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Hashima island is near the mouth of Nagasaki harbour. It is about 19 miles from the center of the city.
In popular culture[change | change source]
References[change | change source]
- Kawamoto, Yasuhiko. "Deserted 'Battleship Isle' may become heritage ghost ship," Japan Times, February 17, 2009; retrieved 2012-10-5.
- Nussbaum, Louis-Frédéric. (2005). "Hashima" in Japan Encyclopedia, p. 294.
- Frater, Jamie. (2009). The Ultimate Book of Top Ten Lists: A Mind-Boggling Collection of Fun, p. 697.
- UNESCO, "The Modern Industrial Heritage Sites in Kyûshû and Yamaguchi"; retrieved 2012-10-5.
- Bureau of Mines, Dept. of Agriculture and Commerce of Japan. (1909) Mining in Japan, past and present, p. 126.
- Burke-Gaffney, Brian. "Hashima: The Ghost Island," Crossroads: A Journal of Nagasaki History and Culture (Summer 1996), Vol. 4, pp. 33–52; retrieved 2012-10-5.
- MI6-hq.com, "Another 'Skyfall' location recreated at Pinewood," 12 April 2012; Techbuzz.com, "James Bond Upcoming Movie “Skyfall”; retrieved 2012-10-6.
Other websites[change | change source]
- "The way to world heritage Gunkanjima (Japanese)
- "Geisterstadt im Ozean" at Der Spiegel (German)
- "Hashima--forgotten island of tragedy" at Korea Times
- Photo images at Gunkanjima.com
- "Abandoned towns of the world" at Telegraph.co.uk