Hamburger & Pancake CoCochi

There are lots of restaurants that server hamburgers in the Tokyu Denen-Toshi Line. Although many of the restaurants are located near the Shibuya-Setagaya area, there is one fine hamburger restaurant located in Fujigaoka, "CoCochi". Fujigaoka is about 50 minutes from Shibuya. The name "CoCochi" is a Japanese term for "Comfort", and the owner of the restaurant, Mari Goto, named her restaurant to be a plesant, comfortable place for eating hamburgers.

The Hawaiian-themed restaurant serves hamburgers and pancakes. The pancakes are very good, but I will foucus on hamburgers since this is a blog for hamburgers in Tokyo. While their hamburgers are very basic, there is a monthly menu that is very unique. Here are some of Goto's creations.


The Cheese Fondue burger, which is the monthly burger for May 2009. It is a cheeseburger which comes with the cheese fondue, made from Gruyère, Emmental and Gouda cheese. Since the cheddar cheese is already on the hamburger, it is a quad-cheese hamburger, which is very rare. This cheeseburger is a must for any cheese-loving hamburger enthusiasts. I hope it will be upgraded to the "regular" menu.


The prosciutto ham burger, the monthly burger for May 2008. It is topped with three kinds of ham, Serrano, Pancetta and Coppa. Since each type of prosciutto ham differs in taste, the taste of the hamburger is constantly changing. The added spicy flavor of the diced onions and relish rounds out the fine hamburger.


The Foie-Gras Burger, the monthly burger for December 2008. A hamburger that is topped with two thick slices of foie-gras, with a sauce made from  balsamico, red wine and strawberries. Since Goto also prides in making good pancakes, her experience with sauce made from berries are put into this beautiful creation.


This is one of CoCochi's pancakes.


Of course, CoCochi's regular menu is also great. This is the bacon cheeseburger. The bacon is smoked on the house, While it is not crispy like the American bacon, the smoky flavor and the rich juicy taste will stimulate your taste buds.

Hamburger & Pancake CoCochi
Official Homepage: Here
Business Hours: 11:30am - 7:00pm (Last order 6:30pm)
                      11:30am - 10:00pm (Fridays)
                      Closed on Wednesdays
Address:  Fujigaoka 2-3-1, Aoba-Ku, Yokohama Kanagawa-Ken
Map: Here

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Shiodome Hotel Hamburgers

"Shiodome" is a area near Ginza and Shinbashi. It wasn't popular in the past, but after urban redevelopment, it has transformed itself to area for office buildings, TV station headquarter and luxurious hotels. As you might have guessed, hotel lounge restaurants tend to serve good hamburgers here are the two hamburgers that stand out in the Shiodome area.

Cerise by Gordon Ramsay is located on the lobby floor of CONRAD Tokyo. The hamburger is not on the prefixed lunch menu, but if you ask for it, they will provide you with the menu that have hamburgers on it. The unique feature of this hamburger is that they have tempura onion rings on it. The outer crust of the tempura is crunchy but soft, exactly what you'd expect from a tempura. Other toppings include cheese and bacon, along with healthy dose of vegetables. The cost of this hamburger is 2,600 yen, including tax and service charge.


bar a vins tateru yoshino is located on the lobby floor of Park Hotel Tokyo. The hamburger is on the lunch menu, but it is limited to 25 burgers per day. The burger lunch, is priced at 1890 yen (excluding 10% service charge). Like Gordon Ramsay's hamburger lunch, it comes with a vegetable salad and french fries. You also get at hot soup before the hamburger is served. The appearance of the hamburger is rather normal, but once you bite into the hamburger, you will appreciate the high quality of the meat, and a well-prepared bacon cheeseburger. The photo below is a vegetable-less version of their hamburger. If you don't specify, the hamburger will also come with vegetables, including avocado.


Cerise by Gordon Ramsay
Official Homepage: Here
Business Hours: 07:30am - 10:00pm Everyday
Address: 1-9-1 Higashi-Shinbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Map: Here

bar a vins tateru yoshino
Official Homepage: Here
Business Hours: 11:30am - 02:00pm (Lunch)
Address: Shiodome Media Tower 1-7-1 Higashi Shimbashi, Minato-ku Tokyo, Japan
Map: Here

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Sunny Diner

Since there was an article about this blog stating "updates are sparse", I will try to update this blog more frequently. If you are able to read Japanese, please check out the Japanese version of my blog, which can be found here. This English version of my blog is a summary of good hamburger restaurants in Tokyo.

