Okiniiri, A Feast of Japanese Flavors

Konnichiwa, Dabaw!!!

Bless Okiniiri Japanese Resto finally opened its doors to Davaoeños last September 30, 2018 and it gave a total feast of Japanese flavors to our taste buds! So if you are looking for another Resto for your Japanese fixes, you have to try here! Scroll down to see my whole Okiniiri experience and some of their food prices.


The priest sharing some good thoughts before the ribbon cutting.

The blessing of the newly opened Resto started at 2pm but they were open all through out the day from 10am to 11pm offering 50% discount in all of their food items.


The Resto stands out with its Modern Minimalist Interior Design


Striking a pose before attacking the mouth-watering set.


Can’t completely decide which food to take.


Combo Maki (455 pesos) with 8 slices of each kind: California Maki and Tuna California Maki. This was actually one of my favorites that day because of its kick of spiciness.


Chizu Koibito Maki Set (795 pesos) with 4 pieces of each kind: Crispy Cheese Salmon, Sesame Cheese Caliornia, Shake Kani Cheese, Chizu Unagi, Chizu Modern Tuna, Salmon Sushi


Salmon Sashimi for 385 pesos


Chicken Karage priced at 295 pesos


Tantanmen for 415 pesos


Kani Mango Salad for 325 pesos.

Enough of the food! To quench our thirst, here are some of the drinks that we have tried.


Fresh Dalandan on our favorite drink priced at 125 pesos.


Yellow Mango priced at 175 pesos


Home Blended Iced Tea for 125 pesos


Watermelon Shake for 175 pesos


Min Yasmin rendering her singing prowess.

The opening day also had Ms. Min Yasmin as their performer. She sang a set of Filipino songs for the customers including ” Mahal Ko o Mahal Ako” by KZ Tandingan.


Can I bring this Kyowagasa with me?

Aside from its good ambiance and food, they also have small rooms full of Japan-related decors like some scenic places set as backdrops, the famous Cherry Blossom and the Kyowagasa, a Japanese umbrella produced in Kyoto.

If you are planning to visit Bless Okiniiri Japanese Resto, it is located at Azuela Cove, J.P. Laurel Avenue, corner R. Castillo St, Davao City and is open from 10am-11pm.

For more details, you may contact them at 228-3583 or email them at blessokiniiridavao@gmail.com

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