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TOO MUCH is a magazine about “romantic geography” made by international writers and photographers with a Japanese design team. As the world enters an era of widespread urbanisation, TOO MUCH gathers thoughts about cities, the people who live in them, and the effects they have on societies and our environment. The magazine also reports on migrations in and between cities, and the impact this has on race, nationality, language, tradition and customs. Issue two of TOO MUCH – as a response to the recent catastrophic earthquake in Japan – looks at experiences related to rebuilding, relocating, shelter building and the construction of ideal cities.