Sunny Diner is located in Kita-Senju, a northern part of Tokyo. A 10 minutes walk from the Kita-Senju Station, the restaurant is located near the Senju-Honmachi-Elementary School. It is also a very small resturant, with two table seats and one counter, it could only cram 10 people at once.

The hamburgers they offer is very basic, with melting American cheese on a beef patty cooked on iron plate. One thing to note about this place is that they offer tons of french fries along with each order. They are deep-fried with a bit of crusty texture on the outside. By contrast, it is about the same amount of a Super-sized fries at the largest hamburger chain store in the world.


The Bacon Cheeseburger. The buns they use are very soft, yet has a slight sweet taste. The hamburger itself is bit small compared to other restaurants, but there's the french-fries. The amount they server is sure to satisfy every hungry eater.


The 2x2 Burger. One more note, the sodas they serve are also super-sized too. If you think Japanese restaurants only serve small portions, check out this place, and your sterotypes are sure to change.


Just look at this melting cheese. This alone justifies the trip to Kita-Senju. (It is about 30 minutes from Tokyo Station)

Official Homepage: None
Business Hours: 11:30am - 11:00pm
                      Closed on Mondays, except on Japanese national holidays
Address: Senju 3-45, Adachi-Ku, Tokyo, JAPAN

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Goro's Diner (Udagawacyo branch)

If you follow Tokyo's current hamburger trends, you will hear the name "Goro's Diner" often. I've introduced Goro's Diner in my first post in my blog. Since then, the restaurant opened a second branch in Udagawacyo, which is near the Shibuya station.

The difference between the original restaurant (Jingumae) and the new restaurant (Udagawacyo) is that the the Udagawacyo restaurant features charcoal-grilled hamburgers during dinnertime. As you can imagine, the charcoal flavor will add a new dimension to the hamburger. Here's what the hamburgers at Udagawacyo restaurant looks like...


The cheeseburger without vegetables. Since my vacation trip to New York, I try to eat hamburgers without vegetables. I do this because in this method of eating, I believe that I will fully taste the beefy taste of the hamburger. I can tell you that this cheeseburger did not disappoint me. The combination of added charcoal smoke and the melted cheese works perfectly.


This is the bacon cheeseburger, cooked on charcoal grill. One of the major feature of Goro's Diner is that their hamburgers are a work of art. The genius behind this, Mr. Yoshiazawa, takes pride in making his hamburgers look excellent. He is also a spice magician, using different amounts of spices in his hamburgers so that the spices will be able to draw the maximum flavor out of the ingredients.


This is the "Classic Burger" cooked on charcoal grill. It is a different kind of a bacon cheeeburger, but the type of the bacon and cheese is different. While the "regular" bacon cheeseburger uses cheddar cheese and regular blend of spices, this "Classic Burger" uses Swiss (Emmental cheese) and only salt and pepper for seasoning. In my opinion, this is the best-balanced hamburger you can eat at Goro's Diner. If I had to choose my favorite hamburger at this place, this is it. Perfect balance of the ingredients, with the irresistable taste of the Emmental cheese is a must-eat combination.

Official Homepage: http://www.gorosdiner.com
Business Hours: 11:30am - 23:00pm (Tuesday to Saturday)
                      11:00am - 22:00pm (Sundays and national holidays)
                      Closed on Mondays and Tuesday after national holidays
Address: Ryukho Building 1F, 11-11 Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo Japan

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The Great Burger

If you are in Tokyo for sightseeing and window shopping, the Harajuku area might interest you. Located near Shinjyuku and Shibuya, Harajuku is a place for young Japanese people to hang out and go for shopping. There are shops that sell clothing and unique accessories. There are many small restaurants in the area, and it is not that surprising to find a really good hamburger shop in this area.

If you plan to be in the Harajuku area, you don't want to miss The Great Burger. (Yes, this is the name of the burger joint) It is a very popular place. During weekends, the place is packed, from lunchtime hours and carries onto the evening hours. Although this place is very popular, it is pretty difficult to locate the joint on the first visit, so it might be a good idea to Google the address, and print out an map before you visit. There are so many hamburgers on the menu, it might be difficult to pick just one hamburger, prompting you to visit this place more than once. The owner of "Burger Mania" trained in this restaruant before opening his own restaurant.

