When you think about food in Japan, you probably imagine sushi, noodles, rice, and perhaps some tempura or ramen. Well, when enjoying Japan’s gastronomic delights, be sure not to pass up Japan’s take on the old American classic – the hamburger. MOS Burger is a uniquely Japanese hamburger chain, though it has recently started expanding to other Asian countries.
Mos Burger Suminodo Shop
I know what you are thinking. In a country where corn goes on pizza, it’s not too big a stretch of the imagination to suppose that the Japanese like a bit of moss on their burgers. But no. MOS actually stands for Mountain, Ocean, Sky, which may not make things much clearer, but the burgers more than make up for the deviant English.The thing I like most about MOS burger is that the food actually looks like it does on the menu! The first time I went, I was expecting a squished, perhaps leaky version of the cute little burger on the menu, and was pleasantly surprised when it looked as fresh and perky as the picture did. In Japan, the appearance of food is almost as important as the taste, and MOS burger does not disappoint in this regard.