Akan Lake Hot Spring Street, there is a strange place, the indigenous village of the Ainu. The venison variety that can be eaten in Hokkaido is Shrimp Yilu, which was once known as Shrimp in Hokkaido. The number of deer stag deer living in Hokkaido is estimated to be about 560,000 in 2013. According to Hokkaido's plan, the target was reduced to 380,000 in 2016 and the impact on the environment was verified. I checked the history. It is reported that in 2013, Hokkaido collected a total of 130,000 heads, of which one third was used for food. Even if you feel that the number of venison consumed per year is huge, in Hokkaido cuisine, venison is one of the characteristics to be carefully searched for.
Akan Lake is home to many Aboriginal Ainu people, so you can taste the freshest and authentic venison dishes here. The venison rice bowl is the main push, and the large pieces of venison and onions are quickly fried, and the gravy is covered with the rice. The venison has a lot of lean meat and tastes a bit like beef, but it has no astringency and a rough taste, and it tastes a little sweeter than beef.
What is unique about Hokkaido is the traditional Ainu village watching traditional dance performances.
Little is known about the Ainu (I also asked the next mother..) The Ainu people have been living in Hokkaido and the northeastern Japan, the land of Tokushima and other places.
Ainu people have long been engaged in fishing and hunting, and most of them later turned to farming. In ancient times, it used to be dressed in bird feathers, animal skins, and fish skins; Good at making and driving canoes. There are unique wooden huts. Today's clothing, food, housing and transportation have nothing to do with the Japanese. The content of the
dance performance is basically to show the usual life of the Ainu people: hunting, cooking and cooking, and finally the participation of everyone to dance together is quite interesting.
When it comes to Japan, people will think of the Yamato nation. In fact, Japan is not a single-ethnic country. Apart from the ethnic group, there is also a little-known minority. This is the Ainu
Ainu people living in the Hokkaido area. Handicrafts, traditional songs, religious ceremonies, etc., to explain to the world the meaning of "Ainu". The origins of the
Ainu people are still unknown. They have European faces, prominent brows and thick hair, which are completely different from the appearance of the surrounding East Asian people. Their language is in the Malay Polynesian language. Many Japanese names such as "Sapporo" and "Small" are derived from Ainu. Currently, only Eskimos and American Indians in the world still use the language. They are considered to be the only indigenous people in Japan who once occupied Japan, and were gradually expelled by Chinese, Korean, Mongolian, Malay, and Indonesian people in the Northeast, and now living in northern Japan.
On the shores of Lake Akan, there is a village of Ainu Lake, which is the village of the Ainu people of Hokkaido. Today, there are about 200 Ainu people living here, the largest number in Hokkaido.
Akan Lake is located in the eastern part of Hokkaido, Japan. It is a crater lake with a circumference of 30 kilometers, an altitude of 420 meters and a water depth of 45 meters. There are big islands, small islands, yahita islands, and loyal islands on the lake. The island is beautiful and beautiful. It is the mysterious lake where the natural monument, Chlorella, grows.
It takes 1 hour and 25 minutes to take a tour around the lake. On the way, there is a Chlorella exhibition observatory on the loyalty island. Lakeside Hot Springs is one of the famous hot spring resorts in Daodong.