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MOSDO store to open in Tokyo's Ebisu

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On April 1, the first MOSDO store will open in Ebisu, Tokyo. The store merges concepts from MOS Burger and Mister Donuts.

The menu developed by MOS Burger features vegetable sandwiches. Some items like Hamburger and Grilled Vegetables combine three kinds of bread. The concept is “Enjoying vegetables with sandwiches.”

All the MOS vegetables used are grown by co-operative farms in Japan without the use of agricultural chemicals and chemical fertilizers.

For its part, Mister Donuts has developed a sweets menu for the store with the theme of “Richness in sweets that can’t be made at home.” Two highlights are the Thick Hot Pancake and a sweet puff paste sandwich of strawberries and Turkish delight.

The store will be located a minute away from JR Ebisu station.

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Wow...their menew is amazing. I hope that they will open many shops real soon everywhere. This is going to be a daihit.

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Glad to see vegetable sandwiches, these two n the photo look yummy. But that puff paste sandwich- I'm not sure I can't make it at home.

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Looks like the type of place women would like to visit and gossip with their friends.

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"can't be made at home... Thick Hot Pancake"

I beg to differ. I make thick hot pancakes at home all the time!

MOSDO should join forces with McD's. They could call it MACMOSDO.

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going for the "natural" & veggie thing - whole-grain breads and no-smorking, of course

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This is cute. definitely a girly spot... I wouldn't mind going there in the spring.

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