A record of the daily lives of Ainu living in the Tokyo metropolitan area has been published as a photo collection.
Around 160 photos in “Ainu, at times Japanese” depict Ainu who are involved in traditional religious exercises, dancing and singing, and marriage ceremonies despite being far from their hometowns, mainly in Hokkaido.
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