If you want to make your hamburger healthier, you can change the beef patty to a lamb patty. Also, the owner of The Great Burger, Mr. Kurumata is very proud of his hamburger buns. If you are lucky, you can order your hamburgers with the homemade buns at an extra charge. The difference between the "normal" buns and "homemade" buns are that the buns are more richer in taste (fragrant and sweeter), and has a more chewy texture. The homemade buns are in limited supply, so be sure to ask the clerk before ordering!

The Avocado Burger with Prosciutto Ham



The Great Burger's hamburgers are seasoned with lettuce, diced onions, relish, mustard and mayo. This hamburger is a must if you want some refreshing feel in your hamburger, this is the one.

The "Plain" Burger with real homemade buns.



The homemade buns are darker in appearance, but don't let that appearance fool you. As someone said, "Appearances can be deceiving", you will find this hamburger to be much richer in taste compared to hamburgers with normal buns. Because of this unique character of the homemade buns, it is only available to selected simple-tasting hamburgers.

The awesome looking "Gorgonzola Burger"


Just look at the melting cheese... No more questions just dig into it.

If you just want the meat, here's the "Cheeseburger" with vegetables on the side.



For the people who want to dig into the meatiness and does not want to be interrupted by thee vegetables, you can order them on the side. You can eat the vegetables as a salad first, and dig into the hamburger. Just look at this red-ripe tomato! It is too good to pass up eating. Also, I found the relish to be adequately spicy and very satisfying.

Official Homepage: http://www.the-great-burger.com
Business Hours: 11:30am - 23:00pm
                      (Last Order: 22:30pm)
Address: 6-12-7, Jingu-mae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo Japan

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BROZERS' is a must-visit hamburger joint in Tokyo. Located at about five minutes walk from Subway Ningyo-Cyo station (Asakusa-Line or Hibiya-Line), it is a very packed restaurant; you would expect long lines outside the building during lunchtime, so be prepared. The rarity is that BROZERS' is crowded even during dinner times; not many Tokyo's hamburger joints are packed during the night, mostly due to the fact that hamburgers are still widely considered as a lunch meal. This fact alone shows that BROZERS' is a special burger joint in Tokyo.

The specialty of BROZERS' is that they serve one of Tokyo's original "Big" hamburgers. The "Lot Burger", a household name, is a tremendously huge hamburger filled with fried egg, grilled pineapple, bacon, cheese, beef patty, tomato, onion and lettuce. There are four kinds of sauces to choose from, Barbeque, Hot Chili, Sweet Chili and Teriyaki. The restaurant's recommendation is the Barbeque sauce. The appearance is a thing of beauty. If you are super-hungry, you might want to try the "Double Lot Burger", with an extra beef patty. Take a look at the "Double Lot Burger"...



If you are not that hungry, but still want a very satisfying hamburger, I would recommend you the simple bacon cheeseburger. The bacon cheeseburger comes with a barbeque sauce. Every BROZERS' hamburger come with french fries, and during dinner times, onion rings and pickles.




The cheeseburger with vegetables on the side.


When you take your first bite into the hamburger, you will be amazed by the crisp crust of the buns. It is crispy on the outside, but soft in the inside. It has a hint of sweetness, a frequently overlooked but one of the important elements of a good Tokyo hamburger. Along with the BROZERS' original barbeque sauce, it will stimulate your taste buds and will make you want to dig into the hamburger. The beef patty is made from 100% Aussie beef. They don't use Wagyu in the patties, but with their strong sauces, it might actually taste better by using Aussie beef than Wagyu.

As you can see, all of their hamburgers' appearances are very attractive. It might seem odd, but in the popular hamburger joints in Japan, women are the majority of the customers. Because the appearances are "cute", you can hear the shutter sounds of the digital cameras/ phone cameras. I have seen a group of four girls taking pictures of the hamburgers that they ordered, and rotating the plates so that they could take the photos of the four hamburgers they ordered. Believe it or not, but men are the minorities here.

