This on-line questionnaire is not for dining reservations or food ordering.
For take out orders or other questions call 303-595-3666.
The winner for the month of May, 2014 is Ted Brandon!
How Was Your Experience at Domo?
In order to serve you best, we would like to hear from you! Please take a moment to fill out the questionnaire below to be included in our monthly $50.00 Domo Gift Certificate Drawing!
(One questionnaire per party, per visit. Conditions apply, see below.)
Domo Gift Certificate Drawing Rules of Entry
- One winner will be selected at the end of every month and announced on our website at www.domorestaurant.com.
- Winner will have six months from drawing date posted on the website to call to set an appointment to pick up their gift certificate prize. ID is required at that time. Domo Restaurant phone number 303-595-3666.
- Gift certificates are not redeemable for cash and must be used by drawing winner. Gift certificates expire six months after issue date.
- Odds of winning depend on number of submitted questionnaires. At the time of use, any change balance will be issued as a credit voucher instead of cash.
- Void where prohibited.
From Domo Owner and Head Chef…
Thank you for coming to Domo! Since Domo Japanese Country Foods Restaurant opened its doors eleven years ago, we have had one simple philosophy: to offer Domo not only as restaurant, but as an entire cultural experience. Because we strive to offer a traditional Japanese country-style experience, your meal service may have been a little different than what you are accustom to. In the past eleven years most of our guests have grown to understand our purpose and your community support has been greatly appreciated.
Domo is unique in that it does not serve soy sauce or other condiments on the table or by request. We have many good reasons. Domo appetizers, side dishes and entrées have been very carefully seasoned to bring out the best in traditional tastes by our highly trained Domo Staff. Each flavor and texture have been created to balance and additional soy sauce does not enhance this culinary experience. May Americans have a tendency to over-use the amount of soy sauce required to enhance the flavors of the foods; sometimes by two to three times the amounts needed. This is too much sodium for a healthy diet! Please allow Domo’s dedicated staff to prepare your meal carefully with health, tradition and taste in mind and allow us to serve you the foods the way they were meant to be prepared! Domo has received the “Best Japanese Restaurant in Denver” award from Westword Magazine for the past eleven consecutive years. We believe that holding to our own traditions has helped to keep us Number 1!
Domo is also unique in it’s commitment to both domestic and international humanitarian service through AHAN (the Aikido Humanitarian Active Network); the service branch of the Nippon Kan Culture Center (founded in 1978) of which Domo is an integral part. In the past sixteen years, Nippon Kan and Domo have helped serve over 47,000 meals at the Denver Rescue Mission in Denver, and internationally have supported health, education and food services for children in over seventeen countries including: Mongolia, Nepal, Bangladesh, Nepal, Italy, Turkey, Mexico, and Brazil to name a few! Domo also offers employment and other assimilating opportunities for legalized immigrants who have come to the United States seeking refuge from strife in home countries abroad.
Understanding the cultures and customs of other lands can be a new experience so please be patient! For example, did you know that in some countries good service is characterized by the staff NOT smiling? For all of our guests, we are working on that one…
Thank you for your Patronage. Proceeds from Domo Restaurant are distributed through AHAN to benefit others around the world. For more information visit our website at
Domo Owner and AHAN Founder