BOOK – GUIDE TO JAPAN

“You Only Live Twice” On The Tracks Of 007 Guide To Japan Written By Martijn Mulder (Author Of “On The Tracks of 007”), With An Introduction By Oscar® Winning Sound Editor Norman Wanstall, This Guide Contains 170 Pages Filled With Info, 250 Behind the scenes Photos, Location Photos And Maps. It Is The Ultimate Field Guide Dedicated To The 50th Anniversary Of ‘You Only Live Twice’. Cover Artwork By Jeffrey Marshall ISBN 9789081329408. Signed Copy With Dedication By Author Martijn Mulde

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In 1966, Eon Productions Decided To Film The Fifth James Bond Adventure In Japan: You Only Live Twice, Based On The Novel By Ian Fleming Which Was Published Two Years Before. The Film That Resulted From These Efforts Came Out In 1967 And Was An Unsurpassed Visual Spectacle. The Exciting Tokyo Neon Signs, The Beautiful Countryside Temples And The Rural Villages And Volcanoes Gave The Film A Very Exotic Background. Today, Japan Is Still A Very Attractive Travel Destination And This Book Will Encourage You To Follow The Tracks Of Her Majesty’s Best Known Secret Agent

Go On An Exciting Journey From Tokyo To Kagoshima, Revisiting All The Filming Locations Used In ‘You Only Live Twice’. From Osato Chemicals HQ To Tiger Tanaka’s Countryside House, From Blofeld’s Volcano Base To The Remote Shrine Where Bond Married Kissy. It’s An Action Packed Adventure For Movie Buffs, Bond Fans And Film Location Hunters. Includes A Bonus Trip To Hashima (Gunkanjima Or Battleship Island) In Nagasaki Bay, Which Served As The Model For Silva’s Hideout In Skyfall 2012
On The Tracks Of 007/Martijn Mulder, Netherlands 2017

Preview: You Only Live Twice Japan Tour April 6 – April 19, 2018
An Exclusive Trip For A Small Group Of 40 Travellers, Guided By Martijn Mulder On A Fabulous Once-In-A-Lifetime Tour Of Japan Find Out More

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1 Comment
  • Jon Heitland

    2017/09/13 at 18:06 Reply

    Trying to figure out how to buy a copy of the YOLT Guide to Japan book.

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