Brunch at 7-ELEVEN VS LAWSON in Tokyo Japan

Brunch at 7-ELEVEN VS LAWSON in Tokyo Japan

Convenience stores in Japan are great for tasty cheap food, and two of the more popular stores are 7-Eleven and Lawson. Today I try a bunch of food from each to see if they carry better products than the other.

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74 Responses

  1. Halfblood Pixie says:

    Yay caught a video as soon as it’s uploaded!!!
    Those buns!!!

  2. Jase M outdoors says:

    Look like Mike has a iron stomach eating all that food at one setting

  3. Justin Y. says:

    Eating at a 7/11 in Japan must have been a golden experience compared to its US counterpart.

  4. MR.IRISH LAD says:


  5. RnB4Music says:

    low key looks like jackie chan

  6. J-Mac's Amateur Kitchen says:

    Omg we had an amazing experience at Lawson when we were visiting Japan for “research”! Japan is so freakin amazing!!

  7. Elizabeth Hahn says:

    My 7 Eleven in the US smells like stinky feet ! This place looks like a palace 😊

    • Bob The Buider says:

      Elizabeth Hahn mine is the same. Probably from the bare foot red necks. : )

    • Jameson Ball says:

      US 711 do have good unhealthy food for cheap lol

    • skitzmadpaige says:

      Elizabeth Hahn the last time I went to one it smelled like a bum took off his clothes. I asked the cashier why did it smell so bad. And he said that it was the trash cans. I’m like dude that’s not trash that’s a whole dead bum in your floors

  8. Tonya Pedraza says:

    it is so many steps above convenience store food here in the states🤔😏💖

  9. Sharon E says:

    Most people only buy 3 or 4 items to vlog about, Not Mikey. You buy it all, then give as much attention to last item as you did the first with as much gusto as if it you hadn’t ate anything before it. Your a food God, and that’s all I have to say about that.

  10. Nyx says:

    RIP Anthony, that actually made me sad

  11. Obianuju Orjioke says:

    It’s so clean with so many diverse foods

  12. Athea Nicholls says:

    Hi Mikey you just make food come alive, You and food are one just keep aim coming. Happy Sunday and you’re channel is jamming. God bless everyone 👋 bye. 😘😘😘😘

  13. Ash. ARMY says:


  14. Jerry Lyu says:

    Great video Mike!!! That noodle knot is called 魔芋丝 in Chinese and the tofu pocket with mochi in it is called 福袋, or fortune pocket. I watched your video and went to the Taiwan 7-11 and MAN THAT WAS INSANE!

  15. Cloud Strife says:

    I want the confidence of Mike Chen where I can sit in 7 eleven Japan and have a buffet without looking around all insecure.

    • Cloudy Vape420 says:

      Wright cause I was actually keeping track of how many ppl was staring

    • Just ROM says:

      In Japan their gonna look at you with or without the camera if you bought that much of food, especially Mikey’s quantity most definitely they are gonna stare. He was probably not in a busy area where he was eating. When me and my JP friends were at 7-11 in Shinjuko-ku each of us bought about $20 worth of food and drinks everyone that came in or out of the store stared at us, it was cool though they minded their businesses and walked away.

    • W W says:

      Rain Juice ahhhhhhh perfect

  16. PinkyBearToys says:

    Wow, there’s so many snacks you can get for a dollar. The green tea cookie looks good.

  17. Apollo 440 says:

    Imagine Japanese people would go to the U.S. / UK. Would they say:

    “Wow, they have the same 7-11 but without the fresh made food”? Or:
    ” Wow, they have our convenience store ramen, but overpriced and in a restaurant!”? Or:
    ” Wow, they have the same vending machines, but without the hot drinks option!”?

    That’s why we shouldn’t envy Japanese people. They have no “Japan” to go to, wherever they’d go in the world.

    • skitzmadpaige says:

      Apollo 440 they would be too scared to walk into one. Every 7/11has a group of bums. No matter where you go there is one standing outside

    • Haruka Inoue says:

      Apollo 440 German it’s good! I regularly visit my family in Germany! My mom’s German, not every country is like ur usa or UK! There’s so many places

    • DirectTech22 says:

      They don’t have 7-11s in the UK

  18. LBrobie says:

    you should do a video where you visit a US 7-Eleven to show the contrast…

    • Jeric Jurado says:

      LBrobie don’t….it’s like eating trash there. I hate the 7-eleven here in the US I wish the Japan version was in here instead

  19. Tiffany Ding says:

    7-11 is always so much better in asia, it’s so garbage in america lol

  20. Karmini Parsan says:

    Japan really IS a cut above the rest of the world..a class by itself👍👍

    • Spazer Abaneko Zeroshki says:

      Karmini Parsan you could say they have reached the realm of the gods

    • Rose Isabelle says:

      Karmini Parsan I don’t think In the nuggets they are. USA. Australia and England do the best burgers and chicken and nuggets coz people here love it it’s always cooked like 20 minutes before u buy it here in Australia sometimes straight from fryer and drained when u buy it. The egg and noodles and dessert and drinks looked nice and healthy but also flavourful

    • xxdarkslayer lord says:

      too bad not one single western country is like Japan

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