The dialect or dialects of Hokkaido (北海道方言 Hokkaidō-hōgen), commonly called Hokkaidō-ben (北海道弁), originate in relatively recent settlement from mainland Japan. The greater part of Hokkaidō was settled from a mix of areas from the Meiji period on, especially from the Tōhoku and Hokuriku regions, so various Japanese dialects mixed together on Hokkaidō. The relationship of Hokkaidō dialect to the rest of Japanese—and whether there even is a coherent Hokkaidō dialect—are debated. Shibata (2003) mentions three theories:

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  • Le Hokkaidō-ben (北海道弁) est un dialecte du japonais (弁, ben) de la région de Hokkaidō. (fr)
  • El dialecto Hokkaidō (北海道方言 Hokkaidō Hōgen) es el dialecto del Japonés hablado en Hokkaidō. El hablado en Sapporo es muy similar al dialecto estándar. El occidental quizá tenga relación con el Dialecto Kansai y con el dialecto Hokuriku debido a los comerciantes. El hablado en la Península de Oshima se le llama 浜言葉 (Hama Kotoba). (es)
  • 北海道方言(ほっかいどうほうげん)は、北海道における日本語の方言である。北海道弁(ほっかいどうべん)とも言う。東日本方言に属す。内陸の都市部を中心に大部分では共通語(標準語)に近い比較的均質な方言が話されるが、北海道方言にも地域的・世代的な違いがあり、海岸部の方言は東北方言的な特徴が濃い。 (ja)
  • The dialect or dialects of Hokkaido (北海道方言 Hokkaidō-hōgen), commonly called Hokkaidō-ben (北海道弁), originate in relatively recent settlement from mainland Japan. The greater part of Hokkaidō was settled from a mix of areas from the Meiji period on, especially from the Tōhoku and Hokuriku regions, so various Japanese dialects mixed together on Hokkaidō. The relationship of Hokkaidō dialect to the rest of Japanese—and whether there even is a coherent Hokkaidō dialect—are debated. Shibata (2003) mentions three theories: 1. * Inland varieties are part of Kantō dialect, while coastal varieties are part of Tōhoku dialect 2. * There is a single Hokkaidō dialect, which is a distinct branch of Eastern Japanese 3. * There is a Hokkaidō dialect, but it descends from Niigata dialect (one of the Tōkai–Tōsan dialects), a transitional form with Western Japanese features. Tōhoku influence is strongest in coastal areas, especially on Oshima Peninsula in the south, where the local variety is commonly called Hama-kotoba (浜言葉, seashore speech). The urban dialect of Sapporo is quite close to Standard Japanese. Western features may have been brought by merchants from Kansai and Hokuriku with the kitamaebune trade routes. Also spoken on Hokkaidō is the Ainu language, which was widely spoken there before Japanese settlement and still has a few elderly speakers. (en)
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  • Le Hokkaidō-ben (北海道弁) est un dialecte du japonais (弁, ben) de la région de Hokkaidō. (fr)
  • El dialecto Hokkaidō (北海道方言 Hokkaidō Hōgen) es el dialecto del Japonés hablado en Hokkaidō. El hablado en Sapporo es muy similar al dialecto estándar. El occidental quizá tenga relación con el Dialecto Kansai y con el dialecto Hokuriku debido a los comerciantes. El hablado en la Península de Oshima se le llama 浜言葉 (Hama Kotoba). (es)
  • 北海道方言(ほっかいどうほうげん)は、北海道における日本語の方言である。北海道弁(ほっかいどうべん)とも言う。東日本方言に属す。内陸の都市部を中心に大部分では共通語(標準語)に近い比較的均質な方言が話されるが、北海道方言にも地域的・世代的な違いがあり、海岸部の方言は東北方言的な特徴が濃い。 (ja)
  • The dialect or dialects of Hokkaido (北海道方言 Hokkaidō-hōgen), commonly called Hokkaidō-ben (北海道弁), originate in relatively recent settlement from mainland Japan. The greater part of Hokkaidō was settled from a mix of areas from the Meiji period on, especially from the Tōhoku and Hokuriku regions, so various Japanese dialects mixed together on Hokkaidō. The relationship of Hokkaidō dialect to the rest of Japanese—and whether there even is a coherent Hokkaidō dialect—are debated. Shibata (2003) mentions three theories: (en)
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