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Mister Donut

Mister Donut (that most Japanese call Misdo) is originally from America, but now has the most of its stores in Japan.In Asia, Mister Donut also has stores in other countries than Japan.

Popular donuts shop since 1971

The first Mister Donut store opened in 1971 in Osaka, and then other stores opened all over Japan.

Lot of donuts inside the shop!

There’s a lot of decorated donuts that are beautifully line up inside the store.

There’s not only sweets, you can also have lunch there!

At Mister Donuts, you will find a lot of snacks that you can have for lunch made of pie sheet.

Even Chinese dishes?

Depending on the store, you will find chinese food, chinese tea and noodle soups.

Free coffee and coffee milk refill

If you order a coffee or a coffee milk, you can have free refill! When your cup is empty, an employee will come and refill it for you! That’s a service typically Japanese!

Pon De Ring

In foreign countries, “Pon De Ring” is a donut that you might not be able to find。It has this very springy texture that looks like rice texture. You have lot of different flavors!

Pon de Lion

As we all know Japanese love characters. Mister Donut developed a character from this donut. His name is Pon De Lion. It’s super cute!

His friends

There’s also a lot of other characters.

It’s too cute to eat…

Here is some characters’ donuts. in this picture, donuts only sold in Tokyo Solamachi store. The donut name : Pon De Lion Donuts

French Wooler

On the right side of “Pon de Lion” donut, there’s the “French Wooler” that has a sheep face.It has eyelashes so it looks like a girl. Is it “Pon de Lion”‘s girlfriend?

Collect points and get goodies!

Mister Donut also has a point card system. Collect point everytime you buy a donut and then exchange it with goodies. The points are surprisingly easy to collect. Mister Donut fans love it. In this picture, two Mister Donuts charcters bento box. It something you can use in your everyday life so it’s very convenient.

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