Fumi-shima

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Fumi-shima in December 2008

Fumi-shima (経島?) is an islet 180 metres (590 ft) from the shore near Izumo, Shimane, Japan. Underwater, in this location, one finds a variety of stone structures reminiscent of human activity, such as formations resembling stairs and others resembling flowers. They do not appear to be from the Jōmon period in origin.[1][unreliable source?]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Fumishima Mystery", Marc Roland, The Barnes Review, Volume 18, Number 4, July/August 2012, pp. 42-47.

Coordinates: 35°25′49″N 132°37′36″E / 35.43028°N 132.62667°E / 35.43028; 132.62667