|Regions with significant populations|
|Nantou, Taichung, and Changhua in Taiwan.|
|Arikun (previously), Taiwanese, Mandarin|
|Animism, Taoism, Buddhism, Christianity|
|Related ethnic groups|
Arikun is a group of Austronesian indigenous Formosan people living from the western plain to central basin of Taiwan, especially. They have lived through the Dutch colonization of Taiwan, as well as the Manchurian occupation during the Qing Dynasty.
Some indigenous communities founded by Arikun in the 18th century include:
- Man Talack (萬斗六社) in nowadays Taichung, a community resided by both Arikun and Babuza.
- Kakar Barroroch (貓羅社) in nowadays Changhua.
- Tausa Mato (北投社) in nowadays Nantou.
- Tausa Talakey (南投社) in nowadays Nantou.
- Cauquelin, Josiane. The Aborogines of Taiwan (PDF). Routledge Curzon. p. 14.