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  • The problem with Japanese fast food
  • The problem with Japanese fast food
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The problem with Japanese fast food

From controversy surrounding McDonald's 'chicken', to a literal shortage of french fries, fast food in Japan has a far-from-pristine reputation. Combined with increasing consumption taxes, it is any surprise the Japanese are opting to eat at home instead?

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