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Imagine…

If the hamburger buns which you are familiar with since you were a child was

made with Japanese rice?

You would say it’s impossible. However…

You can find hamburgers using rice buns here! This is a Japanese fast food franchise which offers hamburgers for Japanese tastes.

It is now the second-largest fast-food franchise in Japan after McDonald’s Japan (an independent Japanese company), and owns numerous overseas outlets over East Asia, including Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia, Australia, South Korea and, until 2005, Hawaii.

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MOS’s rice burgers!

▼With barbecued beef

The ingredients are varied. For example, this is a rice burger with barbecued beef. So the ingredient are Western style. The rice buns are slightly grilled and soy sauce flavored.

Buns were inspired by yaki onigiri

The burger’s rice buns were inspired by yaki onigiri, or grilled rice ball. The rice balls are basted with sauce and then grilled.

▼With tempura

It’s not bad at all to have crispy tempura in rice buns, like having chicken nugget between normal buns. This is a hamburger which you definitely can find only in Japan!

Guess what.

Guess what this rice burger is made with.

▼Mackerel

Mackerel is a very popular fish in Japan. This is a burger with miso-stewed mackerel. For Japanese people, the combination of rice and mackerel is perfect. What do you think?

Healthy burger

Healthy lunch

Normal hamburgers are cheap and rapid. Japanese people like normal hamburgers too, but some customers, especially women, tend to choose healthy foods. This rice burger was developed mostly for women. This photo shows a tempura rice burger with vegetable juice. No one would feel guilty with such a healthy lunch.

Healthy breakfast

This is a set menu only available during breakfast, from opening to 10:30. The soup is misu soup with pork. It’s a pretty nice idea to offer a homemade-like breakfast set menu as many office workers who live alone skip breakfast and many of them don’t eat healthily.

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