Other Aynu resources in the i-net:

Aynu museum of Siraoi on-line. A lot of nice pictures. Aynu culture for beginners:

http://www.ainu-museum.or.jp/english/english.html

Introduction to Aynu language. Basic elements modern spoken Aynu:

http://ramat.ram.ne.jp/itak/eng/

Tuytah Collection by ASAI Take, Vol. I and IIEdited, transcribed and translated by Kyoko MURASAKI, Yokohama National University:

http://www3.aa.tufs.ac.jp/~mmine/kiki_gen/murasaki/asai01e.html

Aynu-English word list. But tooooo!!! short to be really useful:

http://www.coastalfog.net/languages/ainuenglish.html

Literature and materials for Aynu language learners:

http://jinbunweb.sgu.ac.jp/~ainu/biblio/european.html

The window of Aynu World Aynu puyarA. Site of Aynu liberation movement:

http://www.alles.or.jp/~tariq/

The Foundation For Research And Promotion Of Aynu Culture:

http://www.frpac.or.jp/english/e_index.html

Discussion possible origins and relationship of Aynu language. Aynu and Basque. A lot of a little bit strange facts and conclusionsBut the author of this site was inspirer of my serious interest in linguistics and Aynu language studies. So now I express my respect to Edo Nyland:

http://www.islandnet.com/~edonon/ainu.htm

 

 

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