Its first retail space here extends to 3 floors, selling a variety of imported and affordable Japanese products that attract the attention of locals who also love it.
There are over 580 Don Quixote stores in Japan, and 12 Don Don Donki stores abroad as of July 7, 2020, due to the popularity of its offer.
The Lot 10 sales unit opened today at 10 a.m., and users on social media shared short queues that apparently stretched to 4 floors. It is safe to say that the Malaysians were excited when they saw the place for themselves.
Inside, the store sells all kinds of products, from home appliances to food and even skin care products. As for food, it offers a selection of halal certified products and does not serve alcohol or pork.
When shopping in the store, users can download and sign up for the DONKI app as a member to earn dMiles points by which they can redeem coupons.
Those interested in seeing what the store has to offer but not interested in the long queues (which we believe we’ll see for a while), Malaysia’s official Don Don Donki Facebook page also later announced that they are now on Shopee.
There are fewer offers than you would find in a store, but you can still browse 2 pages of noodles, patisserie and drinks. According to the team, they can also deliver nationwide.
Before Don Don Donki opened his first point of sale here, it was already there announced that it will have a second exit at Tropicana Gardens, Petaling Jaya, sometime in 2021.
Depending on the quality of the franchise in Malaysia, it could open 11 more stores by 2024, said Satoshi Machida, president of Pan Pacific Retail Management (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd, which owns and operates Don Don Donki here.
- You can learn more about Don Don Donki here.