Japan's Lost Super-Civilization

Moai Face, Yonaguni Monument
In recent years the increasing number of books and programs on television discussing the mysteries of ancient Japan reflect a renewed interest in this area, highlights the fact that many unanswered questions still hover over the pages of Japan's history books. Many theories and hypothesis have been put forward over the years, and while conflicting at times, they all insist on one common point - somewhere in the pages of Japan's history certain crucial chapters are missing.
Tsutsuki Megalith, Iwate
With much new physical evidence coming to light in 
recent years, the possibility that an advanced 
civilization yet to be identified existed during the Jomon period or before is gaining increasing credibility. As 
extraordinary as this sounds on first hearing, until any 
other official explanation can be offered regarding the many unidentified ruins existing across Japan, the startling and exciting possibility of a lost civilization 
cannot be ruled out.
Yakushima Megalith
This report aims to present a general review of the 
physical body of evidence to support a theory that a 
super civilization once existed in ancient Japan. This is part of a body of ongoing work since 2001, to record and photograph the many sites of unidentified ruins 
across Japan. Regrettably much of the physical 
evidence that could support the theory of a lost 
civilization in Japan has been lost, left to neglect or 
destroyed due to modern day expansion. In other cases, it would appear that the stones from these ancient ruins have been used to create the castles and temples that 
ironically make up the official version of Japan's ancient history today. 
Nagusa Megalith area, Tochigi
What remains is a trail of puzzling ruins, pyramid 
mountains, ancient script and petroglyphs found 
scattered across Japan from remote mountain tops to 
way beneath the waves of the sea off Okinawa. It is 
imperative that we ensure the protection and 
investigation of Japan's remaining ruins and OOPARTS
(Out of Place Artifacts) , as the last keys to unlocking the true origin of Japan and her people.
Amenoiwatate Shrine, Nara
 Most people would be surprised to learn that an ancient network of pyramids exists across Japan and that these pyramids may in fact be the oldest pyramids in the world. This startling information was first brought to the attention ofthe public by Katsutoki Sakai in 1932, when he publicly announced the discovery of Ashitake Mountain in Hiroshima, the first place in Japan to be acknowledged as a pyramid mountain.
Ashitakeyama Pyramid, Hiroshima

