Mogic Thinking

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

President Yoichi Yamane

Bouldering wall under construction

The empty room in the basement was originally a theater room, but no one used it, so they decided to make it boulderable.

Bouldering is an attempt to do it underground, where there are countless hooks on a high wall and you have to reach up and put your feet on them.

Then, when it came to how to make boulderable walls and hooks, we decided to do it with D.I.Y., which is our specialty, and asked the woodworking department (the company's special technology department) to do it for us.

The first order of business is safety. This is important, because it would be difficult for the whole wall to fall down.

The next important thing is that you want it to be something that tickles your curiosity of "how do you do that, how do you do that," rather than just having a wall and yay for climbing it.

Spent several hours on ideation and strength design, and it looks like construction will begin soon.

At the same time, the craft room on the 4th floor (where there are special equipment used by the woodworkers and where they can craft) will also be half renovated because of the arrival of the new cutting machine.

Thus, Mogic's offices are redecorated on a cycle of at least once every six months.