Mogic thinks

With 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 the process in this section.

Representative Director Yoichi Yamane


Switch to a brush pen.

I used to study calligraphy and penmanship for about 10 years, and now I use brush pens and calligraphy pens to do some writing on my mornings off.

I didn't have enough enthusiasm to get out my brush and inkstone, and just writing with a crisp pen was boring, so I shifted a bit and settled on that style.

You may ask, "Why do you write by hand now, when you use a computer everyday? I'm sure you'll say, "Because it's comfortable.

It's not as speedy or accurate as digital typing, and it gets old once and for all, but the time spent writing is comfortable.

With the sound of the brush brush brushing, many things come to mind and then disappear.

Where should I start writing to make my sentences fit better? How do I balance the size of kanji and hiragana? Doesn't this speed cause bleeding?

This kanji should stick out like a rocky mountain, this hiragana like flowing water, and I may have failed in this area before.

When I look at what I've written later, I'm somewhat embarrassed to see that it's all jammed up in the front and off-axis.

Perhaps it's because my assumption that I could write better is beaten to death.

Even though it's the same thing as writing, typing digitally and holding a brush clearly have different meanings.

I don't think there is any one that is better than the other, but I think it is important to take a closer look at them, changing hands, changing products.