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Fatburger Opens First Location in Tokyo

Burger Stand Debuts in the Heart of Shibuya District

FAT Brands

FAT (Fresh. Authentic. Tasty.) Brands Inc. (NASDAQ: FAT), parent company of Fatburger, The Last Great Hamburger Stand™, and Buffalo’s Express, is pleased to announce the opening of the their newest location in Tokyo, Japan. Located just steps away from the busiest intersection in the world, Shibuya Crossing, this co-branded location will feature all-American fare from Buffalo's Express and Fatburger, as well as alcoholic offerings from bar concept, FatBar. Fatburger Buffalo's Express Shibuya Crossing will open its doors on April 28 at 11 a.m. local time.

This will be the first of multiple Fatburger and Buffalo's Express to open in Japan. As announced late last year, this debut restaurant will find its home in the iconic building “MAGNET by SHIBUYA109”, formerly “109MEN’S” and operated by Green Micro Factory, subsidiary of G Three Holdings (3647:Tokyo). Proving its offerings ability to bridge generations and international communities, FAT Brands has recently announced openings and development deals in Southern California, the Philippines, Scotland, Singapore and Canada.

Each Fatburger burger is made-to-order with traditional fixings and delicious add-ons such as chili, cheese, egg, bacon and onion rings. To complement Fatburger’s menu, Buffalo’s Express offers juicy, hand-prepared, boneless and bone-in chicken wings.

“We've been waiting for the perfect opportunity to enter Japan and it's finally here. As a team, we couldn't be more pleased with how this flagship location has developed,” said Andy Wiederhorn, CEO of FAT Brands. “Our recipes, ambiance and service have exceeded expectations in other locations across Asia and I expect nothing less in Tokyo.”

The new Fatburger and Buffalo's Express location will be open 7 days a week, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Fatburger Buffalo's Express Shibuya Crossing is located at 1-23-10 Jinnan, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo.



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