Hu Hai’s son Ziying was killed by Xiang Yu. After Xiang Yu entered Xianyang: “Kill the infant and Qin Zhugong clan.
In the chaos, there may be individual children who escaped and changed their names (no record in history is just a possibility), but most of them are gone. “At the end of the Qin Dynasty, the son of Emperor Qin Shi Hu and some of the descendants of Fusu moved to North Korea. Later they moved from North Korea to Japan. At this time, they have changed their name to” Qin. “In the early days of Japan, some of them were in charge of the Japanese court’s cashier work and Weaving silk for the emperor. The emperor gave his surname and changed some of them to “Tai Qin Gong.” During the emperor’s reign (456-479 AD), descendants of Qin Shi emperor Qin accounted for 92 of the population of the capital of Japan at the time. In total, there were 18,670 people. By the first year of the Japanese Khinming (540 AD), they had multiplied to 7053 households and about 35,000 people
in Kyoto. Now Tai Qin near Kyoto, Japan, is the first place of the Japanese Qin family. By the 9th century, Qin Japan The family name has been divided into 15 family names including Tai Qingong, Qin, Qin Guan, Hanoi Qin, and Shancheng Qin. Up to now, the Japanese Qin family has differentiated a total of 44 surnames. During the Meiji Restoration, the Japanese government required all Japanese to have surnames. (Many Japanese people had no surnames, no scientific names, only small names) and forced some descendants of Qin Shihuang to change their surnames to Haneda and Hatto, the Qin family in Kyoto (Ancestral Hall) and related historical documents are damaged (genealogy is a type of historical document) Here are some of the surnames owned by descendants of the Japanese Qin family: Qinai, Tai Qin Gong (descendants of Sun Xiaowu, King of the First Emperor Qin Dynasty III, and the Emperor of Japan) Several of the descendants of the first emperor of Qin Dynasty are King Filial Piety, King Gongman, King Fangtong …), Qin Gong (the surname is the descendant of Qin Shihuang’s grandson “Filial Virtue”), Qin Changlian, Qin Ye , Qin Jing, Qin Duo, Qin Dang, Qin Zuo, Qin Guan, Qin Qian, Qin Dang, Qin Yuan, Qin Xiaozhai, Ji Zhi, Sanlin, Nagaoka, … The descendants of Qin’s are more famous in Japan: 1. Qin Yezhang (Last name “Qin Ye”): He served as Minister of Justice when Zeng Gen served as Prime Minister in the early 1980s; 2 Qin Zhenji: He had been an army lieutenant in the Showa period (that is, Emperor Hirohito), a person from Fukuoka Prefecture 3, Qin Chaoyuan: Minister of Emperor Hengwu
Fujiwara’s father-in-law, right to the wild. “Prior to the election of Japanese Prime Minister Haneda in April 1994, he publicly acknowledged that he was the descendant of China ’s first emperor Qin Shihuang. This shocked many people, including the Japanese. He said his ancestor was Qin, at It was changed to “Haneda” only a few years ago. In Japanese, the Qin word is pronounced the same as Haneda.