After the Fujimura’s Scandal, a plenty of Japanese Paleolithic researchers estimate to deny the presence of the Middle Paleolithic stage in the Japanese Archipelago. They constrain the certain MP materials to the Musashino X Layer Stage, however, is that correct? Takesa-Nakahara Site in the central Japan had excavated much deliberately after the Fujimura’s Scandal and that it belongs to the stage before the Upper Paleolithic is sure, based on the its assemblage made from middle and large flakes. Although, as other site composing of same assemblage is nothing, these many researchers guess to be ranked it to the stage of Early UP. However, since a new same assemblage discovered from the Shimohondani Site, locality of the water supply pond in the Hiroshima Prefecture in turn, it is high possibility that the single stage composed of these two sites presented in the transition from MP to UP.