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The Ainu! 9 Years, 7 Months ago Karma: 0  
Hi,

can anyone give an update on what the attitude of the general Japanese public to the Ainu is today?

Arigato gozaimasu!
 
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Last Edit: 2012/02/03 16:30 By samurai8.
 
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Re:The Ainu! 9 Years, 6 Months ago Karma: 8  
Japan, as well as the Kurile Islands and the southern half of Sakhalin Island. There are over 150,000 Ainu today, however the exact figure is not known as many Ainu hide their origins or in many cases are not even aware of them, their parents having kept it from them so as to avoid racism. They may have arrived in the Japanese islands at about the same time as the majority Japanese. However their origin is a source of much scholarly debate at present. ... source ://japan-101
 
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