そのアイヌの人たちめいた 偉人なんでしょうが そんな人々の絵が飾ってあった。いかにも
While I was in Hakodate, I also visited the Matsumae clan. The paintings of the slightly frightening people who visited castles and museums left an impression on me.
The Matsumae domain in Hokkaido was a place of trade with the Ainu people.
The Hokkaido Matsumae Domain ruled over the Ezo region of Hokkaido during the Edo Shogunate era, and was said to have traded with the Ainu.
Matsumae Castle is also called Fukuyama Castle from the name of the place.
Pictures of those Ainu people, who must be great people, were displayed. He really does look like an Ainu. Matsumae Castle is also called Fukuyama Castle after the name of the castle where it resides. The weather in Hokkaido in early autumn is very nice, the weather is clear and sunny, and the photos are wonderful.
The Ainu people were also very active.
The Ainu are the people who inhabited the area spanning Hokkaido, Karafuto, the Kuril Islands, and the Kamchatka Peninsula. Originally, they were a hunter-gatherer tribe that did not have a written system of bartering, but after that they traded mainly furs and marine products with the region, and had an economic zone in the Okhotsk region. After that, throughout history, most of them were Japanese, and some were Russian. Nowadays, they are widely residing in the Hokkaido metropolitan area.