Domo will be open from 5:00 pm to Midnight on December 31st to bring in the New Year!

Special side dishes are on the menu for New Year’s Eve
Four distinct varieties of imported Japanese sake will be ON TAP, FREE with dinner orders.

All entrees will be 10% off for this evening only!

For reservations for parties over six call 303-595-3666.

Safety Notice:
All parties need to have a valid ID. Everyone under 40 will be carded. A designated driver or taxi reservation is a MUST to share in Domo’s complimentary sake celebration.

Dine at Domo and enter to win one round-trip ticket to San Francisco and MORE…

Domo Japanese Country Foods Restaurant would like to thank all of our customers for a busy and award winning year. Domo was honored to receive Westword’s Best Japanese Restaurant for the 12th consecutive year in 2008 and also received recognition in Zagat’s National Restaurant Review for 2008 as the #1 Japanese Restaurant in décor in the USA and included in the Top Japanese Restaurants in Colorado!

To show our appreciation, Domo will be holding an Appreciation Celebration Sweepstakes from December 1st, 2008 to January 31st, 2009, and everyone who dines at Domo for dinner is qualified to fill out an entry card.

*Great Prizes in Domo’s Celebration Sweepstakes!!

Grand Prize     One round-trip ticket to San Francisco
Two Gold winners           50% off all lunch and dinners for 1 year!
Ten Silver winners           Three free dinners!
Twenty Bronze winners  Three free lunches!
Thirty Boobie prize winners One free lunch!

Domo’s Appreciation Celebration Sweepstakes will be held Dec 1st –Jan 31st 2009.

Winners will be announced on Feb 5th, 2009 on the Domo Restaurant website at Winners must call Domo to claim their prizes.


Shabu Shabu Group Party Menu — 10-30 People

Pork and beef shabu shabu for 10.
Extra meat servings (1 lb) $5.00

What is Shabu Shabu?

Shabu shabu is a Japanese variant of a hot pot dish. This dish is related to sukiyaki in style, where both use thinly sliced meat and vegetables cooked to your taste right at your table. However, it is starkly different in taste; shabu shabu is more savory and less sweet than sukiyaki. It is considered a winter dish but is eaten year-round.

Domo Style Shabu Shabu

In Denver, only at Domo are these choices available!

Choice of two:
sliced beef

Choice of two soup broths:
soy sauce
miso (Japanese bean paste)
kara miso (chili and Japanese bean paste)
sakekasu miso (sake husk and Japanese bean paste)
tonyu (soybean milk)

Every combination includes tofu, udon noodles, enoki mushrooms, shitake mushrooms, carrots, Japanese scallion, honey mushrooms, romaine lettuce and chrysanthemum leaves.

Served with popular Domo dishes:
chicken kara age (Japanese deep fried chicken)
pork teriyaki with spicy teriyaki sauce
sukiyaki beef
nikujaga (Japanese country pork stew)
maguro battara (seafood pancake)
unagi toji (fresh water eel omelet)
shiromi masago (white fish with smelt roe)
deep fried mackerel
mixed Japanese vegetables
steamed green vegetables
green beans with seaweed
and Domo’s original inari sushi!

All together, $25.00 per person (not including tax and gratuity).

Also … Sake on Tap!

Serve yourself! Domo has two different sake’s on tap for a little holiday cheer.

Your party is charged for only for what you drink — by the inch!
Only $2.50 per inch!

(One inch equals the same amount as a small flask at  1/2 the price!)

AHAN Select Winter Teas

Click here to see a list of the selection of special Winter Teas.

Make your reservations early, space is limited.

For reservations, call 303-595-3666 (DOMO)

Our party manager on duty will call back to confirm your reservation. Semi-private room available for parties over 20. Special runs through January 15, 2009

Come sample our award-winning food

Zagat's Top Japanese Restaurants in Colorado, #1 in the USA, #1 in décor 2008!
Westword's Best Japanese, ten consecutive years! 1997-2008
Rocky Mountain News, 2006, 2007,2008
5280 Magazine 2007 and 2008
Denver Magazine 2008
303 Magazine 2008

Make your next get-together at Domo!

A portion of proceeds from Domo are donated to humanitarian and cross-cultural projects in the US and around the world through Nippon Kan Culture Center's AHAN (the Aikido Humanitarian Active Network).

For more information on Nippon Kan and AHAN, visit the website at


303-595-domo –
1365 Osage St. Denver, CO 80204

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

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