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Ainu 2 [edit], July 9, 1965 [sound recording]

National Anthropological Archives
A recording made in Akan, Hokkaido, Japan during an ethnographic study of child life. The recording has been edited by Sano (December 1965). 'Contents of reel 2; 1. Mukkuri (musical instrument), by Kisa Shitakawara (female age 78).

Ainu 2 (Original), August 4, 1965 [sound recording]

National Anthropological Archives
A recording made in Mr. Teshi's shop in Akan, Hokkaido, Japan during an ethnographic study of child life. Contents of reel 2; 1. Mukkuri (musical instrument), by Kisa Shitakawara (female age 78).

Ainu 1 [edit], June 22, 1965 [sound recording]

National Anthropological Archives
Edited version of a recording made in Noboribetsu, Hokkaido, Japan during an ethnographic study of child life. The recording has been edited by Sano (December 1965). 'Contents of reel 1; Commentator: Shigeru Kayano (male age 40); 1. Ionnokka: Lullaby, sung to a baby on mother's back, by Toroshino Kaizawa (female age 75); 2. Shinta sue ionnokka: cradle song (lullaby), by Toroshino Kaizawa (female age 75); 3. Lullaby: Sleep without crying, by Haru Maeda (female age 61); 4. Yaishama: improvised song, by Toroshino Kaizawa (female age 75); 5. Yaishama: improvised song, by Ume Kaizawa (female age 74); 6. Upopos, by Toroshino Kaizawa (female age 75), Ume Kaizawa (female age 74), Haru Maeda (female age 61).

Ainu 1 (Original), June 22, 1965 [sound recording]

National Anthropological Archives
A recording made in Noboribetsu, Hokkaido, Japan during an ethnographic study of child life. Contents of reel 1; Commentator: Shigeru Kayano (male age 40); 1. Ionnokka: Lullaby, sung to a baby on mother's back, by Toroshino Kaizawa (female age 75); 2. Shinta sue ionnokka: cradle song (lullaby), by Toroshino Kaizawa (female age 75); 3. Lullaby: Sleep without crying, by Haru Maeda (female age 61); 4. Yaishama: improvised song, by Toroshino Kaizawa (female age 75); 5. Yaishama: improvised song, by Ume Kaizawa (female age 74); 6. Upopos, by Toroshino Kaizawa (female age 75), Ume Kaizawa (female age 74), Haru Maeda (female age 61).

Beautiful Japan 1917-1918

Human Studies Film Archives
title from credits (published work) - archival collection Supplementary materials: annotation Edited film, shot under the auspices of the Imperial Japanese Railways, represents various aspects of Japanese life as it existed around the turn of the century. Depicted are a wide variety of subjects including scenes of daily life in Tokyo, Kyoto, Yokahama, Hakodate, Kobe, Nagasaki, and other cities. Points of ethnographic interest include market and street scenes, the caves and tombs of the Ainu at Matsushima, the Bear Festival of the Hokkaido Ainu, cormorant fisherman on the Nagara River, a (firewalking) ceremony performed by Shinto priests, the festival of the water goddess Benten, and a temple procession in Hakodate. Other scenes of interest include: a sumo wrestling tournament, school ceremonies and athletic competitions, Yokahama shipyards, cement factories and steel mills at Moji, pottery making, working of rice terraces, pearl industry in Omura, harvesting tea in Shidzuoka, the health resort at Unzen, cherry blossom festival, the coaling of a United States ship by Japanese laborers, and rail travel through the "Japanese alps."