Monday, March 30, 2009

Now taking Shiraishi Int'l Villa Reservations

Spring "daikon" radishes on Shiraishi Island

We are now taking reservations for the Shiraishi International Villa for April onward. We offer you this free service as a convenience as the Villa reservation system will be making some changes starting April 1, 2009. The main conveniences we bring to you through our reservations service are: communication by email (in English), reservations by email and the ability to reserve rooms last minute, including weekends and holidays. We will also meet you at the port upon your arrival on Shiraishi and show you to your accommodation. We offer you continuing support throughout your stay including language support, updates on weather, ferries, and other useful information. All this we offer for free! So come on out and enjoy the island!

See the Shiraishi International Villa site for availability. They have updated their site so now you can see exactly how many rooms are left as well as which dates are fully booked. After you decide your dates, just email me at shiraishireservations at and we'll take care of the rest.

Also, for a bit of fun with linguistic gymnastics, check out this week's Japan Lite at the Japan Times Online.


John said...

Hi Amy, your 'Olympics' is great. I was shopping with a Japanese student who wanted to buy a SheDee[CD]. I said that in English it is pronounced 'CeeDee' . He said that in Japanese it is 'She-Dee'. シデエ, because that's how it's spelt. That was the end of the lesson.    

Cow Lady said...

Hehehehe. Ay,B,Shee,Dee,Ee,Efu,Jee,Ehchi,Iy,Jay,Kay,Eru,Emu,Enu,Oh,Pee,Qu,Aru,Esu,Tee,U,Bwee,Duburuyu,Eksu,Wy,Zeto.

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