一番の日本人！【Ainu Tribe: Japanese Race】Portrait of two Ainu men from the island of Hokkaido in northern Japan. About 1900, Japan. MIA.「アイヌ民族」なんてものは存在しません。「アイヌは部族の名前」です。「アイヌは真性の日本民族」です！「カワイソウな先住民族」なんかじゃないよ！支那朝鮮の仕掛けた分断工作に騙されないで下さい！！
Ainu woman with bear cub. The Ainu revere bears, believing their gods can incarnate as bears to watch over them. In early December, a bear cub would be raised among them, fed and loved. Then it would be sacrificed, using special arrows, so that its soul could return to the gods in the heavens with their prayers.
The indigenous people of northern Japan call themselves “Ainu,” meaning “people” or “humans” in their language. Recent DNA evidence suggests that the Ainu are the direct descendents of the ancient Jomon people who inhabited Japan as early as 12,000 years ago