Friday, January 6, 2012

Great Signs in Japan: F*ckin' Yummy Hamburger!

Japan no longer needs to hold her collective head down in shame for the crappy hamburgers she serves. Japan now has "F*ckin' Yummy Burgers"... So take that America!

The sign says, "Nine Gate Burger F*ckin' Yummy Hamburger"... Hmmm? Well you know, they couldn't say it if it weren't true. And, looky here! They even spell it correctly! OK. I'll have to try it sometime.

Photo by Seiji Okamura taken at Banpaku Koen in Osaka.

¥850 yen for a burger. Pretty pricey! That's about $9.00 folks!

Nine Gate Burger does delivery/catering for all sorts of events, even Fuji Rock

Nine Gate Burger is advertised as "Sasebo style" hamburger. Sasebo is in Kyushu, souther Japan and there's a huge US military base there so maybe the locals learned a thing or two about making burgers from the Navy and Marines. See their webpage here.

Looks like proper "made by mom & pop hamburgers!"

Thanks to Kevin Riley


Ryu Oni said...

Hahaha, it's odd that you would write a post along these lines! I have a blog post ready for tomorrow about another instance of Japanese using "Fuckin'" in their advertisements. It's astonishing!

Kevin Riley said...

Fuckin' great. Banpaku Koen is up in the far northern part of Osaka. Gonna have to go up and see how fuckin' yummy these are.

Jimbo said...

More like f#$%in' tiny hamburger. For $9.00 it better be the tastiest hamburger I ever eat!

Mr. Blather said...

Actually, at the current exchange rate, 850 yen is $11.00. For that price, it had better ruin all other burgers for me for the rest of my life.