Official Homepage: None
Business Hours: Mon thru Sat: 10:00am - 10:00pm
        Sun and Holidays 10:00am – 8:00pm
Address: 2-28-5, Nihonbashi Ningyo-Cyo, Cyuo-ku, Tokyo Japan

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Burger Mania

As the hamburgers are getting the spotlight these days, there are hamburger restaurant owners who want the foreigners to try their hamburgers. Mr. Moriguchi, a young, budding hamburger chef is one of them. His hamburger restaurant, Burger Mania, is located in Shirokane, a popular place for foreigners to live in Tokyo. Interestingly, even though there are many foreign people living in Shirokane, there were no hamburger restaurants in that area. So, Mr. Moriguchi made up his mind to open a hamburger restaurant in April 2008. Although it is a bit walk from the nearest subway station, Shirokane-Takanawa, the place is always packed with people, with some speaking English.

Before launching Burger Mania, Mr. Moriguchi trained at Firehouse (Hongo) and *ease (Jingumae), both known for serving excellent hamburgers. Along with Mr. Moriguchi's passion for hamburgers, Burger Mania uses the finest meat and buns to complete its high-quality hamburgers. The patty meat is 100% Japanese-domestic raised cattle, ensuring the juiciness and tastiness of the beef patty. The buns are from Mineya, a very popular bakery located in East-Shinjuku. Their buns are also used at many popular hamburger joints, including AS Classics Diner (Komazawa) and Goro's Diner (Jingumae).



This is the hamburger topped with Cheese, Bacon and Avocado. Even with all of the tasty toppings to the hamburger, the beef patty's flavor is conspicuous, with the chunky exterior and the juicy interior. The size of the hamburger is just right; you can taste the entire elements that co-exist within the hamburger in a single bite.


For those who want to spice things up, the Mexican Burger is the hamburger for you. Topped with jalapeños and chili beans, the hot flavor of the hamburger will spark your taste buds, even when the hot and humid Tokyo weather is wearing you down.



Another interesting menu is the Mango Burger, a hamburger topped with two slices of mango. For the apple and pineapple hamburger fans, be sure to try this sweet burger, as the mango will melt to form together with the beef patty.



The marquee hamburger is the Platinum Burger. The unique thing about this hamburger is that it does not used the grounded patty, but with thin strips of prime Black Wagyu. On top of the beef is the special balsamic vinegar sauce. The beef is mouthwatering, and the sour sauce adds a new diminiton to the hamburger. This hamburger is named after the area Shirokane, which means platinum. Burger Mania only serves ten of these Platinum Burgers, so be sure to arrive early if you want to try this burger. Although it is a bit pricy (1,500 yen), it is a must-eat hamburger for, well, burger maniacs.

Official Homepage: http://www.burger-mania.com
Business Hours: Open Daily 11:00am - 11:00pm
Address: 6-5-7, Shirokane, Minato-ku, Tokyo Japan

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The Ritz-Carlton Wow Burger

One might wonder, "What is the most extreme hamburger?" Well, it is difficult to single out the most "delicious" hamburger, because we all have different tastes. However, it is fairly easy to point out the most expensive hamburger in Japan.

The Ritz Carlton Tokyo provides the Tokyo's most expensive hamburger, the "Wow Burger". The price tag for this hamburger is at whopping 13,500 yen, without service charge. The final bill for this burger will be at 14,795 Yen each (with the service charge). Come to think of it, the regular hamburger at McDonald's cost 100 yen each. You can eat one-hundred and fifty McDonald's hamburgers with 15,000 yen. While this hamburger's price tag is mind-boggling, if you want to try this burger, head for the 45th floor of the Tokyo Midtown tower and head for the "Lobby Lounge and Bar".

The hamburger comes with your choice of either tea of coffee. The restaurant has a wide variety of tea selection, so pick your favorite tea. The tea comes in a small pot, and the waitress will replenish the tea when the teacup becomes half-empty. Enjoy the tea while sitting in the comfortable soft sofa, and wait for your burger. (Of course, table seats are also available)


When the hamburger is served, you will definitely notice the huge tower of French fries. The hamburger features sautéed onions, fresh tomatoes, beef patty, avocados, lettuce and arugula. The sweet sauce with truffles adds the flavor to the burger.


I don't know whether this dish qualifies as a hamburger, because it is impossible to eat with your hands. The truffle sauce is layered below the hamburger, so it is not meant to be picked up by hand, but meant to be eaten with fork and knives. But, if the restaurant insists that it is a "hamburger", well, it is a hamburger.


