Arts and People of Ancient Jomon - Rediscovering through the images from "Jomon Museum" by Tadahiro Ogawa: this blog is to introduce Jomon culture to non-Japanese-speaking people, by means of a book of photographs. "Jomon Museum," by Tadahiro Ogawa, which
Dedicated to bringing together research from both sides of the Pacific about the Emishi people. The focus is on interpreting the research, and to remember the Emishi as a vital and important group whose people, though long gone, have changed the Japanese
Ainu Association of Hokkaido (公益社団法人北海道アイヌ協会) is an organization made up of Ainu which aims to improve the social status of Ainu people and to develop, transmit and preserve Ainu culture in order to establish the dignity of the Ainu people.
The National Ainu Museum (国立アイヌ民族博物館, Kokuritsu Ainu Minzoku Hakubutsukan) is a museum located in Shiraoi, Hokkaidō, Japan. The museum's mission is "to promote a proper understanding and awareness of Ainu history and culture in Japan and elsewhere out of
Established by the Hokkaido Development Agency and the Ministry of Education, based on the "Law for the Promotion of the Ainu Culture and for the Dissemination and Advocacy for the Traditions of the Ainu and the Ainu Culture".