watched animes is Lupin the Third, also known as Rupan Sansei. Originally a manga series, it has since been turned into an anime series starting in 1971. It follows the escapades of master thief Arsène Lupin III and his associates. Over five decades after it was first created, Lupin remains as popular as it was since it first aired, with a sixth anime series premiering in 2018. 

Book First Walk Free!

Lupin Inspired Dog Names in Pop Culture

Lupin Inspired Dog Name Considerations

One of the most exciting aspects of being a new dog owner is picking out a cool name for them. Every furparent wants their dog to have a clever and unique name that matches their personality and qualities. However, as tempting at it is to take an “avant-garde” route when naming your pooch, your priority should be the ease of which your dog will remember the name you give to them. Ideally, stick to names that have only one to two syllables, since these are easy for your dog to understand and decipher.   

Another ingenious way to draw inspiration for a name is to look at the different cultures around the world. For instance, Japanese culture is very distinct and has a lot of fascinating elements to it. Japanese staples such as mangas (comic strips) and animes (animations) are frequent sources of pet name ideas. For fans of Lupin, it would make sense to give your dog an interesting name from one of the characters in the series. For males, the names Lupin, Jigen and Goemon are all good choices. If you have a female dog, you can name her after the female Lupin characters such as Fujiko or Ami. 

Male Lupin Inspired Dog Names

Votes Name Vote
0
Lupin
Arsène Lupin III, a genius mastermind and the world’s most wanted thief
0
Arsène
After Arsène Lupin, a famous thief in France and Lupin’s grandfather
0
Daisuke
After Daisuke Jigen, Lupin’s marksman
0
Jigen
Lupin’s marksman, Daisuke Jigen
0
Goemon
Goemon Ishikawa XIII, a samurai who occasionally participates in Lupin’s exploits
0
Koichi
Inspector Koichi Zenigata, a police inspector who is Lupin’s main adversary
0
Melon
After Melon Kiichi, Zenigata’s assistant
0
Oscar
After Lieutenant Oscar, Zenigata’s young assistant who is extremely loyal
0
Albert
After Albert Dandorojii, a past partner in crime of Lupin
0
Paikaru
A magician who has tricks that make him invulnerable to Lupin
0
Kyosuke
Kyosuke Mamou, a man from the future who seeks revenge on all versions of Lupin after his father was killed by Lupin the 33rd
0
Ataginez
A classical music conductor who seeks to kill Lupin and his partners in crime
0
Scorpion
An evil and resourceful organization who causes trouble for Lupin
0
Mister X
The leader of Scorpion who is obsessed with killing Lupin
0
Zell
After Doctor Zell, a Nazi experimental scientist
0
Fantomas
After Fantomas Mark III, a criminal mastermind who seeks revenge on Lupin
0
Mamo
An ancient being with incredible wealth and wisdom who wants to discover the secret to eternal life
0
Lazare
After Count Lazare d’Cagliostro, one of Lupin’s adversaries
0
Luis
Count Luis Yu Almeida, an owl-inspired mad scientist and the owner of Glaucus Pharmaceuticals, a Fiction 500 pharmaceutical organization
0
Nyx
An MI6 agent who has “super hearing powers”
0
Rupan
After Rupan Sansei, the Japanese name of Lupin III
0
Yuzo
After Yuzo Aoki, the director of the animated series
0
Poon
An assassin who once paired with Fujiko Mine
0
Kan'ichi
After Kan’ichi Kurita, the voice actor for Lupin III in the 2018 animated series
0
Kiyoshi
Kiyoshi Kobayashi, the voice actor for Daisuke Jigen in the 2018 animated series
0
Namikawa
After Daisuke Namikawa, the voice actor for Goemon Ishikawa XIII in the 2018 animated series
0
Yamadera
After Koichi Yamadera, the voice actor for Inspector Koichi in the 2018 animated series
0
Yasuo
After Yasuo Yamada, the voice actor for Lupin III in the original 1977 animated series
0
Goro
After Goro Naya, the voice actor for Inspector Kouichi in the original 1977 animated series
0
Makio
After Makio Inoue, the voice actor for Goemon Ishikawa XIII in the original 1977 animated series

Female Lupin Inspired Dog Names

Votes Name Vote
0
Fujiko
After Fujiko Mine, a professional burglar and criminal who uses her looks to fool others
0
Mine
Fujiko Mine, professional burglar and criminal, uses her looks to fool others
0
Rebecca
Rebecca Rossellini, a wealthy businesswoman who leads a double life as a thief
0
Rossellini
Rebecca Rossellini, wealthy businesswoman who leads a double life as a thief
0
Ami
Ami Enan, a computer expert who was recruited by Lupin to steal digital currency
0
Linda
A character in the manga series who is trying to kill her sister, Rachika, for the half of the map tattooed on her back
0
Rachika
Linda’s sister who needs to kill her sister to secure the other half of the map tattooed on her back
0
Clarisse
Clarisse de Cagliostro, a princess who befriends Lupin; ruler of the European Grand Duchy of Cagliostro
0
Lady Oscar
A member of the Black Lilly Society and commander of the Royal Guard of Queen Marie Antoinette
0
Cornelia
Doctor Zell’s only daughter and Lupin’s first love
0
Maki
After Maki Oyamada, a smart inventor who created the LAMBDA robot
0
Oyamada
After Maki Oyamada, a smart inventor who created the LAMBDA robot
0
Ganimard
After Melon Ganimard, a female detective partnered with Melon Cop
0
Kikyo
Goemon’s childhood friend
0
Cynthia
After Cynthia Craymov, the head of the Bank of the World (B.O.W.)
0
Craymov
Head of the Bank of the World (B.O.W.), Cynthia Craymov
0
Brigette
One of Nyx’s daughters
0
Miyuki
Miyuki Sawashiro, the voice actress for Fujiko Mine in the 2018 animated series
0
Inori
Inori Minase, the voice actress for Ami Enan in the 2018 animated series
0
Yui
After Yui Ishikawa, the voice actress for Marie in the 2018 animated series
0
Eiko
Eiko Masuyama, the voice actress for Fujiko Mine in the original 1977 animated series
0
Michelle
Michelle Ruff, the voice actress for Fujiko Mine in the English version of the 1977 animated series
0
Masato
After Masato Matsumoto, the producer of the anime television series
0
Jiku
After Jiku Omiya, one of the writers of the anime television series
0
Yasushi
After Yasushi Hirano, one of the writers of the anime television series
0
Kenjiro
Kenjiro Tsuda, the voice actor for Albert Dandorojii in the original 1977 animated series
0
Mamou
Kyosuke Mamou, a man from the future whose life’s mission is to kill all versions of Lupin
0
Kiichi
After Melon Kiichi, Zenigata’s assistant
0
Kazunori
After Kazunori Tanabashi, one of the directors of the original 1977 animated series
0
Yasumi
After Yasumi Mikamoto, one of the directors of the original 1977 animated series

Community Dogs With Lupin Inspired Names