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. 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 held in Yamanashi Japan that brings the various aspects of Mammoth under a single sky. Published by Knee High Media:
Mammoth, is a Japanese magazine for kids and parents- with a bit of english for out of Japan readers. This issue explores Japan - where it's been and where it's heading. The Mammoth Japon issue features artwork by Philippe Weisbecker as well as Kazunari Hattori. In addition you can read interviews with: Tatsuru Uchida, Kaori Yamada, Risaku Suzuki, Mari & Komaki Fuji, Norio Yamanaka and Tetsuo Yamaori.