If you're one of the people who saw the last film of "James Bond" Skyfall, you must be impressed with a scene of a deserted island with the feel of that wonderful decor, but the fact is that it already exists in the Island of Japan.
Deserted island called name "Hashima" and sometimes "Jankang'ema" and is located near the coast of Japan, was an ancient source of coal.
The island characterizes with structures of concrete for residential buildings deserted, with barrier for the sea, and was inhabited with people in the period from 1887 until 1974 where they were working coal mines, and is currently part of the city, "Nagasaki", but before that it belonged to the city of "Takeshima."
With the transformation of the world's dependence on oil through the sixties, Japan began to shut coal mines in some parts of the region including mines Island "Hashima" where the "Mitsubishi" company of Japan announced officially to be closed in 1974.
Currently the island is still free and does not contain only the ruined buildings of concrete, prompting some to launch name as the "island abandoned" for it, has been re-allow civilians to travel to the island on April 22 after 35 years of closure, which enabled the team of the action film "Skyfall" to film several scenes there.