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Ainu Times

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Ainu Times

The Ainu Times is the only magazine published in the Ainu language. Its first edition was published for 20 March 1997.[1] It uses both special katakana and romanizations in its articles. Its editor as of 2006 is Takashi Hamada. It is published four times a year.

External links

  • homepage (by Takasi Hamada, in Ainu and Japanese)Ainu Times (Archived 2009-10-24)
  • オタルナイ・レコード (Archived 2009-10-24) (includes pages on Ainu Times)
  • cakcak kamuy oruspe (example of Ainu Times, in Ainu, Japanese and Esperanto, by YOKOYAMA Hiroyuki, a member of Hokkaido Esperanto League (HEL) in JAPAN)


  1. ^ Brunon Synak; Tomasz Wicherkiewicz (1997). Language minorities and minority languages in the changing Europe: proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Minority Languages, Gdańsk, 1-5 July, 1996. Wydawn. Uniwersytetu Gdańskiego.  

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