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.
This spring, the Golden Arches might look just a bit like yellow bananas.
The famous beef bowl chain is taking a swanky step outside the box with bold offerings including electricity, coffee, and a modicum of privacy.
With a choice of meat or soy patty fillings, vegetarians and meat lovers alike will fall in love this healthy fast food option.
The mix of 11 herbs and spices only gets better with the addition of 17 kinds of beer.
Chūgoku, Kyūshū, Hokkaido, Chūbu/Hokuriku versions streamed.
New sandwich is part beefy indulgence, part sandwich-based challenge.
Always hungry for more, we head back to the newly opened Carl’s Jr. in Tokyo to try the fast-food outlet’s morning menu.
Fast food empire McDonald’s took an unexpected, socially conscious turn in Taiwan recently when it produced a commercial depicting a young man telling his father that he’s gay.
Does Carl’s Jr. have what it takes to survive the grand-opening frenzy that every American fast food chain enjoys in Japan? We wait in line four hours to find out.
Figurines, game kits, placemats and a specially marked fried chicken bucket are coming to KFC stores this spring.
The pink-coloured items are a beautiful way to spruce up the menu for spring.
We continue our tradition of pushing the limits of our local Burger King staff’s kindness by ordering a double Whopper topped with around 80 bucks worth of pickles.
Because the best way to celebrate the arrival of a fast train is with a serving of fast food.
Our reporter Meg ventures waist-deep in carbs to discover a new way to enjoy Subway — and she may never turn back.
Last year about 5 million Chinese tourists visited Japan, and Chinese website NetEase was kind enough to compile a list of seven of Japan’s most unusual habits according to them.