Saturday, December 6, 2014

Subaru Kansha Festival on October 20-26, 2014

Labor Thanksgiving Day is the modern name for an ancient cereals (rice, barley/wheat, foxtail millet, barnyard millet, proso millet, and beans) harvest festival known as Niiname-sai (新嘗祭?, also read as Shinjō-sai). The Nihon Shoki mentions a harvest ritual having taken place during the reign of the legendary Emperor Jimmu (660–585 BC), as well as more formalized harvest celebrations during the reign of Emperor Seinei (480–484 AD). Modern scholars can date the basic forms of niiname-sai to the time of Emperor Temmu (667–686 AD).[1] Traditionally, it celebrated the year's hard work; during the Niiname-sai ceremony, the Emperor would dedicate the year's harvest to kami (spirits), and taste the rice for the first time.

Subaru Kansha Festival on October 20-26, 2014

MANILA, Philippines–Motor Image Pilipinas Inc. (MIPI), the exclusive distributor of Subaru vehicles in the country, along with its authorized dealers will hold its second phase of Kansha Festival from Oct. 20 to 26.

Also known as Subaru customer appreciation week, the Kansha festival is originally a celebration adapted from the Japanese “Kinro Kansha no Hi” or Labor Thanksgiving Day.

In observance of this Japanese holiday, the seven-day Kansha Festival follows the spirit of thanksgiving by dedicating the occasion to valued customers, in which Motor Image will be giving away exclusive offers on selected Subaru vehicles, accessories, parts, aftersales service and even Subaru merchandise items.

Along with this, there will be a service clinic that will be providing a free 25-point safety checkup at any of the showrooms for your Subaru vehicle.

Subaru Kansha Festival on October 20-26, 2014

All Subaru showrooms will be offering extended service hours from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. for the whole duration of the festival. For those who wish to purchase a new Subaru, great offers await them with special packages when buying during the said dates.

The weeklong Kansha Festival will also consist of different attractions that the whole family will enjoy.

Selected Subaru showrooms will be decorated with Japanese-inspired ornaments and an array of food to choose from will be available as customers patiently wait while service advisors cater to their vehicles.


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