Sakai was greatly influenced by the mysterious TakeuchiDocument which amongst other startling revelations 
coded in ancient script (神代文字), records the 
existence of pyramid mountains across Japan. Japan's pyramid mountains are not the same as the stone 
structures we usually associate with the Egypt or 
Mexico, but rather make use of natural mountains themselves of which Japan is abundant. 
Senganmori Pyramid, Fukushima
Sakai claimed that in countries where natural mountains were not present it became necessary to create man-made pyramids. Sakai's public announcement caused a 
pyramid boom in pre-war Japan which then eventually 
died down until recent years, when startling new survey 
results renewed an interest in Japan's pyramid 
network. Mountains believed to be pyramids can be 
found across Japan and share certain common 
characteristics which define them as pyramids : 
astrological positioning of the mountain and actual 
pyramid shape, existence of stone megalith alignments either at the top of the mountain or in the nearby vicinity,existence of a stone circle and/ or sun-stone at the very top of the pyramid and presence of earthenware believed to be used for ceremonial purposes . 
Whale Rock Megalith, Fukushima
These certain characteristics have led to the theory that pyramid mountains served asenergy conductors for the earth in a vast network of ancient technology spreading across Japan. Strange phenomenom such as bright lights and UFO sightings are also common at pyramid sites 
further adding to the mystery of their purpose and origin.
Oyu Stone Circle, Akita
OOPARTS is used to denote ancient artifacts and other physical evidence that do not fit the current accepted 
view of history and archeology. Although unknown to 
the general public atlarge, OOPARTS can be found all 
over Japan supporting the strongpossibility that certain chapters of Japan's ancient history are missing.
Amenoiwa Shrine, Nara
Due to the large number of OOPARTS in Japan a selection has been chosen for this report and divided into the following three categories:
A surprising number of mysterious ruins leave a puzzling trail across Japan scattered on distant mountain tops, hidden deep in ancient forests, or lying off Japan's coastal waters. They all exhibit consistent features and markings which suggest they all share a common origin but not one that has been identified by our history books.
Masuda Iwabune Monolith, Asuka
The majority of these ruins have yet to undergo any formal investigation except for those ruins whose massive 
size alone ensured that they were noticed leading to formal research and surveys of the site. Most famous of all of Japan's OOPART ruins is the underwater temple 
structure discovered in 1986 off Yonaguni Island in Okinawa. Continued research by Masaaki Kimura(University of the Ryukyus) has led to conclusive evidence that the 
structure is man-made and may certainly pre-date what we currently believe to be the world's oldest 
Yonaguni Monument,Okinawa
Main evidence to date includes: tool marking, road and 
stairway structure, letters/symbols, Maoi head, terrace 
formation as well as a sun-stone and animal relief 
structures. It is imperative that we ensure the 
preservation of Japan's ancient ruins found both on land and underwater so that research may be carried out to evaluate whether they pre-date what are believed
to be out oldest civilizations today as evidence so far 
Amenoiwatate Shrine, Nara
If estimates that the Yonaguni monument date back to 
between 6000-10,000 BC are correct, and that there is a connection between the underwater ruin and the lost 
ruins on land, then the implications for human history are astounding!
Tojintaba Ruins,Shikoku
Mt. Gozaisho Megalith, Mie
Ancient stone megaliths such as those alignments found at Stonehenge and Carnak are recognized the world 
over, but few people know about Japan's considerable 
number of striking megalith alignments found across the country. Often found at the peak or upper side of 
pyramid mountains or places of sacred importance, 
these mysterious formations of no yet known origin 
pose some serious questions. Foremost of which being 
the question of how people in ancient times were able to move or maneouvre massive stones often weighing 
hundreds of tons.
Mt.Tsukuba Megalith, Ibaraki
Surprisingly very little research has been undertaken 
concerning Japan's ancient megaliths, and it is only in 
recent years that surveys like the one being carried out at the Kanayama Megalith in Gifu are revealing fascinating evidence that whoever placed these stone structures had a deep understanding of astronomy and the movement of the sun on days such as the equinox and the solstice.
Kaneyama Megalith, Gifu
Many of Japan's megaliths are found near to or at the 
top of pyramid mountains suggesting that their function was closely connected to the purpose of the pyramids
themselves. If theories that Japan's pyramid mountains served to regulate the flow of energy into the earth are 
correct, then these stone megaliths mayhave acted as 
energy conductors for the forces of cosmic energy on 
days of astrological importance such as the equinox and solstice.
Tarabo Pyramid Mountain, Shiga
CURIOUS MARKINGS When examining the ruins which 
have no known origin across Japan's remote mountains and forests, it appears almost they have collapsed in the wake of a huge cataclysm. If it can be proved that the 
underwater monument in Yonaguni is connected to the 
lost ruins across Japan then the possibility of a 10,000BC datingwould confirm that that these ruins did indeed 
survive the cataclysm of the last ice age which would 
also account for the apparent collapsed state.
Mt.Gozaisho, Mie
