While people in other countries are already enjoying the mobile game, Japan is celebrating the local release of the latest Pokémon movie with exclusive toys from McDonald’s.
How many pieces of finger-lickin’ chicken do you think our Japanese reporters will be able to finish by the end of the 45-minute feast?
You can now stock your pantry with a supply of the chain’s famous honey maple sauce.
Because the “Create Your Taste” service isn’t available at McDonald’s Japan (yet).
McDonald’s Japan recently introduced two new burgers representing Japan and the U.S. in a sandwich showdown. We conduct a taste test with our Japanese sister site to see which takes burger supremacy.
Count us Kentucky fried in!
A couple of weeks ago, Angry Birds crash landed into Singapore with a furiously red burger, spicy nuggets and a Chuck-coloured McFlurry.
With a Marshmallow Man burger and a Slimer ghost shake on the menu, an empty belly is the only weapon necessary.
The young boy is melting hearts for navigating his way back to the car while carrying his meal out of the store and into the street on a tray.
McDonald’s Japan is famous for listing “free smiles” on its menu, and soon it’ll be offering free Internet access too.
This McDonald’s customer paid for his order in cash and received his hamburger — without setting foot in the store!
The gold prize is part of a new campaign that involves searching for clues left by a yellow-suited “Nugget Thief” at stores around the country.
The area-specific sweet will be available for a limited time only.
Are you green with envy or just plain nausea?
Who needs a gold medal when there’s a serving of gold fries up for grabs?
The new “Wild Game Burger” comes with a choice of either one or two deer meat patties.
For some reason, when it’s raining cats and dogs, McDonald’s customers in Japan seem to start craving fish.
After ordering Lotteria’s heavily stacked Burger with Everything on It, Mr. Sato was brought to the depths of despair and back to greasy bliss in an unexpected turn of great customer service.
They’re billed as “five-star” hamburgers, but can these two new offerings help return McDonald’s to its former glory in Japan?
Looks like the hamburger chain that craziness built wants its gigantic burger throne back.