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Now Available: On the tracks of 007's Guide to Japan
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of You Only Live Twice, this is the ultimate field guide to the James Bond locations in Japan. From the exciting neon signs of Tokyo to the historical castle of Himeji, from the serene temples of Nachisan to the adventurous volcanoes of Kyushu. This book will take you on an exciting trip through one of the most beautiful countries in the world! Featuring chapters on the making of You Only Live Twice, ninjitsu, Ian Fleming's journeys to Japan and much more. With over 250 behind the scenes photos, location photos and maps! read more...
“No Bond fan who’s thinking of visiting any of the countries in which 007 has had adventures should be without this indispensable guide! Where the Bond traveller may once have wasted many valuable hours in an effort to locate the various film locations in whichever country, Martijn Mulder and Dirk Kloosterboer’s exhaustive work has lifted that burden from all 007 holidaymakers, making their trip to that country even more enjoyable.”
While we didn't include maps in the book version, they have always been part of the digital editions. And they can be very handy, especially when you want to travel to a certain area, country or city. So we re-introduce the map section, for your convenience!
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2015 marked the 20th anniversary of our James Bond locations website, making it one of the longest running James Bond dedicated websites on the internet. But it's not your average 007 website. It's dedicated fully to the (often) exotic filming locations used in the Bond films around the globe. Wanna know how this came about?
'On the tracks of 007' is a project originally conceived by Dirk Kloosterboer and Martijn Mulder. In a sad twist of fate, Dirk lost his life in 2004. With the help of many friends from the Bonf fan community, 'On the tracks of 007' was finally published as a travel guide to the location, back in 2008.