The hugely popular TV anime and manga Touch is collaborating with McDonald's Japan to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the fast-food chain's Chicken Tatsuta limited-time range and the company bringing back the burgers with a zesty twist. Watch the new commercials after the jump and try your best to not get the song stuck in your head!
Finally...a worthy burger arrives in anime.
After teasing the tasty treat last week, McDonalds Japan finally released its wintery anime CM to promote the limited time ‘Gracoro’ burgers on its YouTube channel featuring the voice talents of ex-AKB48 center Atsuko Maeda and voice actors Ayana Taketatsu (Leafa in Sword Art Online) and Aimi (Kasumi Toyama in BanG Dream!). Hit the jump and chill out by watching the video.
McDonalds in Japan is no stranger to using anime to promote its food or job opportunities and for this years campaign to promote their Japan-only winter-time Gratin Croquette Burgers, the company has enlisted the voice talents of ex-AKB48 center Atsuko Maeda and voice actors Ayana Taketatsu and Aimi to aid in their upcoming anime CM. Hit the jump to learn more!
McDonald's in America just had an awesome series of Mario toys, but Japan is getting something equally cool: Dragon Ball Super toys! Hit the jump to take a look!
McDonald's is expanding its collaboration with Niigata-based idol group NGT48 so that a promotional, limited time menu item (a 48 piece bucket of Chicken McNuggets) will be available at 500 McDonald's restaurants all across Japan. Hit the jump to learn more.
McDonald's Japan has rolled out a line of plastic fry cases shaped like spectral characters from the popular anime and video game series, Yo-kai Watch. Hit the jump to check them out.
McDonalds Japan has announced that a new uniform will be introduced in June, which will be the first new uniform to be introduced to its franchises in Asia. An additional 27,000 crew members are also planned to be hired and the new dance video was posted to encourage people to apply. The video features the new uniform and it is choreographed by Papaya Suzuki of Oyaji Dancers. See the video after the jump.
McDonalds is Japan’s number one food provider, so it is a bit surprising to hear that the burger chain will soon be slimming down by closing over 100 of its lowest performing restaurants in the Land of the Rising Sun. But fear not! Ronald and co. will compensate by expanding their delivery service! Read on for more greasy details!