Domo Restaurant

In this month's newsletter:

The Perfect Place for Lunch or Dinner…

domo patioCome down and join us for a fabulous meal in a fabulous setting at Domo…

Thank you Denver! Domo Restaurant has been named Westword's  Best Japanese Restaurant-Readers Choice for 2010!

Westword's Denver's Best Japanese Restaurant, 14 consecutive years!

Domo Restaurant Wins Mayor's Design Award 2010

Category: Home is Where the Art Is

On November 10th, 2010, Domo Japanese Country Foods Restaurant received the Mayor’s Design Award 2010.  Domo Restaurant and adjoining Nippon Kan Culture Center was designed and built by hand by Domo Owner and Head Chef Gaku Homma, staff and an “army” of student volunteers.

Click here to read about the creation of Domo Restaurant, written by Domo Owner and Head Chef Gaku Homma.


New!  More Noodles at Domo!

Domo will be introducing new DOMO NOODLE MENUS for both lunch and dinner in December 2010. Stop by and try one of our fabulous new ramen, soba and udon special menu items! Great for those cold wintery days to come!

Get a peak at our new Domo Noodle Selections for lunch and dinner!

Lunch menu. Dinner menu.

Culture for the kids!

A wonderful way to introduce your kids to traditional Japanese culture and cuisine with Nippon Kan’s Chidren’s Cultural School Field Trip program. Ask your teachers about signing up for a fieldtrip! Click here for more information.

Nippon Kan Beginning Aikido Classes

Enjoy the traditional Japanese foods at Domo and right next door, experience the traditional Japanese Martial Art of Aikido!

Beginning Class Schedule for 2011 is available here.


No time tonight to dine out at Domo?

Then dine IN with Domo' s Express take-out menu for lunch and dinner!

Domo Restaurant now features our Domo Express Take-Out Menu for lunch and dinner. All entrees include three of Domo's famous country side dishes, miso soup and brown or white rice with barley. Order by phone or come in to order a delicious Domo meal to go!

Domo Express Take Out is available during regular business hours Monday through Saturday.


Check out our chopsticks!

Domo has a new message for our customers on our website, in our restaurant and even on our chopsticks wrappers. Check it out and 'Dine at Domo and Feed the World'

Domo Restaurant is housed in Nippon Kan Culture Center, a 501 3 Federal non-profit organization first established in 1978 and plays an important role in the overall cultural and humanitarian purposes of the center.

Currently Nippon Kan's local and international cultural and humanitarian efforts are conducted through AHAN (The Aikido Humanitarian Active Network). Nippon Kan AHAN supports projects world-wide and Domo is a primary sponsor for all AHAN activities. Two of our many projects include supplying one ton of rice per month for two orphanages in Bangladesh and locally,'eighteen years of consecutive service and 50,000 meals served to the homeless at the Denver Rescue Mission.

More information on all of AHAN's many project in other countries like Nepal, the Philippines, East Timor, Mongolia, Guatemala, Mexico, Turkey, and more can be found on the Nippon Kan website at Proceeds from every meal served at Domo are used to help fund these many projects world-wide. I hope that this year too, our customers and friends at Domo will continue to support our efforts with your patronage.

Domo's customer service questionnaire is now on-line!

Customer comments are now welcome ON LINE on the Domo website. Enter to win and let us know how your experience was at Domo.


Mayors Design Award; Home is Where the Art is November 10, 2010

Westwords Best Traditional Japanese Restaurant in Denver 2010 (14 consecutive years)

Domo Restaurant has been named in Zagat's National Restaurant Review's America's Top Restaurants 2009!

*Etown' E-Chievement Award
Gaku Homma Aikido Humanitarian Active Network February 2009
Celebrating those who are making a positive difference in their communities and beyond.

Other recent awards

Zagat's # 1 Japanese Restaurant in décor in the USA
Zagat's Top Japanese Restaurants in Colorado 2008


Domo Restaurant is part of Nippon Kan Culture Center and a partner with AHAN (the Aikido Humanitarian Active Network). For more information on Nippon Kan classes and activities in Denver, and AHAN humanitarian projects world-wide,


1365 Osage St. Denver, CO 80204

Monday–Saturday: 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m.m – 10:00 p.m.

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