Who wants to try a Frog Burger in Japan? If you want, go to MARK IS Minatomirai in Yokohama, Japan after March 21! Oh, and a disclaimer: Japanese people don't eat frogs. (Some people living in the inland area eat bugs though.)
Lotteria has released a shrimp burger called "Kappa Ebisen Burger", which is made in collaboration with Calbee's shrimp-flavord "Kappa Ebisen" chips. Based on the special burger, Calbee is going to release "Lotteria's Kappa Ebisen Burger-flavored" Kappa Ebisen chips.
Japanese KFC is going to start selling a humbug steak burger "Bistro-fu Hamburg Sand" on February 5. Are they trying to get new customers by releasing multiple non-chicken meals while their competitor McDonald's is suffering from the recent rotten chicken scandal?
Lotteria, one of the major Japanese burger chains, is going to release Tochigi Wagyu Hamburg Steak Burger, a premium thick Wagyu (beef produced in Japan) patty burger with strawberry sauce, on September 29.
The premium burger will be sold for 1,300 yen (About 13USD), and it comes with either salad, french fries, or drink of your choice.
Freshness Burger today released a doubtful burger called - Pizzaburg American Style.
Pizzaburg is a burger that looks like a pizza but tastes like a burger, and you eat it with a fork and knife. A beef patty, sunny-side up egg, lettuce, tomato, and cheese are on the fresh focaccia. That's served topped with bacon bits, fried onion and brown sauce.