Journey to Japan and discover a land of tea and tropics, wabi-sabi and wonder. A place where symbolism abounds and nothing is without purpose. For here you’ll find an ancient and powerful landscape that has shaped history yet still dictates the rhythms of modern life. There are illuminated capitals and pockets of untouched wilderness, both marked by a deep sense of spirituality. Art flourishes, design inspires and others come first. May the light never dim on the Land of the Rising Sun.
Aotearoa, New Zealand, is a land of myth, created, according to Maori lore, when the Polynesian Demi-God Maui cast a fishhook crafted from an ancestor's jawbone off the canoe in which he had stowed himself away.
With this, he hauled from the ocean's depths a giant fish, which became the North Island, its mountains and rivers carved out by his brothers impatient to devour the catch. The South Island is their canoe, with secluded Rakiura, found at what feels like the end of the earth, formed from its anchor stone.
Today, with its sleeping volcanoes, mighty fjords, seemingly endless coastline and ability to make visitors feel deliciously small, New Zealand remains shrouded in a special kind of magic.
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Issue #4 is the beginning of a new and improved HCwBB now we're quarterly! With a richer A5 format and foiling, this pretty publication also packs a punch. Contents here:
England ... it is sylvan, unpredictable, sublime, originative and contradictory - a land of eccentricity and ingenuity, a mix of worlds, practices and lifestyles all enriched and enlivened by an enthrallingly complex past. Travel here and discover more than you thought possible - and that defining Englishness is a daunting task indeed. This is a magazine about forests, crags and drystone walls; about culinary daring, crumbling ruins and journeys into the wild. It is an ode to literary histories and a smuggling past, coastal towns and cultural capitals. Recalling long forgotten giants and lingering lore, this is our homage to England and the verve that makes it eternal.
Welcome to the First issue of TMix+, a quarterly Thermomix magazine in print! We love that there is now a whole magazine devoted to our favourite kitchen appliance. Filled with delicious recipes, foodie articles and great cooking tips and how-to's
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Cooking Sections, Dan Pearson & Juergen Teller, Nick Knight and Matthieu Lavanchy. Fassbinder's movies; travels to Tibet, Argentina and the Alps with Lindsay Sekulowicz, Ana Cuba and Jonas Marguet. Tree Barks by Shota Nakamura. Solar Food Dryer with Coke Bartrina and Matthew Wright gardening wisdom.
Plant's choice Elephant Ear + special collaboration with Viviane Sassen exclusively for this issue.
Our Holiday Special brings a double issue of happy fashion, Christmas markets and winter cinema. Inside: Europe's smallest nation grows up, Italy's top news title and how to lay a table for the festive season.