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.
Once upon a time, I studied calligraphy and penmanship for about ten years, and now I switch to brush and calligraphy pens and write vaguely on my mornings off.
I lacked the spunk to get out the brush and inkstone, and just writing with a crunchy pen was boring, so I shifted it around a bit and settled on that style.
Why write by hand now, when you use a computer every day? So I'll just write down the reason why, because it's comfortable.
It's not as speedy or accurate as digital typing, and the time spent writing is comfortable, even though it gets older and older once in a while.
Many things come and go with the sound of brush strokes.
Where to start writing to make the sentence fit better? How to balance the size of kanji and hiragana? At this speed, it's going to bleed
This kanji should be as protruding as a rocky mountain, this hiragana should be like flowing water, I might have failed around here before.
It is somewhat embarrassing to look at your writing afterwards and see that it is extremely stuck or off-axis.
Perhaps it's because my beliefs that I could write better are overturned.
There seems to be a clear difference between typing digitally and holding a brush when it comes to writing the same sentence.
I don't think there is no such thing as "better", but rather it's important to take a closer look at the product by changing hands.