Japanese beef bowl vending machine serves up…gyudon rice burgers?!?

Originally published on Sora News by Oona McGee

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Matsuya’s first-ever vending machine surprises everyone with secret burgers.

In Japan, beef bowls go by the name “gyudon” or “gyumeshi“, with the former referencing the big bowl (“don“) it’s served in, and the latter highlighting the rice (“meshi“) aspect of the dish. Either way, they both essentially mean the same thing, as the beef (“gyu“) topping is always the star of the show, and if you’re looking for a good one, Japanese chain Matsuya is one of the top places to go.

▼ Matsuya chooses to call their beef bowls gyumeshi.

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