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The Ainu, the original Moors of Japan and Russia


The Ainu are the indigenous peoples of Japan and far east Russia. Although the true number of Ainu descendants living in Japan is unknown, it is believed that only 200 pure blood Ainu remain, most of these upon Japan’s northernmost island of Hokkaido.

Genetically they are more similar to dark-skinned groups found in Southeast Asia than the Japanese or Koreans. In Japanese history the period between 10,000 and 400 B.C. is known as the Jomon Period.


Tokyo was originally known as Edo The name, which can be translated as "estuary", is a reference to the original settlement's location at the meeting of the Sumida River and Tokyo Bay. During the Meiji Restoration in 1868, the name of the city was changed to Tokyo (東京, from 東 tō "east", and 京 kyō "capital") when it became the new imperial capital.

Edo People

The Edo or Benin people are an Edoid ethnic group primarily found in Edo State, Southern part of Nigeria. They speak the Edo language and are the descendants of the founders of the Benin Empire. They are closely related to other ethnic groups that speak Edoid languages, such as the Esan, the Afemai, the Isoko, and the Urhobo.



Katakana is commonly used by Japanese linguists to write the Ainu language. In Ainu katakana usage, the consonant that comes at the end of a syllable is represented by a small version of a katakana that corresponds to that final consonant followed by an arbitrary vowel. 


Ainu - キ Ki 

Ki is possibly the most powerful, useful and even quintessentially Japanese word in the Japanese language. Familiar to everyone from fans of modern manga to practitioners of ancient Aikido, alone or in combination with other syllables, ki can mean many things.

Perhaps the most important of the many meanings of ki is what is often translated as spirit, or energy. It is this sense that we can focus on to begin, for it is the meaning of the word that brought the concept to Japan more than a millennium ago.

Ki Energy is the unseen life force in your body and everywhere. It is a universal energy that penetrates everywhere uniting all the manifestations of the universe, visible or invisible. Mostly in Japan it is referred to as "Ki", China it is referred to as "Chi" or "Qi" and in Sanskrit it is known as "Prana"


The symbol lives on through us.


The Story Of The Signature

(Katakana Ki)

Flair Won

My Story
Artist, Personal Stylist, Fashion Designer, Creative Director, Philantropist, Product Developer, Model, Spiritualist

I am a creative. What I call a ''Creative'' is someone with the ability to see the patterns set in life by the Supreme Creator (God). Someone who moves from one creative space to the next, while transmuting the skills they have already gained, and transform them into something new, different and vibrant. A creative loves to recognise greatness in others, for that greatness in others will in turn inspire the Creative to reach higher heights.


My favourite saying is ''Life Is AN Art - Create It''.


A Creative sees the beauty in all expressions of Life and lives in harmony with its surroundings, there are no divisions in colour, just different expressions of humanity.


Racism, Separatist Ideations, Religious Hatred, Political Prejudice, Totalitarianism, Nationalism... None of these things are seen as a reality because only through Creation, can these things exist in the first place. Man is still not in control.

All that was, Is and Is-To-Come is all governed by the rhythms and vibrations of life itself.

Everything that I do is in accordance with these ancient principles and Flair Won is not a person, not an individual.... I am a combination of everything that has happened to me in life...everything good...everything not so good...these experiences have shaped me to become who I am now...and will continue to shape me for the remainder of this life and what else is to come.

A Creative tunes into the present moment and expresses his/her skills through internal interpretations of rhythm and frequency.

                                                                             One Love!