Tokyo Tokyo: Now Serving Davaoeños

The famous Japanese food house finally opens its doors to Dabawenyos and Dabawenyas at SM Lanang Premier. Tokyo Tokyo is now ready to serve the best Sumo and Bento meals in the city. After thirty years of operations in Luzon, this Japanese fast food chain decided to branch out in Mindanao. The best thing of all is that it has chosen Davao city for its first ever branch outside the Metro.


Joan Pamplona, Tokyo Tokyo's Marketing Manager said "As we officially open the doors of Tokyo Tokyo in the heart of Davao, we hope to open a whole new dining experience for all Davaoeños - one of quality, affordable and delicious Japanese cuisine. We're very happy to be opening not only the first branch to be built outside of Luzon, but also the beginning of our long-awaited expansion plans in the VisMin Region."



Last September 27, I attended the blogger's night organized by the marketing team of Tokyo Tokyo. I, together with the chosen Davao bloggers, graced the opening event prepared by the lovely Japanese house. It was a night full of fun and excitement! 



My most favorite part of the event was the Maki-making Demo! Tokyo Tokyo gave me a chance to make my own Maki. In five simple steps, I was able to prepare a Maki on my own. It was my first time to make a Japanese food and I must say, the experience was fulfilling!


Atty. Sweet also had a chance to make her own Maki! 

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Can you believe I did all of these? 



After the Maki-making demonstration, Tokyo Tokyo served the dinner. The dishes were perfectly delicious. So, here is the prawn (my favorite)...



And most importantly, the Maki! Oh yes, what a lovely Tokyo Tokyo treat.


Don't forget to visit Tokyo Tokyo at the 3rd floor of SM Lanang Premier. You can also like them on Facebook to get exclusive updates and deals:

I'm also inviting you to like Chic Foodies on Facebook so we can talk about our food adventures! Thank you.
 

20 comments:

  1. It was such a fun night. I personally enjoy the food and the company minus the baktas hahaha

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    1. As in ate Rovs! Maayo nalang dili sabay sa public ang opening. Hihi

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  2. wow! the pictures are really very attractive :)

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    1. Yes! Thanks to the well-prepared Jap foods. LOL

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  3. looks fun, that is great you have such an event there, and you even have hands on experience making maki and get a chance to meet other bloggers, that is so awesome, wish i can have similar experience too.

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  4. wow ang swerte naman ng mga Davao Bloggers...

    at ang Maki oh my!!! kaya kog ubusin lhat yan.. he he

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  5. Uy nice! fave beef teriyaki ng Tokyo Tokyo

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  6. I so love Jap foodies! I can't wait to have Tokyo Tokyo here in Gensan too!

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  7. I love shrimp tempura- so yummy.Looks all of you had a great time.

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  8. Swerte naman ng Davawenyos, Tokyo.. Tokyo opens their first fast food chain in Mindanao there. sarap ng foods at tiyak you all have a fun experience.

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  9. I am so drooling just looking at all the photos! I love Japanese food and every once in a while I get a sushi fix here. I'm glad they open an outlet there in Davao. I used to go to their outlet at Robinson's Place Ermita.

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  10. when my husband introduced me to Japanese food, I oftentimes craved for it and if I do, I always go to rai rai ken. Uhmm let me try the Tokyo Tokyo one of these days.

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  11. wow, what a great event....am drooling over the tempuras...yum!

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  12. wow that is really cool! a lot of business are opening in davao. that is really good news, more opportunities for davaoenos. wish to try tokyo tokyo one day

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  13. I haven't tried Tokyo Tokyo yet although I often pass by one on my way to work. I've been wanting to try their food for the longest time now, but for some reason, whenever I crave for Japanese food, my feet automatically take me to Yoshinoya. I really should try Tokyo Tokyo soon. :)

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  14. Haven't tried Tokyo Tokyo but I frequently see their ad on TV! Ahhh. When I go to Davao, I'll definitely try it!

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  15. Maki is tricky to make but I think you did a good job.

    See you on Sunday! :)

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  16. im super envious. i love california rolls but rolling gives me the pain. seems you did great on ur first maki.

    plentiful maki tray. i lurve:)

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