It is a good-looking hamburger, but is very very difficult to eat. Since the beef patty is so loosely-cooked, it easily crumbles when you try to cut it with a knife. It is a very flavorful hamburger, with sweet truffle sauce and ripe vegetables. I cut out the crown part of the buns, and used it as a base to put together the meat and vegetables so that I could eat the various ingredients with a single bite. After all, hamburger tastes the best when the buns, meat and vegetables fusion together in a single bite.

After finishing the hamburger, enjoy your fries. I think the practical way to eat the whole fries is to share it. I sadly couldn't finish them myself.

Is this a tasty burger? Yes. But with this price tag, it is only for special occasions. The reason why I had this burger is to celebrate my 200th hamburger. Next time, I will introduce a more "practical" hamburger.

Official Homepage: http://www.ritzcarlton.com/en/Properties/Tokyo/Dining/Default.htm
Business Hours: Breakfast: 8:00am - 11:00am (Continental Breakfast)
Beverage service: 11:00am - 12:30am
Afternoon tea: 12:00pm - 5:00pm
Address: Tokyo Midtown, 9-7-1, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-6245 Japan

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West Park Cafe

When choosing a place to live in Tokyo, the Yoyogi area has to be considered. It is near Shinjuku and Shibuya, which means that the location is very accessible. If you are a foreigner, you will feel comfortable, because there are lots of foreign people living in that area. It is also near the Yoyogi-Park, meaning that you can enjoy jogging or other sports activities as well as enjoying the cherry blossoms in the park. This week's restaurant, West Park Café, is located near the Yoyogi-Uehara station. It is about five minute walk from the station, so be sure to print a map to the restaurant before you head out to get a good hamburger.

This restaurant prides itself for being the first to introduce rotisserie chicken to Japan. Beside from the hamburgers, they serve west-coast inspired food, such as the Chinese Chicken Salad. No wonder, the Yoyogi-Uehara restaurant is designed to have the feel of Santa Monica atmosphere. It is a restaurant for hanging out with family and friends, so the food they server are huge, with sharing in mind. The waiters and waitresses are able to speak English, so even if your Japanese skills are below average, don't hesitate to go into the restaurant. Finally, good news for non-smokers; it has designated non-smoking seats, so you can enjoy your food and liquor smoke-free.

It is also located in Marunouchi and Akasaka, popular places for the foreign business people hang out in Tokyo after work. This restaurant is focused on bringing authentic American food to people who live in Tokyo. If you go to any of the restaurants, there will be more than a few non-Japanese people enjoying liquor and having a good time.

Now, let's focus on hamburgers. Since the hamburgers they serve are very large, they offer to have it cut, so that you can share one hamburger with multiple people. There are six kinds of hamburgers, with the basic one being the WPC (West Park Café) burger.

The WPC burger

The hamburger is huge. The beef patty itself weighs 200 grams, far more than the average of the non-fast-food hamburgers in Japan. It is 100% pure beef, and it can be cooked to your preference. I had mine medium-rare, and it was awesome. The outside of the patty was nicely cooked, and the inside is pure pink, with mouth-watering rich meat juice. While it is a very meaty hamburger, the taste itself is very light; you will be able to enjoy the pure taste of finely cooked beef. If you want something tastier, you might want to put in some ketchup or mustard to spice up the flavor.

The Bacon Cheeseburger.



This is the classic combination; hamburger with bacon and American cheese. The bacons are not cooked to be crispy. It still maintains the juiciness, and with each bite you will taste the rich flavor of the bacon. The rather salty taste of the bacon and cheese makes this hamburger perfect. Unlike the ordinary WPC burger, there is no need to add ketchup or mustard. Just dig in…

The Habanero Burger



Habanero pepper, which is a pepper from Mexico, is labeled as the hottest pepper in the world. It became popular in Japan because of a snack labeled after it. This burger uses the Habanero purée to spice up the flavor. Before eating this hamburger, I thought it would be a very hot hamburger, but instead it was a mild hamburger with a hint of Habanero. It was like a hamburger with salsa, so it is pretty much like the Mexican hamburger served in many restaurants.

The West Park Café also sells the buns they use for the hamburgers. Since it is pretty hard to find the hamburger buns selling in Tokyo, if you are planning to have a barbeque party and planning to make some hamburgers, you should visit this restaurant just for the hamburger buns.


