How does Shinto (Japanese traditional religion) think about work?
Reading “Kojiki,” the oldest religious book in Shinto, we can find that Amaterasu-Ohmikami, the greatest goddess in Shinto, weaved by herself.
Shinto gods and goddesses work by themselves.
It is very natural that people think working is important.
This idea has been influencing Japanese identity for a long time.
All of these things are evidence that work is central to the happiness of mankind.