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    I found a pretty decent burger in Japan (under 2000yen). I went to the Firehouse in the Korakuen/ hongosanchome area and they have a pretty good burger. The only issue I had with it is they put a little too much mayo on it, but thats Japan for you.

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    Address noted for my next trip to Tokyo!

    They can be had...there's a little restaurant that used to be a truck next to my apartment building that makes a KILLER burger. They smoke their own bacon and cheese, as well (Yes, they SMOKE the cheese...).

    And they have Loewenbraeu on tap!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimR View Post

    And they have Loewenbraeu on tap!
    We have a winner!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimR View Post
    Address noted for my next trip to Tokyo!

    They can be had...there's a little restaurant that used to be a truck next to my apartment building that makes a KILLER burger. They smoke their own bacon and cheese, as well (Yes, they SMOKE the cheese...).

    And they have Loewenbraeu on tap!

    Real bacon is the one thing I have yet to find here in Japan. Japanese bacon, like canadian bacon, is just not bacon.

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    Almost every country has it's own type of bacon, what we in the US call bacon is also called "Streaky Bacon" most everywhere else :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by DwarvenChef View Post
    Almost every country has it's own type of bacon, what we in the US call bacon is also called "Streaky Bacon" most everywhere else :P
    well..... then somebody find this man some streaky bacon in the land of the rising sun!

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