The tests that test your patrilineal (Y-DNA) and matrilineal or mother-line ancestry (mtDNA) haplogroups are the only ones that are non-speculative versus an autosomal test, in which a marketer throws spaghetti against the wall.
Haplogroup R-M269 Migration
Origin: R-M269 is the most common haplogroup in western Europe, where its branches are clustered in various national populations, including in the Basque, in Ireland, and on the fringes of the North Sea.
Highlight: R-M269 is found in more than 50% of men in western Europe.
Example Populations: Irish, Basques, British, French
Haplogroup M7 Migration
Origin: Haplogroup M7 is most abundant among people who are descended from the pre-agricultural inhabitants of the Japanese islands – especially the Ainu, who live on the northern island of Hokkaido, and the Ryukuans, who live on Okinawa and neighboring islands.
Highlight: Haplogroup M7 appears to have been common among Japan's earliest inhabitants.
Example Populations: Ainu, Ryukyuans