The data are the outcome of the high energy particle physics experiments conducted at KEK (the Japanese Organization for High Energy Accelerators). The main focus is to analyse the Belle II data produced by the super KEK-B. The Belle II detector is searching for new discoveries in the head-on collisions of electrons and positrons of high energy. Belle II will explore the mystery of the matter and anti-matter imbalance that came to dominate the universe and will search for dark matter. The data are needed for indirect searches for new physics, and is complementary.