院内サロン

English translation: salon within the facility/complex

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Japanese term or phrase:院内サロン
English translation:salon within the facility/complex
Entered by: David Patrick

08:49 Mar 3, 2013
Japanese to English translations [PRO]
Marketing - Marketing / Market Research / marketing research
Japanese term or phrase: 院内サロン
院内サロンの新設、廃止および内装設備等の企画立案に関する事項

Does 院内サロン mean "Nosocomial Salon"?
mentos1
United States
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salon within the facility/complex
Explanation:
I think "nosocomial" is too specific a term for what seems to be a sales marketing text. I'd imagine it could refer to hotels/gyms/resorts and therefore would use a something like "in-house".
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David Patrick
Ireland
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salon within the facility/complex


Explanation:
I think "nosocomial" is too specific a term for what seems to be a sales marketing text. I'd imagine it could refer to hotels/gyms/resorts and therefore would use a something like "in-house".

David Patrick
Ireland
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agree  Kurt Hammond: "salon on-premises" or "on-premises salon"
1 day 11 hrs
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