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Shangri-La Tokyo launches WISH.forJapan charity program

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From May 1 until June 30, the Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo will operate WISH.forJapan, a charity program to support earthquake victims in the northeastern coastal regions of Japan. From The hotel’s stay package, restaurants and spa will offer special menus and the proceeds will be donated to WISH.forJapan.

WISH.forJapan purchases food and other daily necessities more economically via its own distribution system, and delivers the goods directly to victims in evacuee shelters. WISH.forJapan has created a blog-style website at http://wishforjapan.jp/.

Room Package

Price: From 43,000 yen for Deluxe Room per night for single or double occupancy (subject to 10% service charge and applicable accommodation tax). This package includes breakfast, complimentary access to Health Club and complimentary wired or wireless in–room high-speed Internet access. Ten percent of the sale of this promotion will be donated to WISH.forJapan.

Piacere restaurant dinner Course Per il Giappone

Price: 6,800 yen (subject to 10% service charge) for Per il Giappone -- a four-course menu featuring Chef Paolo’s contemporary seasonal Italian ingredients. Guests will receive a Piacere original chocolate box with the restaurant’s compliments. Five percent of the sale of this promotion will be donated to WISH.forJapan.

CHI, The Spa at Shangri-La

Price: 24,000 yen for the Body and Scalp Treatment. Five percent of the sale of this promotion will be donated to WISH.forJapan.

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Guests also stay and contribute to Japan. This hotel is heard as one of upscale hotels. Can I stay there for a trip?

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Marketing at it's worst, this hotel shutdown after the earthquake, only open up up 2 weeks ago, all the staff and management ran out of Japan and gave NO support to Japan. Now with no guests they need to do some marketing to get customers... way to cash in on a disaster!

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5 percent donation? Seriously? 24,000 yen goes to the hotel and 1,200 goes to the charity?

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gogogo - 5 percent donation? Seriously? 24,000 yen goes to the hotel and 1,200 goes to the charity?

10 percent of the room. 5 percent of the dinner and 5 percent of the spa treatment.

How much of your income have you donated?

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I hadn't herad that the Shangrila had re-opened. I knew they closed down right after March 11th as their top gaijin management opted to evacuate immediately, I understand.

Good of them to try to do something positive now for their image, if they can.

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