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Definition funny of Ainu:
The Natives of Japan. The Ainu (アイヌ?), also called Aynu, Aino (アイノ), and in historical texts Ezo (蝦夷), are indigenous people or groups in Japan and Russia. Historically they spoke the Ainu language and related varieties and lived in Hokkaidō, the Kuril Islands, and much of Sakhalin. Most of those who identify themselves as Ainu still live in this same region, though the exact number of living Ainu is unknown. This is due to confusion over mixed heritages and to ethnic issues in Japan resulting in those with Ainu backgrounds hiding their identities. In Japan, because of intermarriage over many years with Japanese, the concept of a pure Ainu ethnic group is no longer feasible.3 Official estimates of the population are of around 25,000, while the unofficial number is upward of 200,000 people.1
The Ainu people live manly in Hokkaido
Songs about Ainu:
AINU (feat. Macne Nana) by Ocelot from the Album Minus
Ainu Crane Dance 3 by Dr. Sound Effects from the Album Ainu Music of Japan - Indigenous Sounds of Hokkaido Island
Ainu Typhoon Dance by Dr. Sound Effects from the Album Ainu Music of Japan - Indigenous Sounds of Hokkaido Island
1 & Ainus by Black Velvet from the Album Greatest Hits
Ainu by Raumtechnik from the Album Serendipity
Ainu by Ainu from the Album Earth'2000
Ainu by Esprin from the Album Kain
Books about Ainu:
The Ainu of Japan by Jon Batchelor (Jul 17, 2014)
The Ainu and Their Folk-Lore (Classic Reprint) by John Batchelor (Nov 30, 2013)
Ainu Spirits Singing: The Living World of Chiri Yukie's Ainu Shin'yoshu by Sarah M. Strong (Oct 31, 2011)
The Song The Owl God Sang: The collected Ainu legends of Chiri Yukie by Benjamin Peterson (Jun 21, 2013)
Our Land Was A Forest: An Ainu Memoir (Transitions--Asia & the Pacific) by Kayano Shigeru and Mark Selden (Apr 1, 1994)
The Conquest of Ainu Lands: Ecology and Culture in Japanese Expansion,1590-1800 by Brett L. Walker (Feb 21, 2006)
Harukor: An Ainu Woman's Tale (Voices from Asia) by Katsuichi Honda, Kyoko Selden and David L. Howell (Apr 12, 2000)
Wiki information Ainu:
The Ainu or the Aynu, and in historical Japanese texts Ezo/Emishi/Ebisu or Aino are an indigenous people of Japan and Russia. Historically, they spoke Ainu and related varieties, though today very few can do so. Most of those who identify themselves...
Ainu is the sole survivor of the Ainu languages, spoken by members of the Ainu ethnic group on the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido. Until the twentieth century, Ainu languages were also spoken throughout the southern half of the island of...