I've never heard of anyone with that name. If you're looking to use a common Japanese name, that isn't one.Thank you for answering! I really appreciate it. Maybe I have I misread some things. But my biggest question: Is Mikoto is both a female and male first name in Japan?
it can be confusing sometimes because many female and male names end in 'o' but I think it's mostly female names which start with 'Mi'
As Mike-san pointed out, there are so many common male given names that start with "Mi", e.g., Mikio, Mikinori, Mikihiko, Mikihisa, Mikiya, Michio, Michishige, Michitada, Michitarō, Michinobu, Michinori, Michimasa, Michiya, Michiru, Mitsuo, Mitsukuni, Mitsuhiko, Mitsuyoshi, Mitsuru, Minato, Mineo, Mineya, Minoru,,,.it can be confusing sometimes because many female and male names end in 'o' but I think it's mostly female names which start with 'Mi'