Travelers to Tokyo can check into the Shangri-La Hotel and have the proceeds from their stay go to WISH.forJapan, the charitable program launched by Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo to support earthquake victims in the north-eastern coastal regions of Japan. The organization purchases food and other daily necessities more economically via its own distribution system, and delivers the purchases directly to victims in small shelters in the earthquake-affected areas. The special hotel package, multi-course restaurant menus, and a spa treatment at CHI are available until June 30, 2011. To quote the Shangri-La, Tokyo: "We hope that our WISH will reach the hearts of many people in Japan and abroad, as our thoughts remain with the victims and their families during this difficult time."
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