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A McDonald's in Tokyo's Odaiba has been turned into the fictional fastfood joint Mogmog Burgers from the extremely popular video game and anime series Yokai Watch.

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As reported on Inside and AnimeAnime, the restaurant is a recreation of Mogmog Burgers, with the burgers actually served up in a special Mogmog box. The inside of the restaurant, including the tables, is covered in Yokai Watch.

Here is what Mogmog Burgers looks like in the anime and the games:

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[Photo: Youkai]

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[Photo: Kaisen]

And here is the real world version, which opens for a limited time only on October 29:

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[Photo: Inside]

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[Photo: Inside]

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[Photo: AnimeAnime]

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[Photo: Inside]

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[Photo: AnimeAnime]

This shouldn't come as a surprise. Earlier this fall, Yokai Watch Happy Meals drew long lines across Japan.

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Top photo: AnimeAnime

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