Official Homepage: http://maysfood.com/wpc/wpc_yoyogi.html

Business Hours ( Mon - Fri ) : 11:30 AM - 11:00 PM
Business Hours ( Sat, Sun & Holidays ) : 10:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Lunch( Mon - Fri ) : 11:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Tea Time( Mon - Fri ) : 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Dinner( 7 days a week ) : 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM (LO 10:00 PM)
Brunch ( Sat, Sun & Holidays ) : 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Happy Hour ( Mon - Fri ) : 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Address: Park Yoyogiuehara 1F, 23-11 Motoyoyogi-cho, Shibuya-ku,
            Tokyo 151-0062 Japan

Nearest station: Yoyogi-Uehara Station (Odakyu / Tokyo Metro Chiyoda-line)


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If you are a Major League Baseball fan, you might have heard of "Tokyo Dome". It is the first indoor baseball stadium in Japan, the home of the Yomiuri Giants. It is not just for baseball games, as it is often used for various indoor events, such as American Football, Snowboard X-Games as well as music concerts. Just recently, this stadium hosted the season opener for the Boston Red Sox and The Oakland Athletics. The nearest station is the JR Suidobashi station or the Tokyo Metro Korakuen station. It is in a very convenient location, very near the JR Tokyo Station. This week's restaurant, "I-Kousya" is just a few minutes walk from the JR Suidobashi station.

It is not a restaurant to seat large number of people; I-Kousya only seat about 15 people at the maximum. But once you step into the world of I-Kousya, you will get a feeling that you are about to get something very good. The hamburgers come in three different sizes, so that it will satisfy every appetite.

One thing I-Kousya stands out is that they offer very unique hamburgers, which are rarely seen in other hamburger restaurants. The one burger that will stimulate your taste buds is the Blue Cheese Burger. It is not just a hamburger that uses blue cheese instead of the ordinary cheddar cheese. As an added bonus, it also comes with a crisp fried onion topped on the patty with blue cheese.


The first joy of eating this hamburger comes when you are preparing to eat this hamburger. Since the hamburger comes in open-style, you will have to put the vegetable side of the burger on top of the patty. Then you will realize that the hamburger’s height is too high for eating. That's when you will have to squeeze the hamburger to fit your mouth. When you squeeze, you will hear the crisp onions breaking into pieces, and that sound will definitely stimulate your appetite. Dig in, and you will be surprised with the unique collaboration between the rich flavor of the blue cheese and the fried onion.


Another interesting hamburger is the G.M Mushroom burger. G.M. stands for "Grilled, Marinated". It is a hamburger with grilled mushrooms with Swiss cheese. Although it doesn't have the instantly-stimulating taste like the Blue Cheese Burger, but the richness of the juicy mushrooms with the Swiss cheese and the perfectly-cooked beef patty makes this hamburger something special.


Since I-Kousya offers both fried onion and barbeque-sauce topping, I tried something special with my hamburger. When I was still growing up, my favorite hamburger place was Carl's Jr. (yes, I know, it is a chain restaurant). My favorite hamburger was the Western Bacon Cheeseburger, which comes with cheese, BBQ sauce, bacon and onion rings. Since there are no Carl's Jr. restaurants in Japan, I ordered the hamburger with the same topping, to imitate the Western Bacon Cheeseburger. Of course, this is a restaurant hamburger, and it costs a lot more than the Western Bacon Cheeseburger, but I will have to admit that this hamburger is a lot better than the one that is served at Carl's Jr.

So next time you are going to a baseball game, you might want to arrive at Suidobashi station early, grab I-Kousya's hamburger, and enjoy the game while eating a very delicious hamburger. But be careful, since the hamburgers are carefully cooked, it might take some time during the peak hours.

The salsa burger.


The Swiss Cheeseburger.



Official Homepage: NONE

Hours: Monday to Friday 11:00-15:00, 17:00-21:30
         Saturdays: 11:30-18:00  (Closed on Sundays)

Address: 1-4-8 Misakicyo, Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo Japan.

Nearest station: JR Suidobashi-station

How to go: Get off at JR Suidobashi-station, head for the East exit. Turn right (away from the Tokyo Dome. You will see a bookstore on your left. Turn left on the small street before the bookstore, and you will find I-Kousya.

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