Mogic is a thinker.

With a combination of a small number of people + software + servers and robots
We are moving forward with a new era of company management.
I hope to share some of that process with you in this section.

Representative Director Yoichi Yamane

May 30, 2022

Holidays, hobbies, boredom, 21st century

We regularly receive the following complaint from intern students: "I am so bored on my days off. I have no hobbies, so I laze around and regret it.

When I asked him if he really has no hobbies, I was surprised to hear that he does not.

Cooking, tea, shopping, walking, reading manga, watching Netflix, playing games, internet, barbecuing, sightseeing.

I think those could be hobbies, but something else seems to be stuck because they are not hobbies and boredom is not confusing.

Incidentally, although there are various theories, the concept of "leisure" and having more than two days off per week is said to have become widespread in the 1930s after the Industrial Revolution.

From there, leisure facilities for weekend play were built, national parks for mountain hiking were developed, and a style of extended vacation stays was created.

But come to think of it, it is only 100 years old, and in Japan it is probably even shorter.

And so now we are constantly connected online, and the distinction between time spent working and even time spent having fun is blurring.

As the difficulty of their way of life continues to increase, we continue to discuss what is a good way for them to live.