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Maomi Yuki introduces Gochiso Tuna Burger

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Maomi Yuki, 29, returned home from Bali on Wednesday just in time to shine on the stage at an event celebrating the sale of hamburger chain Mos Burger's newest creation, the Gochiso Tuna Burger. The 320-yen burger went on sale nationwide Wednesday.

Yuki will also take over from Aki Hoshino on the Fuji TV show, "Minna no Keiba" (Sundays at 3 p.m.) from Jan 10. Yuki said that Hoshino advised her to "Take it easy when you do the show."

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Does anyone else find that 'tuna' calligraphy thing hilarious?

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sea chicken is good

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Looks tasty though, I wouldn't mind munching on a tuna burger.

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When does she introduce Mos Burger's delicious new whale burger? ;p

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She has big...ummm....shoes to fill with Aki Hoshino leaving.

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It says TsuNa. Why not just use the kanji 鮪? She probably doesn't know it actually. I love the colors on her Kimono, and I will try this burger. MOS has the best french fries. They actually taste like potatoes rather than grease. 

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Maguro!

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goddog, 'Tsuna' and 'maguro', (like 'raisu' 'kome' and 'gohan'), are two completely different concepts in Japanese to be used in distinctly different situations.

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I love tuna

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I believe I'm the authority on this thread since I actually tried it today. There are two versions of this tuna burger - "Kaoru Buiyan" and "Shoga Shoyu." I tried the Shoga Shoyu version. Not bad! But, of course, I had to wait almost 10 minutes for it.

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I don't really want to eat seafood prepared by 18 year old kids

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Colour of her kimono is very nice, but make up is too flashy. I am still wondering- why Japanese women put so much make up…

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wow, and now?

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If it aint made by Americans, it aint a real burger. Tuna burger! Ridiculous idea.

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I tried the Shoga Shoyu version. Not bad! But, of course, I had to wait almost 10 minutes for it.

Shoga nai ne

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I think I'll wait for the soon-to-be-announced fugu cutlet cheeseburger.

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If it aint made by Americans, it aint a real burger. Tuna burger! Ridiculous idea.

If they soaked it with a few pounds of grease and fat, would it satisfy the American interpretation of a burger? Probably...

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Her kimono and the color arrangement is gorgeous, her hair style is not so good but the delicate colored obi and the blue kimono with the pink flowered pattern make up for the flaws of the hair. Her smile is not sincere but I would say if sincere she would be very nice.

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That sounds absolutely delicious. Tuna is so good.

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I don't think the Russians who originally made the burger used a lot of grease like how they do in America today. Mos Burger really is good and worth the wait.

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Another pretty girl. Japan should be proud.

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