Japan has opened a research laboratory dedicated to unexplained phenomena near the site of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, nearly a year after it was reported that the Japanese Ministry of Defense would make plans for any potential encounters with unidentified flying objects, and the laboratory would work to solve the mystery “of these things, and its director will be Takaharu Mikami is 51 years old.
According to the British newspaper, “Daily Mail”, Mikami said: “I hope that the research laboratory will serve as a base for receiving information, and lead to new discoveries.
The new laboratory is located in Ino, Fukushima Prefecture, just miles from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant (Fukushima-1) in Okuma, Fukushima.
The UFO lab will look at a number of scenes that occurred near the area, which it calls the “Home of Unidentified Flying Objects.”
In May 2020, the Japanese Ministry of Defense began considering measures to respond to, record and report confrontations, especially since the unknown nature of such things may confuse SDF pilots, including aircraft. F-15 fighter.
The update from the Department of Defense came just one week after the Pentagon officially released three videos of unidentified aerial phenomena captured by Navy planes that have been circulating to the public for years.
The long-awaited report from the Pentagon on the subject of the unspecified weather phenomenon was not presented (UAPs) Any explanation for 140 of the 144 observations dating back to 2004.