News Vol.77

This is Ronnie and Ken of UR-Whitestone!!

A Happy New Year greeting from all of here from Whitestone!
新年 あけまして おめでとうございます~!
Shinnen Akemashite Omedetou Gozaimasui!
I hope everyone had a safe and enjoyable Winter Holiday!

2015 is the Year of the Sheep according to Chinese zodiac. The Sheep is said to be a Yin energy, a symbol of Peace and Tranquility.
I really hope that this year will bring peace on everyone of us.

今年 も よろしく お願いいたします。
Kotoshi mo Yoroshiku Onegai-itashimasu.

This new year, did you give money to children you know? Please read the article below to know why. ↓↓↓

☆Whitestone Christmas / New Year’s Give Away☆

If you sign a contract within the campaign period, we are giving away brand new appliances!

★Contract signing should be between December 23rd, 2014 to January 24th, 2015★

You can choose from 1 item below!
1. Gas cooking stove
2. Electric stove
3. Microwave Oven
4. 10,000 Yen

Conditions are as follows.
・Only eligible to people who directly reply this newsletter.
・If you want to refer a friend who is not registered reader of our newsletter, please tell them to forward this email to us including your full name. We will give referral fee as well!
・The item or 10,000 will be given 10 days after the contract.
・Rent should be Above ¥85,000 Rent (Not Including Management Fee)
・Type and brand are appointed by Whitestone.
・Repeating clients apply the same condition as above.
・If contract is terminated before move-in date, campaign will not be applicable.

☆UR 1 Month Free Campaign☆

There is a new list of apartments having 1 month free rent campaign which started last Monday. Its still not too late to move to a new place this year!

Tokyo Area Dec. 1 ~ Mar. 31, 2015
Hikarigaoka park town Odori Minami(Only for certain units)
Kamiyabori Koen Heights
Shinonome Canal Court CODAN
Other Apartments

Kanagawa Area Oct. 14 ~ Dec. 28
Minami Nagata Dai2
Other Apartments

☆Otoshidama – How kids in Japan gets rich☆

In Japan, there is a custom where you give money to young children on New Year’s Day. It is called お年玉 Otoshidama in Japanese.

Otoshidama are mostly given to children of close friends and relatives. The amount of money you give depends on how much you want to give, but normally it depends on the age of the child you are giving it to. The amount range is between ¥1,000 up to ¥10,000.

The money is handed out in a small decorated envelopes called “pochibukuro”.
Shinsatsu or Newly printed bill are usually used when giving Otoshidama.
Surely you will put a smile to a kid whenever they receive this gift in New Year!

Check the link below on how to prepare

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