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Introduction

Spirited Away, a story about a young, curious girl who unexpectedly visits the spirit world, is by far Hayao Miyazaki's most iconic film of all time. It is incredible to think that this 2001 film is so old. It has not only withstood the test of time, but become an absolute must-watch classic. It's no wonder you're looking to name your dog after this Studio Ghibli film. The good news is that you're right where you need to be to find the right name. Here are 60 name ideas that are super dog friendly. So pull out your pen and paper to take notes!

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Spirited Away Dog Name Considerations

Spirited Away is all about friendship, hard work, and deception: the idea that not everything is as it seems. An abandoned ghost town becomes a hopping city for the spirits at night. A harmless bath house is full of unexpected drama, and a mysterious stranger winds up being quite the nutcase (No-Face). But the thing is, it all comes together to form this classic, iconic film. It's memorable not just because it's visually stunning, like all Studio Ghibli films, but because every character is uniquely interesting.

So when looking through names, it would be in your interest to pay extra close attention to the creature that the name belong to. Does the creature resemble your dog in some way? If your dog were to be in the film, would it be Radish Spirit, or a Sootball? If you're not sure, look to your dog again. What is the size, age, breed, color, and personality of the dog? More so, what makes your dog unique? What does this dog do that you've never seen another dog do? This becomes extra clear when you have 2+ dogs: you see striking differences in temperament and behavior side by side. If this isn't your case, consider your previous dogs, and how they were different.

Male Spirited Away Dog Names

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No-Face
An unassuming spirit that proves to be quite the character; able to react to emotions by eating other spirits
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Akio
Akiro Nakamura voiced No-Face in the Japanese version
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Bob
Bob Bergen voiced No-Face in the English version
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Kaonashi
No-Face's Japanese name
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Sincerity
No-Face was interested in Chihiro's sincerity, drawing him to the bath house
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Haku
The spirit of the Kohaku River; second in command at the bath house
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Kohaku
Haku's full name (just his middle name)
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Dragon
Haku transforms into the shape of a dragon
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Miyu
Miyu Irino voiced Haku in the Japanese version
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Jason
Jason Marsden voiced Haku in the English version
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Boh
Yubaba's son and nephew of Zeniba
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Ryunosuke
Ryunosuke Kamiki voiced Boh in the Japanese version
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River
After the Unnamed River Spirit, which appears as a grubby, sludge spirit (he's actually very wealthy and powerful)
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Koba
Koba Hayashi voiced the Unnamed River Spirit
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Sootball
These Soot Sprites work in the boiler room with Kamaji; also star in My Neighbor Totoro
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Squeak
How Soot Sprites sound when they talk
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Kamaji
Elderly man with eight arms who operates the boiler room in the bath house
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Bunta
Bunta Sugawara voiced Kamaji in the Japanese version
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David
David Ogden Stiers voiced Kamaji in the English version
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Aogaeru
Frog spirit
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Tatsuya
Tatsuya Gashuin voiced Aogaeru
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Radish
Radish Spirit is slow-moving, huge, and not well-liked by other spirits
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Oshira-sama
Radish Spirit's other name
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Kashira
Three pet heads that Yubaba hangs out with in her office
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Bounce
What the Kashira love to do all the time, and how they move around
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Shikigami
Traditional spirits that are either invisible or appear in the shape of neatly-folded paper manikins
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Bird
What the Shikigami resemble in the film
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Ootori-Sama
Spirits that look like giant ducks or chickens
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Chichiyaku
Manager at the bath house
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Akiichiro
Working-class, father to Chihiro

Female Spirited Away Dog Names

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Tara
Tara Strong voiced Boh, a male character
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Yubaba
Proprietor of the bath house; main antagonist
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Mari Natsuki
Voice of Yubaba in the Japanese version
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Suzanne
Suzanne Pleshette voiced Yubaba in the English version
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Chihiro
Chihiro Ogino is the 10-year-old protagonist of the film
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Rumi
Rumi Hiiragi is the voice of Chihiro in the Japanese version
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Daveigh
Daveigh Chase is the voice of Chihiro in Spirited Away and Lilo from Lilo & Stitch
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Sen
Chihiro's nickname
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Lin
One of the workers at the bath house; warms up to Chihiro
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Rin
Lin's nickname
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Yumi
Yumi Tamai is the voice of Lin in the Japanese version
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Susan
Susan Egan is the voice of Lin in the English version
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Zeniba
Witch; Yubaba's twin sister
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Kasuga
Name of the famous Shinto Shrine in Japan
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Onama
Onama-Sama are spirits who look similar to the Namahage
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Ichiyuko
Wife of Akiichiro; Chihiro's mom
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Yasuko
Yasuko Sawaguhi is the voice of Ichiyuko in the Japanese version
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Lauren
Lauren Holly is the voice of Ichiyuko in the English version
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Ughioni
Translated as "cow goblin", are spirits with antlers; frequent customers at the bath house
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Lori
Lori Korngiebel was an associate producer for the English version of the film
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Kumi
Kumi Hirai was an animator for the film
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Yukari
Yukari Ishita was an animator for the film
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Emiko
Emiko Iwayanagi was an animator for the film
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Naomi
Naomi Kasugai was a background artist for the film
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Mina
Mina Meguro did supporting voices for the film
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Mononoke
Because Miyazaki was going to retire after making Princess Mononoke, but wound up creating Spirited Away instead
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Firsty
Because Spirited Away was the first anime film to be nominated and win an Academy Award
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Kompeito
The star-shaped, traditional Japanese candy that the Soot Sprites love
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Shinto
Many of the characters are based on Shinto Myth
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Dust Bunny
Another nickname for the Soot Sprites

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