Updated: November 13, 2018
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All About Freshness Burger in Tokyo!


Freshness Burger is, as its name implies, a burger joint serving burgers made with fresh ingredients. The burger chain also serves fresh drinks at reasonable prices too! Freshness burger is originally from Japan and now has many branches overseas such as in Singapore and Korea.

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The first restaurant was established in 1992 in Tomigaya nearby Tokyo University's Komaba Campus. It was the practice ground of a theatrical troupe. The owner was very impressed by a burger joint he ate at when he went to Tenessee. The concept started from there and evolved into a restaurant dedicated to serving burgers made with fresh ingredients from local farms, handmade buns, and spices from around the world. Do check out the newly opened branch in west Shinjuku. Also, free WiFi access is available at certain branches.

World Spices

Spices from all over the world are available at every restaurant. Feel free to put them in your burger, nuggets or wedges. Marie Sharp's series of hot sauces, Carbonell's olive oil, and Redmond Real Salt are good for burgers and wedges.


Bacon Omelet Burger (380 yen)

This pumpkin burger contains bacon, minced meat, and an omelet. It should satisfy a good part of your nutritional needs for the day. If you are not a big eater, one burger of this will be enough for you. The crispiness of the fresh lettuce goes perfectly well with the soft omelet.

Crispy Chicken Burger (390 yen)

It contains freshly grilled crispy chicken that is flavored with 8 spices. The addition of honey mustard makes the burger taste even better.

Avocado Burger (600 yen)

Avocado lovers will love this burger! It has half an avocado in it and a 113g beef patty. The creamy taste of avocado with the burger will make you fall in love with this one immediately.

SPAM Burger (380 yen)

The famous Hawaiian pork meat SPAM is grilled and dipped into a teriyaki sauce with an egg on top, a tomato slice and shredded cabbage at the bottom in a sesame seeds bun. It is the perfect choice if you're really hungry.


Potato Wedges (Reg 230 yen/ Large 330 yen)

Fresh potatoes of the best quality from Hokkaido farms are used to make the fried potatoes. Wedges are fried upon ordered and the skin can be eaten too. It is recommended to dip them with different spices of your choice.

Coleslaw (230 yen)

Finely cut cabbage and corn with a creamy lemon dressing.

DRINK (Tall 320 yen/ Grande 370 yen)

Fresh Lemonade [Hot/ Iced]

Freshly-made lemonade with honey is available. You can have it hot or cold. It isn't too sour and is lightly sweetened.

Lemon & Cranberry Soda

Fresh lemon juice with cranberry soda. It is a healthy option compared to soft drinks which contain lots of sugar.

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