Inaos ◆Aïnous (ethnie du Japon et de Russie) — Wikipédia https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/A%C3%AFnous_%28ethnie_du_Japon_et_de_Russie%29

Inaos ◆Aïnous (ethnie du Japon et de Russie) — Wikipédia https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/A%C3%AFnous_%28ethnie_du_Japon_et_de_Russie%29

Un Aïnou, vers 1880 ◆Aïnous (ethnie du Japon et de Russie) — Wikipédia https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/A%C3%AFnous_%28ethnie_du_Japon_et_de_Russie%29 #Ainu #Aynu #アイヌ

Un Aïnou, vers 1880 ◆Aïnous (ethnie du Japon et de Russie) — Wikipédia https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/A%C3%AFnous_%28ethnie_du_Japon_et_de_Russie%29 #Ainu #Aynu #アイヌ

Aïnous en 1904. ◆Aïnous (ethnie du Japon et de Russie) — Wikipédia https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/A%C3%AFnous_%28ethnie_du_Japon_et_de_Russie%29 #Ainu #Aynu #アイヌ

Aïnous en 1904. ◆Aïnous (ethnie du Japon et de Russie) — Wikipédia https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/A%C3%AFnous_%28ethnie_du_Japon_et_de_Russie%29 #Ainu #Aynu #アイヌ

Woman playing a tonkori ◆Ainu people - Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ainu_people #Ainu #Aynu #アイヌ

Woman playing a tonkori ◆Ainu people - Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ainu_people #Ainu #Aynu #アイヌ

1920's. An Ainu woman playing the Mukkuri (ムックリ, a Jew’s harp). The Mukkuri is a traditional Ainu musical instrument played by women. It is made of carefully cut bamboo with two strings, and measures about 10 by 1.5 cm (3.9 by 0.6 inches). The player vibrates the tongue cut out of the bamboo by pulling one of the strings, while holding the instrument in front of the mouth. Volume and tone colors are changed by changing the shape of the mouth.

1920's. An Ainu woman playing the Mukkuri (ムックリ, a Jew’s harp). The Mukkuri is a traditional Ainu musical instrument played by women. It is made of carefully cut bamboo with two strings, and measures about 10 by 1.5 cm (3.9 by 0.6 inches). The player vibrates the tongue cut out of the bamboo by pulling one of the strings, while holding the instrument in front of the mouth. Volume and tone colors are changed by changing the shape of the mouth.

National Treasure of Japan, Asura statue : Nara period (710-794), property of Kofuku-ji Temple 興福寺-阿修羅像(国宝)

National Treasure of Japan, Asura statue : Nara period (710-794), property of Kofuku-ji Temple 興福寺-阿修羅像(国宝)

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