Calling out all Washoku lovers! Are you ready to have a taste of authentic Washoku (food of Japan or Japanese cuisine)?
Omotenashi Japanese Hub in Davao City brings you Japan on a dish. The restaurant offers delicious takoyaki, yakiniku, ramen and other favorite Japanese dishes.
Omotenashi Japanese Hub brings out the Japanese vibes with their beautiful interior complete with Japanese’s traditional gates called Torii that are illuminated with Japanese lanterns.
Omotenashi Japanese Hub is not your ordinary Japanese restaurant. Why?
The restaurant is owned by a Japanese entrepreneur named Hajime Yasumoto. Mr. Yasumoto, seeing that investing in Davao City is a great move, convinced other Japanese entrepreneurs to open up Omotenashi Japanese Hub. It is said that their chef and their ingredients came from the land of the rising sun.
From its name, Omotenashi Japanese Hub offers the culture of Japanese’s hospitality. Omotenashi is not just a name. Omotenashi comes from the word Omote meaning public face and Nashi meaning nothing. Combined, Omotenashi means to entertain guests wholeheartedly. To show nothing but honest hospitality.
On the opening of Omotenashi Japanese Hub last July 2017, Maria Ozawa graced the restaurant with her presence. Maria Ozawa is an international celebrity loved by many Filipino. Yes! That Maria Ozawa!
Omotenashi Japanese Hub has three stalls offering different kind of Japanese dishes. The three stalls are Yakiniku Kojima, Takoyaki Samurai and Ninja Dining Group.
Yakiniku Kojima offers delicious grilled meat which in Japanese is called ‘yakiniku’. Takoyaki Samurai offers authentic takoyaki that comes from Osaka, Japan. Osaka is known as the Mecca of Takoyaki. Ninja Dining Group offers your favorite Japanese dishes such as rice bowls, maki, sushi and more.
How to Get There
Omotenashi Japanese Hub is located at Matina Town Square, Davao City. It is located inside Ayala Business Center of Matina Town Square.
To get there through public jeepney, you have to take a ride on jeepneys with MAA route or Matina route. If you’re from Ecoland Terminal, you can take a taxi ride as it is easier and more convenient. You can pay around P50-70 if you opt to take a taxi ride.
How Much Will You Spend
Omotenashi Japanese Hub isn’t as expensive as other Japanese restaurants but it is not cheap either. Their ramen and rice bowls cost around P200-P300. Their Yakiniku sets cost around P1000-2000. To have a Takoyaki experience with Omotenashi, you and your friends can pay P250 for a platter of takoyaki with 20 pieces.
Budget for 2 people: P500-P700.
Click here for the menu.
The Voyager’s Recommendation
Order their takoyaki. The most delicious among the five regular flavors is their garlic mayonnaise. Also, try their spicy yakisoba and their ramen. It’s quite delicious.
Washoku lover? Experience Japan in Davao
with Omotenashi Japanese Hub.
For more info, visit their Facebook page at
Opens: Mon-Sat 10:00AM – 2:30PM; 5:00PM – 12:00AM
Sunday 10:00AM – 11:00PM
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