“Pyorrhea was widespread, and many teeth 
        are missing, but where deterioration is otherwise
      not serious, missing teeth are evidence of an 
extraction practice induldged in at about the age of puberty, 
affecting an estimated 70 percent of the males but only 
about 30% of females. Some minor differences can be seen 
between sexes regarding the selection of teeth for mutilation. 
A few of the remaining teeth were filed in a V-shaped way. In 
no sites did everyone undergo the ritual, and its absence is 
not necessarily attributable to differences in time. The best
 explanation is some mixing of tribal groups, especially the 
   taking  of wives from neighboring peoples which did not 
    indulge in  the practice.” IN: Edward Kidder,  Ancient Japan 
        – the making of the past, (Elsevier-Phiadon, 
                            Oxford, 1977),  p. 43.WHAT IS THE STORY BEHIND THE JOMON, THE AINU, AND THE ANU? WHY IMPORTANT? The Jomon are an Old Stone Age people
resembling the African types in the Upper Paleolithic Siberia snf Northern Europe (see link A) who were sea-faring, pottery-using
people. Near 10,000 BC they entered Japan and became known as the Jomon people. They exited history between 400 BC and the
time of Christ. This was the same time an African-phentyped people entered Japan from Korea bringing agriculture, iron-use, and
herring-combed pottery that originated in the Sudan near 5500 BC and travelled northeast ending in China and Japan. 

THE STORY OF THE TEETH: Beatrice Midant Reynes, an Egyptologist, writes that tooth removal [1, 2] is a Negro trait. This was also
found (see text circle above) among the Ainu). In addition, the text circle notes that filed teeth were found among the Ainu (see filed
teeth in 4 from Japan; 3 from Africans in Mexico; 5, 6 from the Congo. The text circle above notes that as much as 70% of the population
had V-filed teeth!!  This was the same percentage of 180 African slaves buried in New York with filed teeth. And among the Jomon and 
Ainu were also the striated teeth [8, 9] as in Africa and India of its prehistoric African phase. The Japanese cranium [4, 8, 9] longer than 
they are wide (i.e. doliocephalic) reveal the Jomon and Ainu as African all would agree. Whites and Mongul peoples virtually have no
decorative tooth modelling tradition. Only the African does. Isn’t that right? Teeth and cranium show Africans in Japan as where 
genetics does not yet. Genes aren’t god and cannot prove everything. Archeology can suffice where genetics do not touch African, art history, Paul Marc Washington,