You’ll go batty for this purple new flavor!
Come with us as we bite into Pompompurin!
Which of these cute items do you think will really be appearing on the menu?
Hot potato chips covered in pumpkin and chocolate sauce? According to our taste test, it’s like a delicious McDonald’s pumpkin pie!
How would you like to bite into a flaky pie filled with peach goodness?
Satisfy your midday McDonald’s cravings without breaking the bank!
Matcha lovers will want to try all five of the deliciously green items on the menu!
What the heck is a ‘moon viewing’ burger? Why does McDonald’s Japan sell these lunar sandwiches at this time of year? Is it actually good? We solve all these riddles with this taste test!
The three new designs give us a sneak peek at what McDonald’s has in store for the Tokyo Olympic Games.
Not as bold a combination as chocolate fries, but still a tasty match made in fast food heaven.
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’s “Summer Shake” series this year will start off with Okinawa Pineapple!
This McDonald’s customer paid for his order in cash and received his hamburger — without setting foot in the store!
The area-specific sweet will be available for a limited time only.
They’re billed as “five-star” hamburgers, but can these two new offerings help return McDonald’s to its former glory in Japan?
McDonald’s celebrates launch of humongous burger with teeny tiny toys.
The internet has gone gaga for these Doraemon-cosplaying felines.
McDonald’s new “Camembert Teritama” burger has hit Japan, so our writers offered up their cast-iron stomachs for a taste test!
There’s no denying McDonald’s Japan has had rough time these past few years, with incidents like the spoiled meat scandal contributing to declining sales. To complicate matters further, some of the fast food chain’s campaigns and initiatives, like the sudden removal of menus from its counters (which have since been reinstated), have been met with confusion if not outright anger from Japanese customers. Now, it seems McDonald’s has captured the Japanese Internet’s attention again with what could well be their strangest campaign ever.
McDonald’s Japan will be releasing a new line of “affordably priced” burgers on October 26. And while that’s all fine and well, it’s their special one-day promotion in which they’ll be giving away these new burgers for free that has been raising eyebrows due to its bizarre catch.
McDonald’s Japan has been kind of hit and miss with its strategies in the last couple of years. And just when they start doing a few things REALLY right (complimentary socks and free smiles!) they come up with another concoction that’s got netizens dry-heaving.
This time, the offending item is the “healthy” chicken veggie patty burger, aka the “Mogumogu Mac” (mogumogu is an onomatopoeia that means chewing), which is designed specifically for kids.