Food | Jan 12

Whopper Price Increase for Big Mac

TOKYO, Jan 12 (News On Japan) - McDonald's Japan is set to raise prices again on one-third of its menu, including the iconic Big Mac.

Starting from January 24, the price of a Big Mac will be raised from 450 yen to 480 yen. Additionally, a "Teriyaki Mcburger" will go from 370 yen to 400 yen, and a "Double Cheeseburger" will increase from 400 yen to 430 yen.

Roughly one-third of the items on the Golden Arches menu will see price hikes spanning from 10 to 30 yen due to rising costs of raw materials and labor.

Prices on combo meals will remain unchanged.

McDonald's previously implemented price increases for its regular menu items last January and for select downtown locations in July.


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