Can I say "Custom order for XXX is available. I am currently living in YYY. If you wish to order, please visit the following website." as the follows?


Thank you very much if someone can help!

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Custom order can be said as 「カスタムメイド」 or I have also heard 「オーダーメイド」(made-to-order).

"I am currently living here" is fine as is.

Visiting a website is frequently said as 「アクセスする」

Full translation:


Or perhaps you could say it like this - a little formal.


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    XXXのところは商品名じゃないんですかね。。 お客さんの名前じゃなくて・・ – Chocolate May 30 '18 at 23:54

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