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What is your definition of a perfect burger? The melted cheese? Thick patties? Over-pouring sauce? You can get all of these at some of the best burger restaurants in Japan!

Let us warn you, these burgers are very thick and delicious! So, empty your tummy and hunt for the best burger now.


Fatburger

An American fast-food chain restaurant, Fatburger recently opened its first-ever branch in Japan. The famous burger restaurant originated from Los Angeles and made its first debut in 1952. The founder came up with the name ‘Fatburger’ by taking the first letter of ‘Fresh, Authentic and Tasty’.

The many sizes of burgers sold at Fatburger. Image Source: Fatburger Official Website.

Located inside Shibuya 109, one of the great things about Fatburger is that you can customize your very own burger. You can choose toppings to go with your burger from mustard to onions to extra add-ons such as eggs, cheese and more.

Apart from that, you should try their Buffalo wings in which you can choose the degree of hotness and also vanilla, strawberry or chocolate milkshakes. Fatburger also serves alcohols like beer and cocktails. You can order these at ‘Fatbar’, inside the restaurant.

If you are up to a monster-eating challenge, request their US Kingburger. The burger stuffs six patties and if you ate the whole thing, your face will be featured on Fatburger’s Wall of Fame.

US Kingburger. Image Source: Fatburger Official Website.

Fatburger

Address: 1-23-10 Jinnan, Magnet by Shibuya109 7F, Shibuya 150-0041, Tokyo Prefecture

Operating Hours: 11:00AM–11:00PM

Contact Number: +81 3-3477-5111

Closest Train Station: Shibuya Station

Website: https://www.fatburger.tokyo/


Brozers’ Hamburgers

Considered as one of Japan’s best burger restaurants since the early 2000s, Brozers’ was established in Nihonbashi Ningyo-cho, Central Tokyo. Brozers’ has always been compared to any American burger fast food chain due to its food appearance and the impeccable taste.

Double Cheeseburger. Image Source: bigplace on Instagram.

Their patties are prepared using 100% Aussie beef while adding a few fats from the Japanese beef. Every burger includes basic essentials such as lettuce, tomato, mayonnaise and onions sandwiched in between toasted buns plus BBQ sauce. Brozers’ not only offers the typical cheeseburgers, but they also have avocado burgers, bacon burgers, egg burgers as well as fish burgers. If you plan to come in large groups, try the Mega Burger. It is eight times bigger than the size of a regular burger.

Other than burgers, Brozers’ has hot dogs, sandwich burgers and daily specials.

Sandwich burger. Image Source: Stars and Stripes.

Brozers’ Hamburgers

Address: 2-28-5 Nihonbashi Ningyocho, Chuo-ku , Tokyo.

Operating Hours: 11:00AM-10:00PM

Contact Number: +81 3-3639-5201

Closest Train Station: Ningyocho Station

Website: http://brozers.co.jp/


Bareburger

Originally from New York, Bareburger serves healthy and organic burgers which are perfect, even for vegans and vegetarians. They have two main branches in Japan was opened in Jiyugaoka and Ginza. The name ‘Bare’ symbolises that the shop uses only milk, eggs, chemical-free vegetables and all natural ingredients.

Customize burger. Image Source: bareburger_jp on Instagram.

Here, you can also adjust your burger according to your preferences and it is called ‘Be My Burger’. Moreover, there are over 10 main burgers to choose from, for example, County Fair, Supreme, Buck Wild, El Matador and other unique burgers.

You can order salads, their famous milkshakes, pancakes as well as apple pie. Besides eating fattening burgers, why not try an organic burger once?

Supreme and Buck Wild burgers. Image Source: Bareburger Official Website.

Bareburger

Address: 2-16-10 Jiyugaoka, Meguro-ku, Tokyo

Operating Hours: 11:00AM-9:00PM

Contact Number: 03-3724-5820

Closest Train Station: Jiyugaoka Station

Website: http://www.bareburger.co.jp


Umami Burger

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Lured its customers into using their fifth taste called ‘Umami’, this California-based burger restaurant established its first branch in Japan back in 2017. If you were wondering about the fifth taste, generally, we only have four taste buds which are sweet, salty, sour and bitter. However, this fifth taste (Umami) is described as a savoury taste which can be found in cooked meats such as burgers.

The burgers are surprisingly big and there are so many great choices. Among the options are Umami burgers, Teriyaki Samurai burger, Falafel burger, Black Pepper Meat Ball burger and so on. You will notice that each burger buns are stamped with the letter ‘U’, the first letter of Umami. The burgers have a very soft texture and you need to eat it using forks and knife as it is impossible to fit in your mouth.

U-BBQ and Cali burgers.

Besides burgers, Umami also has different kinds of fries which are very hard not to order, decorative milkshakes, wings and salads.

Umami Burger

Address: 3-15-5 Kita Aoyama, Minato 107-0061, Tokyo Prefecture, Japan

Operating Hours: 11:00AM-10:00PM

Contact Number: 03-6452-6951

Closest Train Station: Omotesando Station

Website: http://umamiburger.jp/


Baker Bounce

Located in Tokyo Midtown, Roppongi and Sangenjaya, this restaurant serves some of the lip-smacking burgers that will make your tummy happy. Baker Bounce is very crowded during lunch hours. If you are not working, we suggest you come here after 2:00 PM.

Image Source: Cool Cousin.

The burgers here are very huge in size and the meats are cooked with such perfection unlike in any fast food chains. Most repeated customers recommend trying the Double Burger where they load two big beef patties, bacon, egg and vegetables. Other than that, Grand Monterey is also a top contender. Filled with a single patty, but swarming with sautéed mushrooms and cheese. This burger is definitely for those who love mushrooms. The juice that oozes out from Baker Bounce burgers is undoubtedly the greatest.

The Grand Monterey. Image Source: Livedoor Blog.

Since the burgers are heavily loaded with quality toppings, the price is quite expensive than any normal burgers. Overall, you will definitely leave the restaurant with a big grin.

Baker Bounce

Address: Galleria/B1/8 Tokyo Midtown, Akasaka, Minato, Tokyo

Operating Hours: 10.30AM-8:00PM Closed on Tuesday)

Closest Train Station: JR Roppongi Station


KUA’AINA

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This Hawaiian themed burger restaurant has 30 establishments in Japan alone. They also have other branches in countries like London, Taiwan and Hawaii. KUA’AINA was a burger restaurant based in Hawaii and the name ‘KUA’AINA’ means back land or back country in Hawaiian language.

With the presence of a bright tropical Hawaiian furniture accompanied with beachy music and wooden interior, it is as if you are vacationing in a Hawaiian island. Their signature burger is Avocado burger. Topped with thick avocado slab on a beef patty, mayonnaise, onion, lettuce and tomato, you will get a different kind of taste on each bite.

Avocado burger. Image Source: Phreddie on Flickr.

There is also a variety of quarter burgers such as Loco Moco burger and Teriyaki burger, sandwiches, pancakes and side orders like fries, popcorn shrimp, nuggets and onion rings.

KUA’AINA

Address: 1F TOKYO SKYTREE TOWN Solamachi, 1-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida, Tokyo (東京都墨田区押上 1-1-2)

Operating Hours: 10:00AM-10:00PM

Contact Number: 03-5610-7188

Closest Train Station: Oshiage Station

Website: http://www.kua-aina.com/

 

JAPAN WALKER SEA Editorial Team
JAPAN WALKER SEA Editorial Team
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