Domino's open for service!
CHATAN, Okinawa – The first Domino’s Pizza on Okinawa opened its doors in a March 27 ceremony at its new location in Chatan.
“Okinawa has a pizza culture,” said Kenji Ikeda, the executive vice president of marketing for Domino’s Pizza, Japan. “We believe that it’s going to be very successful.”
Ikeda added that this is only the first of several Domino’s locations scheduled to open on the island by this summer.
“It’s not only for the taste; [Domino’s] is fun. We want everyone to experience that fun,” said Ikeda.
The restaurant is located on Route 23, between Kadena Air Base and Camp Lester. Orders can be made in the store, or by calling 098-982-7921.
Domino’s cannot currently deliver aboard the military installations.
The origin of Domino’s Pizza goes back to a small pizza shop called DomiNick’s, which opened in Ypsilanti, Michigan in 1960. Twenty-five years later, on Sept. 30, 1985, Domino’s Pizza opened in Tokyo’s Ebisu – Japan’s first pizza delivery store.
Domino’s Super6 Campaign
The campaign will be in effect until May 26.
Campaign applies to: Quatro Premier, Quatro Super Delicious, Camambert Mill-feuille Quatro, Quatro Giant, Quatro Cheese-melt, Quatro DD.
Price: M-1,500 yen, L-2,500 yen
Come pick up your pizza at the store and order another one for free. (The cheaper of the two is free.)
Domino’s Pizza Chatan Kokutai Doro branch
Open: March 28, 2014 (Friday)
Hours: 11 a.m.-midnight
Add: 814-3 Aza Kamisedo, Chatancho, Nakagami-gun, Okinawa 904-0101