Japan's underwater ruins have better survived time than those ruins remaining ruins on land which have been 
subjected to weather corrosion and the massive land 
development of modern day Japan. It is a formidable 
task therefore to compile a conclusive body evidence to show they may be the remains of Japan's oldest 
civilization. One vital key however exists in the form of 
strange rows of markings found on certain ruin stones 
which are almost consistent in shape and form all over 
the country.
Kanagawa (top), Nikko (bottom)
Obviously the work of human hands, what is the purpose of these rows of holes which have been found all over 
the countryfrom lonely mountain tops in Iwate prefecture all the way down to the shores off Yonaguni? How were these holes made in an age where no metal tools existed? Since they have been found at sites all over the country, it is highly likely that they are the work of the same 
civilization but according the history books no such 
civilization existed in Japan's pre-history.
Okinawa Rosetta Stone
Although it is generally believed that the introduction of 
kanji into Japan from China in the 5th century are the 
beginnings of written script in Japan, traces of earlier 
script and petroglphys have been found across Japan. 
This script is known as Kamiyoji and has been found in 
ancient texts and carved into the stones at shrines and 
in other objects of spiritual worship. Petrogyphs have 
also been found across Japan and OOPARTS 
such as the Okinawa Rosetta Stone raise serious 
questions as to the true origins of written scriptin Japan. The Rosetta Stone which is currently housed in the 
Okinawa Prefectural Musuem, are a series of stone tablets found on the Okinawan mainland 
starting from the year 1932.
Ancient Script, Shiga
BRIDGING OUR PAST WITH THE FUTURE Anyone who stands in front of the Great Pyramids in 
Egypt, Stonehenge or theNazca Lines in Peru, cannot 
help feel an excitement and sense of awe at the power 
and wisdom of the creations left to us by ancient 
civilizations.The same feeling is felt when the Yonaguni 
underwater monument in Okinawafirst comes into sight, especially when our current understanding of history
has no place for such anomalies. 
Yonaguni ruin stone
For centures the human curiousity has been sparked 
by the fantastic tales of lost civilizations of Atlantis, Mu 
and Lemuria, but it is only in our recent age today that 
actual archeological findings are turning these tales of 
fantastic fiction into the new chapters of our ancient 
history! Japan is emerging as a surpising location for 
numerous ruins both underwater and on land which hold vital clues to finally unravel many of the world's ancient mysteries.Can it be dismissed as a pure coincidence 
that the many ruins found underwater and on land 
across the Pacific just so happen to be where the 
continent of Mu was supposed to have sunk?
Of even more immeditate interest are the findings that 
the Yonaguni monument may have existed around 
10,000BC when Mu was supposed to have disappeared under the waves.What is the origin of the many 
underwater ruins being discovered off the waters of 
Okinawa in recent years? Many stories which have been past down from ancient times speak of a lost paradise 
once known by humanity, and the Okinawans too speak of a godly paradise known as Nirai Kanai which exists 
across the waves.
Kudaka Island, Okinawa
New understanding of our history and roots as the human race can serve as a beacon of renewed hope for our 
age to follow. If like our ancestors we return to a way of life which honors the cycles of nature and our earth 
above all else, we may also once again witness great 
creations on our earth when the human mind becomes 
one with nature. Let us turn a new page in our history 
books together and seek to create a magical legacy for 
future generations to come just as our ancestors did for us in a far off golden age. 
Japan's Lost Civilization Mystery Tours
Did you know that the amazing 
trail of mysterious ruins which dot the country of Japan may be the 
last remains of the lost continent 
of Mu? Come on an adventure to be 
remembered and be one of the 
first to discover a world of ancient ruins which is one day going to 
rewrite the world's history books! The wealth of archeological 
findings waiting in Japan is 
staggering, and waiting for your discovery TODAY!
Kara plans special tours to these places to meet your specific needs and budgets, and is the only person in the world bringing this knowledge about Japan's lost super-civilization to the English speaking world.
For further details please contact Kara at : kara_y12@hotmail.com

Kara is the author of "Spirit of Mu - the untold story of Japan's ancient history and has over ten years of experience visiting the many ancient ruins of Japan which have yet to be identified in terms of origin and age. On thorough investigation however, the evidence is overwhelming that the many ruins lying scattered across Japan have the same base roots as the 
Yonaguni underwater monument in Okinawa, which is now believed to be up to 10,000 years old. Our history books 
however, have no record of any advanced civilization at this 
Japan may be the vital proof archeologists and historians need to fill in the missing chapters of our true world history. Seeing one of these ancient sites is an amazing experience which you are sure never to forget and will change your idea about Japan forever!


  1. Thankyou for the interesting set of images that brings new awareness to the less known areas of Japan. Amazing Monoliths & Mountains.

  2. Greetings friends
    These topics are very interesting
    I have found what could be an ooparts but we can not speculate until the laboratory results are ready
    This is the video link.