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Too Much Magazine
Issue 3
Issue three of Too Much is about migrant people, the things they carry, and the mirages calling them forth: about bodies migrating to the realm of the dead, about travelling to where your garments are made (not the other way around), about the migration of colours, the movement of Zambian money and sweet potatoes, traveling across networks of ideas and associations, immigrating to a land that isn't receptive to foreigners, and about where Tokyo's migrant workers will live in the year 2050.
Each copy of TOO MUCH Magazine Issue Three, comes with "TOO MUCH Magazine Recipe Supplement #1," an A2 size poster of recipe by Jerome Waag and Alice Waters from Chez Panisse.


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Too Much Magazine
Issue 2
The new issue is a continuation of writing and research about how we experience and interface with the physical world; with spaces, landscapes and structures. However due to the enormity of the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami, this theme for Issue 2 revolves around rebuilding. Articles, essays and interviews deal with the construction of ideal cities, the virtue of building shelter, experiment in relocating (to the countryside, or jungle, or desert), and possibilities for living in different ways.
Each copy of Issue two comes with "London 1991-1992" a 40 page supplement of photographs by Takashi Homma.

Too Much Magazine
Issue 1

The first issue of TOO MUCH features long interviews with two foreign associate architects from Japanese architecture unit SANAA (a discussion about Tokyo), film director Mike Mills (about his documentary on antidepressants in Japan), stylist Nicola Formichetti (about creativity and double culture). You'll find articles about skateboarding and buildings, an image report on the construction of a skateboard bowl by internationally acclaimed photographer Taro Hirano, a parasite magazine made by design unit Abake, Taro Igarashi's look at "Gigantic Architecture by Japanese Sects," as well as pieces cover art, fashion, the environment, and physics.