Dont want to burst your bubble but McDonalds are world wide.
@m3styles, yea but it looks like they actually fill your fries there
@A Math Dealer, that, and the actual quality of the food (even fast food) is hella better than the States.
@m3styles, Do they mean the disgusting burger? "Sakura Teritama" Im still learning Japanese, but as close as I can tell that means Cherry Blossom teriyaki. As in flavored like cherry blossoms, gross.
@TheColossalTitan, Yup just confirmed it, it's a teriyaki pork patty, with lettuce and an egg, and cherry blossom flavored mayo. Ugh *shudders*
@TheColossalTitan, Things flavored like flowers are the best things on earth
@KeKesUHaulFacility , No thank you
@m3styles, The McDonalds in Japan are actually a lot better tasting than the ones in the U.S. I can't stand McDonalds here but when I was in Japan I ate there a few times.
@A Math Dealer, and their ice cream machine works
The colour pink?
@Frankito, no it's because the election isn't happening over there.
Riiiight. *deletes history about prostitute fees from computer*
I sure hope there's better reasons than this
I'd absolutely love to live in Japan, but the sole reason I won't is because I can't legally own a handgun. I'd have to leave mine behind since Japan essentially has a total ban on all firearms.
@Koishi Komeiji, And there's a ban on a lot of knives there f I remember correctly.
@Commandshark, I did read somewhere that swords and similar blades are banned (how ironic).
Such a shame... it's a great culture and people, and a beautiful language nevertheless.
But I don't even leave the house without my everyday carry knife, at the very least.
@Koishi Komeiji, Oh yeah, I always have a blade on me. If anything, they're an extremely useful tool
@Commandshark, Indeed. Keyword = tool. My knife is my box cutter, my letter opener, my fingernail picker, my stray fabric trimmer, etc.
Such an essential part of my daily life~
@Koishi Komeiji, Exactly. People don't realize that they started out as tools and remain useful in that sense, believing that they're harmful weapons of mass destruction. You could go around killing people with a champagne bottle, would they make those illegal or more regulated?
@Commandshark, Nothing will stop people harming people, it's simply an undeniable intrinsic nature.
Take away guns, they'll use blades. Take away blades, they'll use sticks. Take away sticks, they'll use their fists. Take away their fists, they'll use their teeth. Take away their teeth, they'll curse you to death.
Or something along those lines I borrowed from a show called Jormungand.
I do believe it though.
@Koishi Komeiji, Yup. People are assholes and will always be that way. Just how it is. No point in trying to take everything away unless you want them to all be vegetables in a coma
For all those wanting an explanation, it's because there's a picture of a hamburger riding a motor scooter underneath the food, and that's seriously dope
This pic didn't make me laugh but it did make me hungry
Looks like the soda comes with whipped cream?
They literally payed less than $3 for that. Maybe $2.
How Japanese say McDonalds "Mac-ah-do-nal-do"
Pretty sure they have a special meal when the cherry blossoms are blooming, hence the cherry blossoms on the wrapper, which may be what they're referring to.
Thailand has a onigiri chicken chilli burgur and yes its amazing
Breast cancer month at McDonald's?
Me and my gf want to move out of America and this was one of the considered places
Not being a duck but just looks pink rather than yellow......
7.9/10 not enough hentai
They have the same food they serve everywhere else in the world?
@Magnetic Attitude, they probably have a few menu items in common, but the menus are actually different based on the McDonald's location. I think Japan's menu might actually have more seafood options than others.
@Magnetic Attitude, mostly, but there are MOST DEFINITELY region and country specific items