Old age and disneyland

At Koyama G, customer service training for new employees will be held at Disneyland.
Experience Disney’s service, said to be the best in Japan.
In other words, the training involved having them come and play at Disney for a day.
What a fun thing to do.
There are not only newcomers, but also seniors who lead the team as many as newcomers.
It is highly effective in fostering a sense of unity at Koyama that transcends departments and years.
Of course, I will accompany you.
We ate hamburgers and bought lots of souvenirs with everyone.
All the participants bought stuffed animals and cookies and went home.
I think it became a fond memory of my life as a first-year working adult.
However, there was a year when we were unable to carry out the project due to the coronavirus.
Disney training began for newcomers that year.
This week I went to both Disney C and Disneyland.
I was deeply moved by the splendor of the light parade and night show.
Ginza’s illumination, Limelight, can’t compete either.
Full of life and power.
Many of the spectators were families with children.
Children who enjoyed this show with their families will never forget it.
Build lifelong memories with your family and friends.
It is suitable for Koyama G’s philosophy.
When these children grow up, I wonder if a nursing home will be built next to Disney.
I thought it would be nice to have a nursing home with lifetime access rights that comes with a pre-pass ticket.
Of course, I would also like to have self-driving electric wheelchairs available.

Pulse oximeter 98/99/98
Body temperature 36.4 Blood sugar 128

Disney stuffed animal
CEO Yasunari Koyama


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