Bite Into A Tasty Cherry Blossom Burger in Japan

first_img Launchpad Blaze Postpones JAXA’s Cargo Ship Launch to ISSJapan’s Hayabusa-2 Probe Packs Up Space Rock Cargo From Asteroid Ryugu So far we’ve been privy to some extremely delicious-looking cherry blossom products available now in Japan, like the cherry blossom McFlurry, cherry blossom beer, and even cherry blossom McFizz drinks. But now there’s something even more decadent out there: the Sakura burger, from Hawaii’s new burger chain Teddy’s Bigger Burgers. For the Japanese location, the Sakura burger is a limited edition, and it looks just as awesome as it sounds.The burger is actually a variation on the regular Teddy’s Teriyaki Burger, with a grilled 100% beef patty, ground pickled cherry blossom, mayonnaise, tomato, onions, and red leaf lettuce. It also has a special pink bun with a pretty little cherry blossom stamp on it. It looks like an absolute blast to celebrate the beginning of spring, and it’s festive enough to pair with one of the cherry blossom-inspired items from one of the other chains. Stay on targetcenter_img Teddy’s Bigger Burgers has been in Hawaii since 1998 and is a fun ’50s inspired restaurant. It has locations in both Japan and the US, though the Sakura burger is a Japan-only item. It runs 980 yen and tax, which makes it a little pricey, but it’s going to fill you up with all the delicious meat there is to take in. It might just be too nice-looking to eat, especially with such a cute-looking bun.This is only the latest in a long line of cherry blossom-inspired food items you’ll see out there in Japan, with a bunch more on their way in, most likely. Donuts, drinks, candy and more foods are out there to discover, and we’ll keep bringing them to you when we discover them. Which ones are you most interested in? You might want to go ahead and buy your plane ticket now so you can try them all. It’s going to be a veritable festival of taste.last_img read more