Japan has become one of the world’s biggest “hot spots” to see a UFO, according to newly declassified Pentagon documents dating back to 1996.
This new government information and simplified map — part of the Defense Department’s freshly unveiled, online “unidentified anomalous phenomena” reporting system — highlights southern Japan as one of Earth’s most popular regions where UFOs have been sighted.
Since 2020, the Japanese military has also been instructed to take photos and record all that is inexplicable in the skies.
Japan’s most popular sighting areas throughout the island nation all have one distinct commonality: a major nuclear incident.
The map’s hot spot includes the greater regions around Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the two cities where American forces detonated the atom bombs that ended World War II in 1945.
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