Japan’s indigenous Ainu people still hunting for acceptance of their ancestral traditions

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In the face of discrimination from his fellow Japanese over his indigenous roots, Atsushi Monbetsu has decided to embrace his traditional Ainu way of life. The 38-year-old recently quit his job as a construction worker to become a professional hunter.

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