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Love Japanese Food? Tenya TEN-Card Benefits and Rewards

August 26, 2019

Love Japanese Food? Tenya TEN-Card Benefits and Rewards
Japan is one of my favorite countries and I am happy that I get to enjoy the different flavors of Japan in Manila. 
I read that there are 30 kinds of Japanese restaurants specializing in different cuisines. We are lucky that we have Japan’s number 1 tempura tendon right on our shores. With nine branches nationwide, Tenya’s signature deep-fried battered seafood, meat and vegetables laid over a bed of steaming Japanese rice and drizzled with their special dontare sauce has given everyone a reason to indulge.
To bring more excitement to every meal, Tenya is introducing its TEN Card, to reward loyal customers and their love for the tempura sets, for only P299. With your Tenya TEN Card, you will get the following benefits any time of the week: 
Buy 1 Take 1, 
15% discount, 
Earn Points, 
Birthday voucher 
and FREE Chikuwa Cheese as your welcome gift!
Buy 1 Take 1 Classic-Tendon with any 2 appetizers
FREE Gift Chikuwa Cheese
Birthday Gift Ningyoyaki
Here how it works: 
Buy one classic tendon in any size with your choice of two appetizers, and get an additional classic tendon in the same size for free.  If you’re looking to chow on some sushi, ramen or any other dish, you can still enjoy 15% off on your order. What’s more, for every Php100 spent on your dine-in purchases, you can earn 1 Tenya point; the more points you get, the more rewards you can enjoy!
Love Japanese Food? Tenya TEN-Card Benefits and Rewards
What are you waiting for? Head over to the nearest Tenya branch and experience the best from Japan.
For more information and the full inclusions of the Tenya TEN Card, visit and follow @tenyaph on Instagram and Tenya Philippines on Facebook  Tenya braches: SM Megamall, Market! Market!, BGC Stopover, Paseo de Magallanes, SM Mall of Asia, Aseana City, Festival Mall, SM Southmall and Tiendesitas.
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