Japanese-Style Hamburgers at MOS Burger Tokyo, Japan

Japanese-Style Hamburgers at MOS Burger Tokyo, Japan || The Travel Tester
Join The Travel Tester in search for great hotspots around the world. This week, we'll visit MOS Burger in Tokyo and try a Rice Burger!

In March 1972, MOS Burger founder Satoshi Sakurada started the first test hamburger restaurant in Narimasu, Tokyo. The company grew and grew and now they have more than 1700 restaurants in Japan and the rest of Asia, The Pacific and Oceania.

MOS stands for “Mountain Ocean Sun”, an expression of the founder’s love for humans and the environment and a desire to establish a group consisting of people committed to that ideal. MOS Burger aims to “make people happy through delicious food” and they have a policy to never leave food sitting out, but prepare everything to order.

 

Japanese-Style Hamburgers at MOS Burger Tokyo, Japan || The Travel Tester

Japanese-Style Hamburgers at MOS Burger Tokyo, Japan

 

 

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The Entree

You can find MOS Burger literally everywhere in Tokyo, last time I was in Tokyo we visited the branch in Sendagi, close to the Ueno & Yanaka Neighbourhood.

 

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The Interior

When you get inside, don’t freak out if they give you a Japanese menu, usually you can flip it over for the English one, or just ask for it :) Ordering works the same as in any hamburger restaurant: pick what you want, order, pay, get the food and sit down, easy!

 

Japanese-Style Hamburgers at MOS Burger Tokyo, Japan || The Travel Tester

Japanese-Style Hamburgers at MOS Burger Tokyo, Japan || The Travel Tester

I’ll have… eh… *sweat breaks out*

Japanese-Style Hamburgers at MOS Burger Tokyo, Japan || The Travel Tester

In case of emergency… order Melon Soda! Yummm

 

The Food

MOS Burger incorporates Japan’s food culture in their dishes, including the Teriyaki Burger, made with miso paste and soy sauce and the MOS Rice Burger, which features a rice bun. They only work with fresh vegetables which are grown by contracted domestic farmers using methods that do not rely on pesticides and chemical fertilizers.

You can buy a single burger, or a set meal with a Small or Large side dish (fries, onion rings or salad) and a Small, Medium or Large drink (Iced Coffee, Iced Tea, Orange Juice, Pepsi, Ginger Ale, Melon Soda or a hot drink… or even soup!)

Japanese-Style Hamburgers at MOS Burger Tokyo, Japan || The Travel Tester

You can order burgers with soy patty, beef, beef & pork, pork, chicken seafood, a hot dog or a rice burger!

Japanese-Style Hamburgers at MOS Burger Tokyo, Japan || The Travel Tester

Rice Burger, liked it!

Japanese-Style Hamburgers at MOS Burger Tokyo, Japan || The Travel Tester

Melon Soda & Iced Tea

 


 

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If you’re every hungry in Japan and don’t feel like putting a lot of energy in trying to understand a menu and order in a restaurant, then MOS Burger is a great pit stop for you. It’s fast to order and at unlike some fast food chains, at MOS the food is actually really quite good too!

 

 

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Name: Mos Burger Sendagi

Address: 113-0022 Tokyo, Bunkyo, Sendagi, 2 Chome−21−1, アネックスA 1F, Japan

Phone: +81 3-3823-9310

Websitewww.mos.co.jp/global

Order: Melon Soda and a Rice or Teriyaki Burger… although anything is good, really

Disclaimer: Everything paid from our own pocket.

 

 

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Restaurant Review

8 Getting There (from City Center)
4 Interior of Restaurant
8 Quality of Food
7 Uniqueness of Restaurant
6 Overall Atmosphere
6.6
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