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05/30/2006

Health and Safety Service

Saving a life is as Easy as AED               

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AED (Automated External Defibrillation) has been provided at Elite-inn
Yushima & Executive.
This AED is attracted a great deal of attention as saving a life at the time of sudden cardiac arrest.
Every year this sudden cardiac arrest make many people put to death.
Many cases of these deaths could have been prevented if the automated external
defibrillator (AED) had been available for immediate use at the time of emergency.

Our staff learned how to use AED to ready for the immediate use at the time of emergency.
When we open the AED the voice announcement can be heard and giving the instruction what to do.
The instruction is very simple and understandable. Just follow the instruction which
will be announced.

This is a excellent device for sudden cardiac arrest and save a person from death but
we hope there is no chance to use it.

Please be aware of your health and hoping not this emergency event happens.

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05/26/2006

Yushima Tenjin(Shrine)Festival

The annual Yushima Tenjin(shrine) Festival will be held this weekend starting May 27 till May 28,Sunday.
On the first day of the festival Shinkousai parade (wearing traditional samurai costume)through the Yushima area and also the Jinja "Mikoshi" (which is belong to Yushima Shrine)join the parade and are carried in a parade of local people heading for the Yushima Shrine.
The second day 15 Mikoshis from each area of Yushima gather at Motomachi near the Juntendou Hospital and start at 12:30 from there heading the Yushima Shrine doing the parade through the Yushima neighborhood.
This parade which is the climax of the festival is called "Miyairi".
It is parade along the routes to visit "otabisho(resting place for the god)" eventually returning to the Yushima Shrine around 15:00.

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05/19/2006

The schedule of Sanja Festival

The schedule of Sanja Festival is as follows:
May 19, Friday
13:00 The Grand procession starts from Asakusa Kumiai Building.
It Parades through the Asakusa area about 1 hour.
14:00 The Grand procession arrive at Asakusa jinja Shirine.
14:20 Traditional Binzasara-mai is performed until around 15:30.
May 20 ,Saturday
12:30 More than one hundred Mikoshi from all area in Asakusa gathered at Sensou-ji temple.
Each Mikoshi will have a Shinto rite of purification at Sensou-ji Temple before starting
their parade along differet route through the Asakusa neighborhood carrying the Mikoshi.
May 21, Sunday
6:00 Three giant Mikoshi start out from the Asakusa-jinja shrine and parade through the Asakusa
neighborhood.This parade is the climax of the festival and is called "Miyadashi".
18:00 Three giant Mikoshi return to the Asakusa-jinja shirine.

Transportation
Get on a subway Ginza line at Uenohirokoji and get off at Asakusa sta.Asakusa is three stops from Uenohirokouji and terminal sta. of Ginza Line.

Sanja Festival is one of the biggest festival and very popular.

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05/18/2006

Sanja Festival in Asakusa

The annual Asakusa Sanja Festival will be held this weekend starting May 19 till May 21,Sunday.On the first day of the festival Grand procession parade throgh the Asakusa area and the traditional Binzasara-mai dance are performed.
On the Second day , more than a hundred portable shrines "Mikoshi" are carried in a parade of local people heading for the "Sensou-ji"temple and the "Asakusa-jinja"shrine.The people who carried in a parade of local people heading for the "Sensou-ji" temple and the "Asakusa-jinja "shrine. The people who carry the "Mikoshi" are called "ujiko" who are specially blessed by the god of the shrine.The god is enshrined in the "Mikoshi" during the festival and travels with the "Mikoshi" to observe his territory. On the third day three giant "Mikoshi" start out from the "Asakusa-jinja" shirine and parade through the Asakusa neighborhood.
This parade which is the climax of the festival is called the "Miyadashi".Each Mikoshi,which is carried by about seventy people, weighs about a 1000kg. The three giant "Mikoshi" are parade along different routes to visit "otabisho(resting place for the god)"eventually returning to the "Asakusa-jinja"shrine in the evening.

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05/15/2006

Serviced Apartments in Tokyo

Welcome to our blog! We manage Serviced Apartments Elite-inn Yushima & Executive.
At Elite-inn Yushima & Executive we strive for excellence in hospitality extending beyond the call of duty Guests are greeted when they arrive, and experience an
environment like a Home away from Home.

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