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マンモススクールとは、未来をリードしていく子どもたちのためにマンモスが提案するコンセプト。本誌、WEB、イベントを連動させ、教育の新しいスタン ダートを探る試みです。以下はマンモススクールの基本理念。親と子がともに学び合い、豊かなこころを育むきっかけとなるようなアイデアを発信していきま す。

Mammoth projects strive to connect with children through their parents, and help them develop big minds, dream big dreams, and become adults with big hearts. Mammoth magazine began in 2000 with the launch of it’s initial issue in creating an educational media that could be read and enjoyed by both adults and children alike a new type of bi-lingual communication. Since 2000 mammoth has been collaborating with the clothing brand Ships in creating a Ships + Mammoth line of clothing. Mammoth also created a ground breaking shop called 3 Feet High in Osaka that set the standard for what kids select shops should be. Currently Mammoth is creating a new standard in education by introducing Mammoth School, a new school of learning centered on play. And since 2008 Mammoth has been host to Mammoth Pow-Wow a yearly music and camp festival that brings the various aspects of Mammoth under a single sky.

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In the Spring of 2002, Knee High Media, Japan began working on Paper Sky magazine. Since then Paper Sky has steadily amassed a sophisticated, well-informed and progressive readership drawn to the magazine’s distinctive celebration of a life of travel. Paper Sky is a record of the spirit of the places or Sky’s it passes beneath as passing through the pages of the magazine is a journey in itself. Paper Sky is a door to the world and each issue features unique stories and stunning photography which offers readers the sensation of travel, inspires them to actually make a trip and shows them a different way of doing it.

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「PAPERSKY ツール・ド・ニッポン」は、雑誌『PAPERSKY』と連動した参加型の旅企画です。日本各地の魅力を、その土地で暮らすクリエイターや情報発信者とともに探し、その土地を体感するサイクリングを中心に、そこでしか味わえない体験をとおして、参加者にその土地の魅力を伝えます。

Papersky’s Tour de Nippon project is about finding the magic of Japan’s rural districts, their inhabitants, nature, culture and food. We travel to various prefectures and ride bicycles. Traveling via bicycle allows us a clean and healthy way to explore Japan’s rural areas.