AN AINU PATRIARCH of OLD JAPAN -- Refused to Adopt the Inferior, Barbaric Culture and National Origin Fairy Tales of the Hairless, Invading "Yamato" Japanese
Photo and Comments about these fine folks are HERE : www.flickr.com/photos/24443965@N08/2746187012/ The entire AINU Set is HERE : www.flickr.com/photos/24443965@N08/sets/72157607060944155/ Both the Okinawans and the Ainu have plenty of bones to pick with the current occupying over-lords who control things from their bureaucratic bunkers in Tokyo. It's not unlike the Native "Indians" of the Americas who have a pile of bones to pick with the conquering Europeans who over-ran them. Although…
Mamiya Rinzo - Kita Ezo zusetsu vol. 2 (1855) f
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Facial reconstruction of Jomon - Page 3
Modern Japanese and European anthropologist and scientist concluded Ainu and Jomon are actually what proto-mongoloid looked like, their genetics and skulls have no similar ity to Caucasoid only their cranial facial appears like Caucasian, they have more in common with Amerindians than to any Europeans, Australoids, Melanesian ect Proto-mongoloid = no East Asian appearance Neo-mongoloid = evolved from proto-mongoloid due to adaption of the cold during the ice age. Japanese =
The Grandchildren Bears (c.1906)
Undetermined caption in japanese [Portrait of two Ainu men and women with two bear cubs] Vintage photographic postcard, circulated in 1906, divided back, publisher undetermined, Japan. © Casas-Rodríguez Collection, 2009. Some rights reserved. creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/