Japanese companies providing services in English alongside Japanese is not super common, but one in particular that never did was Pizza Hut Japan. You would think that the company would want to make it as easy as possible for non-Japanese customers to order pizza. I’m willing to bet that the foreign community craves/orders more pizza than the average domestic customer. I don’t have any research to back that one up, but it’s just a feeling.
English has arrived at Pizza Hut Japan
It’s time to celebrate because Pizza Hut Japan has FINALLY launched an English version of their site. This means you can now register and order in English.
Until now, Pizza Hut only offered an English PDF menu, but you still had to order in Japanese either through the website, telephone or in person. This is such a nice surprise because people that are not comfortable with ordering in Japanese can now enjoy delicious delivery pizza, which everyone should have the right to have.
To change the site from Japanese to English, just click the drop-down menu and select English.
It may seem like such a small thing, but I was really happy when I discovered Pizza Hut Japan had launched and English version of their site. It would have been nice when I first came to Japan all those years ago!
Do you know of any other Japanese companies that are trying to appeal to English speakers residing in Japan? I’d be interested in hearing about it, so leave a comment below and let me know.
That’s all for pizza news. Until next time!