Suite 101 Article by Andy Thompson.
From the Alaska Native Knowledge Network. Links.
Analysis of a case involving the right of the Ainu to be considered an indigenous people, and to enjoy the legal protection of their culture.
Presents collections of cultural artifacts, performances of traditional dances and ceremonies, and demonstrations of folk arts.
Brief discussion of racial differences from Science Frontiers October 1989.
Provides a series of documents on the language of this indigenous people as well as the culture of the Jomon period.
Provides database of materials related to the Ainu Language and culture, including literature, video, audio, and weblinks.
Companion web site to the NOVA program which explores the Ainu people.
Online exhibition of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History exploring the ancient origin of the Ainu, their relations with the Japanese, and the Ainu cultural rebirth.
Basic sentences and numerals in Ainu, with corresponding downloadable sound files and English equivalents. Bilingual site (Japanese and English). Also, some sociolinguistic information on the language.