Quick — how do you say “Double double, animal style” in Japanese?

For one afternoon only (June 7), beloved American burger chain In-N-Out is opening a lunchtime pop-up in Tokyo’s Ebisu neighborhood. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Goblin, a rental space just a few minutes’ walk from JR Ebisu Station, will be taking orders from a limited menu.

Assuming you can get in line early enough to make the cut of the first-come, first-served pop-up, what can you sample from the inimitable West Coast burger chain? Just three items, it seems: a two-patty “double double” burger, an “animal-style burger” with In-N-Out’s famous onion and Thousand Island-esque sauce and a “protein-style” burger that eschews the bun.

In-N-Out pop-ups have been few and far between in the Tokyo area over the past several years, so expect a considerable wait for your burger lunch. If the chain’s pop-up last week in Seoul is any indication, getting in line two to three hours before you plan to eat might be the safe choice for those dead set on getting their orders in before supplies run out.

Can’t spare half the day just for lunch? A trip north to one of Lucky Pierrot’s southern Hokkaido burger joints, Japan’s own region-specific fast food chain, might scratch the same itch.