I used it as a mourner. While I was waiting for cremation, the tea and rice crackers served in the room I rented were damp. I thought that this is not the thing to give to the attendees. As requested, I paid an amount that is not cheap for rice crackers. By the way, I don't remember asking for sweets, but they were set on the table, so I wondered if they were included in the room fee, which was 11,000 yen per hour (18,000 yen/hour for the same room when waiting for cremation or when the devotion was removed). I was billed separately.The staff at the cremation was very mechanical with a strange knotty way of speaking. Is there an incentive for winding even one minute? I feel. I have also used Yotsugi Funeral Hall of the same Tokyo Hirozen, but I had a better impression there.No one bothers to complain because of the characteristics of the facility, and it will be like this because it is a monopoly. I won't be the chief mourner anymore, so I'll forget about it, but I recommend others if they have a choice.
I work at a funeral company. There is a tea woman who has a very bad attitude towards vendors. Even if I make a business contact by phone, the response of the male staff who answers the phone is unpleasant. Previously, when I made a complaint to the head office for another matter, I received an apology that didn't convey at all. I wonder if that is the policy of the company as a whole.
The access from the station and the building are good, and I am grateful that there is a crematorium and a parking lot.The staff involved in the funeral have no kindness with a heartless way of speaking as if it were the manual.The lady who served me tea in the waiting room was very kind.You'll probably get used to it at work, but I think you should understand what kind of place you work in.
Machiya Funeral Hall is the largest funeral hall in Tokyo. It is a beautiful funeral hall that can be reached in a few minutes on foot from Machiya Station with good access. There are 10 ceremonial halls, and the number of ceremonial halls is not proportional to the number of parking lots, so it fills up quickly. If you are coming by car, we recommend arriving early. There are few 100 yen parking lots around.
Thank you for your kind response. In particular, Ms. Fukushima (female) and Mr. Soga (male), who took care of us at the funeral home, took the standpoint of the bereaved family.I'm really thankful to you.
All the correspondence from arrival at the parking lot to returning was very polite, and I was able to remove all my anxiety.I was able to see them off with peace of mind.I am filled with gratitude.Thank you so much.
The other day, I was taken care of at a family funeral. Mr. Fukushima, one of the staff here, took care of me from the funeral to the end of the crematorium. I was.Thanks to all of you, I was able to send my mother-in-law with a smile, and I am very grateful. Thank you very much.
It's been a while, though. Thank you very much for your help with my mother's funeral. From the pre-meeting to the day of the event, I am grateful for your careful consideration and for your close cooperation with us. It was a small funeral with only my family, but I was able to spend a relaxing time saying goodbye. During the meeting, I talked about what the deceased liked, and I was very happy that the person in charge on the day was able to convey that story properly.
The person in charge will change. Information sharing doesn't seem to work. I recommend unnecessary plans. Is it the manager? A questionnaire will be written while waiting for cremation. I am now asked to write in front of the person in charge. If you are faint of heart, you may not be able to write honestly. Perhaps this survey will be used for company advertising. There were also regular employees. to make sure.