She was reported missing on by her relatives on February 17, Japanese daily Asahi reported.
Then, late on Sunday, police discovered an unclothed torso in a mountainous part of the wider Osaka prefecture.
The Yomiuri ShimbunSevered body parts have been found in locations indicated by an American man, the Hyogo prefectural police announced Monday. Traces of blood were found at the property, where a large amount of air freshener had also been used, Kyodo reported.
On Feb. 24, law enforcement reportedly found the unidentified missing woman's severed head in a suitcase in the Osaka apartment - reportedly one of multiple condos the American rented while visiting Japan. Both legs were found in Yamashina.
The New York man, who had been in Japan since January for sightseeing purposes, had first denied any allegations against him and refused to answer any questions authorities asked, according to the Asahi Shimbun. None of the woman's belongings have been found.
Friends told police that the woman said she was going to meet an American she met online.
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Local media said the discoveries were based on information supplied by the suspect.
The woman's head was found Saturday in a suitcase at a short-term lodging facility, or minpaku, in the Nishinari ward of the city of Osaka, investigators told the local news media.
The victim is believed to be a woman, 27, from Sanda in Hyogo prefecture, who was last seen on CCTV cameras alongside Mr Bayraktar, just hours before she went missing on February 16.
Additional evidence being reported by Japanese news outlets includes surveillance footage showing the woman near the apartment building.
The police are set to serve a fresh arrest warrant on the man for the disposal and damaging of a body. After he was interrogated, police say Bayraktar told them he buried the woman's body in three different areas in western Japan.