Last april was the high graduation of my 2nd degree cousin kakay, we want to treat and celebrate with her parents on her graduation day. There are two alternatives where we celebrate either at the Jack Ridge or at the D’Japanese Tunnel Restuarant, since the road going to Jack Ridge that time is so Slippery because of the melting candles from the devotees during holy week, then we decided to celebrate it to D’Japanese tunnel, i considered this location nearer in our place in GSIS, Matina, Davao City.
D’Japanese Tunnel is one of the most historical landmarks in davao city, the place is the tourist attration of itself because of the 300 meters or more tunnel constructed during the World War II Japanese era 1942.
Today the tunnel is guided by the installed lighting, that will be led by the tourist guide to several steps where you will see the various weaponry, water banker, and offices of the Japanese soldiers. Also, there are several chapels there, including one where a copy of the Golden Buddha can be seen. As you go deeper into the Japanese Tunnel, you will come upon vintage machine guns, bombs, explosives and plenty of ammo and bullets at an entrance fee of 50 pesos per person. The owners also turn the place into family resort , they built a restaurant, a swimming pool and a 9 rooms hotel as of the time we visited the place has a 3 storey hotel room is under construction. This make a place a very friendly and a nice location itself.
At the D’Japanese Tunnel Restaurant they serve Chinese, Filipino Cuisine and Western Steaks there’s also a Japanese food available. Theres a lot of food you can choose from at affordable prices, thier price range based from the menu is from 100 to 350 pesos per servings.
Overall the food is great, i had a fun time dining celebrate it with my family and relatives.