Updated: November 07, 2018
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MOS Burger Japan: Japanese Rice Burgers & Much More!

MOS Burger is the second largest fast-food franchise in Japan! MOS Burger now even has branches all over the world! They were the first to come up with the rice bun! While you're in Japan, come enjoy the Japan-limited and seasonal menu items!

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MOS Burger

After McDonald's, MOS Burger is the second largest fast food restaurant in Japan. In fact, they even have branches all around Asia and in Australia. MOS Burger offers really interesting burgers, such as rice burgers and allergen-free burgers. What is more is that since it is a Japanese company, the burgers are really adapted to the Japanese palate. Would you like to try a Japanese take on a classic burger?

Menu

MOS Burger is a really popular fast food joint with shops all over Japan (as well as abroad). You can have, for example, a lettuce burger which is served in many layers of lettuce instead of a bun. You can also have a rice burger served two different ways: cooked rice as a bun or rice flour to make a gluten-free bun.
They also have a breakfast menu which consists of a breakfast burger, or toast with coffee. Breakfast sets are between ¥430-550.

The Rice Burger

MOS Burger was the first to come up with the rice burger, which is basically a burger served between two pieces of compressed rice cakes. You can try the deep-fried shrimp or burger version, the grilled meat or the Chinese-style rice burger.
These are some of the seasonal drinks available at MOS Burger during the summer. These are lavender lemonades.

Finally...

MOS Burger is the second largest fast-food franchise in Japan! MOS Burger now even has branches all over the world! They were the first to come up with the rice bun! While you're in Japan, come enjoy the Japan-limited and seasonal menu items such as this nan taco!
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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