007 Museum

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The 007 Museum is dedicated to the James Bond novel "The Man with the Red Tattoo" by Raymond Benson. The story is set partially on Naoshima; however, it was never made into a movie. The museum aims to bring attention to the novel with the hope that it will eventually be adapted to film.

Exhibits include fan art and scenes from "The Man with the Red Tattoo" and a short movie titled "From Naoshima with Love", which was filmed on Naoshima and nearby Takamatsu. In addition, there are posters and paraphernalia from actual Bond movies, especially from the movie "You Only Live Twice", so far the only James Bond movie set in Japan.

Get There and Around

The 007 Museum is a short walk from the Miyanoura Ferry Terminal.

How to get to and around Naoshima

Hours and Fees

Hours

9:00 to 17:00

Closed

New Year holidays

Fees

Free

English

Moderate
Last updated: May 4, 2014
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