Kua Aina "Loco Moco Burger"
loco moco burger

Kua Aina "Loco Moco Burger"

In commemoration of Kua Aina's 25th anniversary in Japan, the limited time menu "Loco Moco Burger" has been reissued. The price is 1,380 yen (tax included).

Kua Aina's 25th anniversary in


Kua Aina was opened in 1975 in Haleiwa, a small town on the island of Oahu in Hawaii, by Terry Thompson, the founder of Kua Aina. Word of mouth spread throughout Hawaii, and on November 28, 1997, the first Kua Aina store in Japan opened at the corner of Aoyama Dori and Kotto Dori in Tokyo. To commemorate the 25th anniversary, the Loco Moco Burger is being reissued as the first installment of a campaign.

The burger is inspired by the Hawaiian-born Kua Aina's unique "Loco Moco," with a half-boiled fried egg and a special gravy made with several kinds of vegetables and beef broth that is slowly simmered and flavored with a rich aroma. The melt-in-your-mouth half-boiled egg, gravy, and juices from the 100% beef patty baked on lava stones all combine to give the dish a Hawaiian loco moco-like flavor.

Kua Aina "Loco Moco Burger"

Lunch and dinner sets are also available, and customers are guided to contact the staff for more information. All Kua Aina restaurants in Japan carry this dish.