This is more common in South Korea, and there are not many in Japan. It is a way of trying to preserve the fading culture. There is also an Ainu Village in Lake Akan, but relatively speaking, the cultural village of Sapporo seems more interesting.
Braving the sleet, I visited an ethnic village in the Akan Lake District: Ainu Village, a characteristic village rich in woodcarving crafts. The village became popular after Feng Xiaogang filmed "If You Are the One" here. Very beautiful village
The Ainu Cultural Center of Hokkaido is the only remaining indigenous people in Hokkaido. Hospitality. You can buy bear skin products. The town is great, and there are many ethnic tools to enjoy.
It’s also recommended by the tour guide. The Cultural Exchange Center is quite large. You can see a lot of cultural things here. The interior of the Exchange Center is also quite large. It is a good place to experience Japanese traditional culture.
The Ainu Cultural Exchange Center is located in Sapporo, Hokkaido, and showcases the living environment of the Ainu. The Ainu are an ancient and minority ethnic group in Japan. They live in Hokkaido and are considered to be the original inhabitants of Japan. They were later oppressed by the Yamato ethnic group and their number dropped sharply until today there are less than 20,000. The Cultural Exchange Center exhibited Ainu clothing and accessories, food search and food utensils, and at the same time restored the Ainu life scene. There are also Ainu folklore performances, you can choose to pay to participate. The Ainu Cultural Exchange Center is a very unique place. The area of the entire exchange center is very large. There are a lot of indigenous people here, and there are many hospitable places. Daily necessities, such as clothes and tools, have evolved from Ainu in most places in Hokkaido. There is a lot of humanistic knowledge here, the venue is not big, and you can walk around in about 2 hours.
Similar ethnic minorities in Japan have special customs.