Where do Ainu people live?

in Tibet
in North Korea
in Japan
in Vietnam
The Ainu are an in­dige­nous people who lived in the Northern Island of Japan, Hokkaido, and Sakhalin Island. They are now almost com­plete­ly as­sim­i­lat­ed by the Ja­pa­nese. Once con­sid­ered to be Cau­casian, based on their ap­pear­ance; but DNA testing has dis­proven this. The Ainu language is an isolate with no known rel­a­tives.

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in North Korea
in Japan
in Vietnam
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flagSpain
9%
0%
81%
9%
11
flagCanada
18%
6%
68%
6%
16
flagthe United Arab Emirates
18%
9%
63%
9%
11
flagGermany
16%
12%
61%
10%
80
flagDenmark
40%
0%
60%
0%
10
flagthe United States
23%
6%
58%
10%
161
flagRepublic of Ireland
25%
20%
50%
5%
20
flagItaly
8%
16%
50%
25%
12
flagPoland
22%
11%
50%
15%
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flagthe United Kingdom
24%
12%
46%
17%
150
flagIndia
28%
15%
43%
12%
39
flagthe Netherlands
42%
7%
39%
10%
28
flagNorway
21%
7%
35%
35%
14
flagUnknown
37%
14%
29%
18%
27

Gender

men52%
women44%
in Tibet
20%
26%
in North Korea
10%
11%
in Japan
52%
44%
in Vietnam
16%
18%

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