At the top of Kyoto Station is a collection of seven different ramen restaurants, all dealing in different regional variants of the dish. Also present are a few shops selling takoyaki and okonomiyaki and the like. And then, this:
Log Kit is a charming hamburger little place that brands itself all American-style — the cooks have to wear cowboy hats, and fries are served in American-sized paper cones decorated with the Stars & Stripes. They’ve even got the kitsch factor down: just look at that big plastic burger, and the board of photos of people who could cram their most ultra-massive burger down their gullet in a single sitting.
But man, that name. That name. Definitely one of those instances where an innocently nonsensical English name carries horrible, unpleasant undertones for people more versed in the language’s colloquialisms.