Hello, Everybody there!
I got an idea of a Japanese Peopling Framework, based on Y-chromosome DNA data, as shown below.
Paleolithic Down to circa 14,000 BCE
C1-M8 5.40% Hunters Stone Post God
Cordmark/Jomon Pottery Circa 14,000-1,000 BCE (Northern Kyushu)
D2-P37.1* 3.90% Jomon Gatherers-Food Keepers Salt God
D2a-M116.1 16.60% Jomon Gatherers-Food Keepers Salt God
D2a1-M125* 12.00% Jomon Gatherers-Food Keepers Salt God
D2a1a-P42 2.30% Jomon Gatherers-Food Keepers Salt God
Early Yayoi Circa 900-800 BCE (Northern Kyushu)
O3-M122* 6.60% Liaoning Dajingzi Copper Miners Yan Millet Farmers Huang/Tu God
Bronze Bell Casters
Former Yayoi Circa 800-400 BCE (Northern Kyushu)
O3a3-LINE1 3.10% Wu Emigrant/Emigre Yangze Delta Paddy Farmers Fuxi-Nuwa
Middle Yayoi Circa 400-1 BCE (Northern Kyushu)
N1c1-M178 0.40% Dapple Horse Dinglings/Samus Bronze Dagger Casters
Late Yayoi Circa 1 - 200 AD
O2a-M95* 1.90% Yue Emigrant/Emigre Navigators
O2b-SRY 7.70% Duck (Yenisei) Alligator Catchers "O"
Tonglushan Copper Miners
O2b1-47z 22.00% Amur Wa/Okcho
N1-LLY22g* 1.20% Proto-GokTurk Iron Smiths
C3c-M86 1.20% Trans-Baikal Deer Herders Yemaek
Swan Totem (Yama/Susanowo)
C3-M217* 1.90% Cis-Baikal Horse Pasturaists Ye
Circa 369 AD (Ojin aka "Hormusta" Dynasty Wa-Baekje Pact/Seven Branch Sword)
NO-M214* 2.30% Qiangic Xi-rongs Emigre from Qi State
O3a3c-M134 10.40% Emigre Qins from Qin Empire Light Industry Masters
R-M207 0.40% Kushan Merchants/Scriptures Translaters
(Certain faction of them called Uars, Hephthalites might have entered
yet earlier in Late Yayoi.)
Circa 507-531 AD Keitai Dynasty
Q-P36 0.40% Proto-Uigur/Kets/Dome Chamber Tumuli Designers
Circa 538-710 AD Asuka Period
I-P19 0.40% Kushan/Roman Masons, Gardeners, Designers
Following Mongolian classification by anthropological clusters might effectively be applied to above Japanese YDNA based classification:
Comparison of Asian Bronze and Early Iron Age populations shows that these populations are divided into five major clusters except for the population from Manchuria.
Yenisei/Amur Wa O2b-SRY O2b1-47z Alligator Catching/Waterfront Economy - Duck Myth/River Cult
The first cluster combines most of the populations from West Mongolia, the Altai mountain region, South Siberia, Korea and Japan (Yayoi period), but in turn the first cluster divides into three subclusters.
Tu/Tufang O3-M122* Liaoning Yan Bronze Bell Casters
The second cluster includes populations from Inner Mongolia, Central and Northwest China.
Yuezhi R-M207 Yuezhi Greater/Minor (Uar/Hephthalite)
The populations from Altai (Afanasevo culture), North Kazakhstan (Usunian culture) and South Siberia (Minusinsk culture) belong to the third cluster.
Yemaek C3c-M86 Trans-Baikal Deer Herders
The populations from the slab grave culture from East Mongolia and Karasuk culture from Central Tuva belong to the fourth cluster.
Ye C3-M217* Cis-Baikal Horse Pasturalists
The fifth cluster combines the populations from Cis-Baikalia (slab grave culture), Minusinsk (Okunev culture) and West Mongolia (culture of graves with no inventory).
The separation of Bronze Age populations from Northeast Asia into several clusters and subclusters may show intensive intermingling of the Caucasoid and Mongoloid populations during this historical period.