Toyoko Inn has established a good reputation among foreign guests from Vietnam, Thailand and Cambodia, who frequently visits Cambodian capital Phnom Penh.
A foreign customer said, "I'm come from Vietnam. I feel happy that I staying here, because the hotel quite clean, tidy, and l like all the compartments inside the room."
The hotel provides Japanese style hospitality to its guests. Much emphasis has been given on cleaning the guest rooms.
The staff training is also practiced in Japanese style. Attentions being paid to the details that enable the guests to have a pleasant stay, such as organizing morning routine meeting, teaching the way of greeting, cleaning of the entrance and much more.
Toyoko Inn hotels are scheduled to open in Germany, France, Mongolia and Philippines. The Japanese hospitality will spread throughout the world.
Yuki Fukushima, Director, General Manager, Toyoko Inn (Cambodia) Co. Ltd., said, "We are thinking it as the hospitality out of the view. For example, since the focus of cleaning is set in the background, including making sure there is no slime in the drain, and the sink is shiny, etc., we are making effort to keep the guest rooms smelling fresh and remain bug-free."
Tono Geoscience Center has been carrying out a wide range of geo-scientific research in order to build a firm scientific and technological basis for geological disposal.
One of the major components of the ongoing geo-scientific research program is the Mizunami Underground Research Laboratory Project in the Tono area of Central Japan.
Two 1,000 deep shafts and several drifts are being excavated for geo-scientific research and applicability of engineering techniques.
Shimizu is conducting basic researches on geological disposal at few hundred meters underground.
Takashi Kusano, Project Manager, Shimizu JV, said, "The current location is where after advancing 160 meter in the horizontal tunnel from the vertical shaft at 500 meter underground."
The researchers have encountered many issues during the construction.
Kusano added, "When the drilling is stopped by sudden water gushing, Puregurauto is used to fill in and to restart the drilling after the surrounding ground is hardened."
In Germany, the International Congress on Mathematical Education (ICME) attracted some 3,000 mathematics scholars from around the globe.
Casio, an active participant to the event, sees calculator as a powerful tool in mathematics education.
Barry Kissane, Murdoch University, Australia, said, "One of the clear things that people are finding is big conference like this is new development in technologies. Technology is always interesting and it's changing all the time. I am particularly interested in calculators. Because it's a device that students can interact to mathematics across the board. One of the benefits of a calculator is that it's only doing mathematics and focusing students' attention ideas that we would like them to be learning about."
Hiroshi Uejima, Casio Computer Co Ltd, said, "We are focusing on how we develop education in the world. The biggest difference between the products is natural display capabilities. Also, we implemented multiple language capabilities. Also, let me introduce you our latest capability - connectivity capability between smart phone. After I inputting the data in the calculator, by changing this data to QR code, and then, shooting on the smart phone. The user can see the graph of the data that user already input on their smart phones. We are trying to spread the benefits of using a calculator as the mass education."
Japanese companies have enhanced their technologies to meet the latest global demands.
Source: Business Standard