Regarding my mother who has been a service manager for many years at Ayameya Ryokan
It was the end of last year.The illness I was suffering from suddenly changed, and I left for my father in heaven.
We would like to express our deep gratitude to all of you for your continued support and friendship.
Thank you very much.
Our family will take over what my father and mother left behind with the staff who are encouraging us together, and will do our best without forgetting our efforts.
We look forward to your continued patronage.
A customer who used the hotel for the first time the other day asked, "Are you a service manager?"
I saw a word from a young service manager that I wrote before and stopped as it was, and he called out to me.
In this way, there are many customers who look for the service manager and ask, "I don't see the service manager, but are you here today?"
I also thought that I should create a place to tell everyone properly.
However, I have postponed the opportunity to tell.
When I talked about my mother to the customer who spoke to me the other day, she was very kind to me.
Also, "It is better to spell out what I experienced and how I feel about my mother in one word and convey it to everyone.I pushed my back.
It's too late for my deceased mother to sort out the illnesses that my mother suffered by tracing the memories of the past and deepening my understanding.
I feel that I can understand my mother better and cherish my mother's thoughts.
From now on, I would like to take this opportunity to write down my mother and the feelings I felt at that time.