In this post, we are going to discuss a certain old bonsai tree that has been discovered by our fellow hunter in this community. If you are an avid reader of this blog then you probably already read the topic about the trees that were commonly used by the Japanese Imperial soldiers in marking their hidden Yamashita treasures. And among these trees, bonsai trees is just one among them.
So the questions that we are going to answer into this post are,
“Is it possible that this old bonsai tree has been used by the Japanese Imperial Soldiers as a marker to their hidden Yamashita treasure?”
“Where is the possible digging spot?”
Below is the actual photo of the old bonsai tree that has been discovered here by our fellow treasure hunter in this community.
According to him, there are many other old trees around his site that are similar to this. However, among these trees, this one is the most strange looking one among them all. This is why he only took a picture of this old bonsai tree.
Analyzing the photo of this old tree, I can also say that it is indeed strange and I have no idea what kind of tree it is.
But in order for us to confirm if this is a marker used by the Japanese Imperial soldiers, it really needs support from the other markers around the site.
The other old trees around which have been ignored by our fellow treasure hunter can actually be considered a marker. When it comes to old trees on our site, we do not only consider their strange appearances. We also consider their locations on how they are arranged such as being arranged in a circle, triangle, row, and etc…
Anyway, if we are going to consider if this old bonsai tree is a legit marker then the digging spot is right underneath it. And in most cases, we should be able to uncover the item at around a depth that ranges from 10 to 20 feet. Although, this is only my own personal speculation because surely, there will be buried markers underneath which could lead us into a much different direction.
You may ask if there will be a trap involved when we are going to dig underneath this old bonsai tree. In this current situation where we do not have enough marker, we could not tell if there is a presence of traps. But as an experienced treasure hunter, my best advice is that you should always consider any of your projects the possibility of a setup trap.
As for the volume of the hidden Yamashita treasure, just like what I stated above, we do not have much marker here that can give us a clue about this information. But based again on my own personal experiences on treasure deposits buried under old bonsai trees, their volume ranges from small to medium.
Moreover, this site really needs further searching and exploration. So it is best to avoid digging under this old bonsai tree. It’s because we should first survey the entire surroundings of this site to look for additional markers. Plotting the locations of these old bonsai trees on a “Sketch Map” can also help us a lot in our interpretation.