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Ainu woman wearing attush garment with magical embroidery, ca. 1890. The embroidery, like tattooing, was believed to keep evil spirits from entering the body.

Ainu woman wearing attush garment with magical embroidery, ca. The embroidery, like tattooing, was believed to keep evil spirits from entering the body.

Для айну отказ от татуировок был неприемлемым, поскольку считалось, что в таком случае девушка не сможет выйти замуж, а после смерти обрести покой в загробной жизни. Стоит отметить, что обряд действительно был жестоким: впервые рисунок наносился девочкам в семилетнем возрасте, и позже «улыбку» дорисовывали на протяжении нескольких лет, завершающий этап – в день вступления в брак. Вокруг губ делались надрезы при помощи острого ножа «макири», которые заполнялись сажей, взятой из домашнего…

Ainu woman of Japan with bold facial and forearm tattoos that worked to repel evil spirits from entering her body. The Ainu also practiced medicinal forms of tattooing to relieve rheumatism. The last Ainu woman with tattooing died in Photograph ca.

1800 Black Cherokee Princess

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Japanese Samurai

"Woman in sensible armor! A rare vintage photograph of an onna-bugeisha, one of the female warriors of the upper social classes in feudal Japan. Often mistakenly referred to as “female samurai”, female warriors have a long history in Japan.

Ainu man sitting at the ground with ikupasuy (prayer stick), 1901 by Bashford Dean

Ainu man with ikupasuy (prayer stick), Festival of the Ainus, Japan, 1901

Japan – Aino. Cliché print, unknown. Found among Museum keeper Thomsen’s posthumous papers. No. es_b_00526

National Museum of Denmark 팔로우 Aino groups, Japan Japan – Aino. Found among Museum keeper Thomsen’s posthumous papers.

Makiko UI 宇井真紀子

2013 series 'Ainu, Portrait of the Wind' by Makiko Ui.

Africa | Voodoo in Bénin, Egungun secret society | © Jean-Claude Moschetti

Secret Voodoo society in Bénin. Taman in the big Elephant convent. The Egungun…

第9回 ナショジオ記者が威厳に打たれた アイヌの長老(1921年) | ナショナルジオグラフィック日本版サイト

第9回 ナショジオ記者が威厳に打たれた アイヌの長老(1921年)

Ainu elder from "National Geographic" July Shiraoi by Maynard Owen Williams

One Ainu man and bear - Japanese people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Warning: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are warned that this article contains images of deceased persons and for the prudish there is some nudity.

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