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All-you-can-eat Burger King returns to Japan with behemoth Maximum Super One Pound Beef Burger

By grape Japan

If you have an appetite for big burgers in Japan, Burger King has been kind to you recently. With releases like Tokyo Teriyaki Tower Super One Pound Beef Burger and King Yeti Burger, there's been some extra beef on the menu.

One of the biggest of their burgers is about to come back to the menu, however, and its bring a challenge with it. For a limited time and at limited locations, Burger King Japan will be reviving their all-you-can-eat "Super One Pound Beef Burger the Challenge."


This isn't just an all-you-can-eat challenge to see how many Whoppers you can polish off, however. The one item (along with fries and a drink) that you'll be asked to take on is none other than the monstrous Maximum Super One Pound Beef Burger.


The Maximum Super One Pound Beef Burger, which weighs 608 grams and contains 1,633 calories on its own, is one loaded burger. Here's a breakdown of its toppings as well as a visual guide:

creamy mayonnaise

freshly cut onions


smoky bacon slices (x4)

cheddar cheese slices (x4)

sesame seed buns (13 centimeters wide)

fresh lettuce

freshly cut tomatoes

ketchup, salt, and pepper

And of course, four flame-grilled beef patties.

The all-you-can-eat "Super One Pound Beef Burger The Challenge" event will be held at six Burger King stores: Roppongi, Machida Joruna, Kawasaki Zero Gate, Funabashi, Omiya Nishiguchi, and Funaba Minami Kyuhoji.

Those who wish to participate must buy a reservation ticket for the challenge at the official event website in advance. Participation costs 2,900 yen, and each contestant will have a 45-minute time limit (each location has select competition times)h. Seconds can be requested once a burger is completely consumed (you also may be filmed while attempting to finish!). The top-eater at each location will be invited to a commemorative event on August 7th.

Those who participate will be given celebratory shirts and stickers as well.


If you're a little intimidated by the the all-you-can-eat challenge, don't worry, you can try the burger on its own from July 8-July 28 at Burger Kings across the country independent of the event, priced at 2,100 yen a la carte or 2,400 yen in a set (from 2 p.m. each day in limited quantities).

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© grape Japan

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Take my money!

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This is gluttony at best,one of the deadly sins

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Comes with a free crash cart.

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Mos Burger, yes.

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Just look at the ingredients, it's for any careless people who don't mind gulping.

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Hey, once a month? Why on earth not?

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My colon says bring it on!

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When I was at Uni, there was a nearby restaurant that had a two pound porterhouse steak, with all the trimmings, for less than $4. I ate there whenever possible, and had no trouble finishing everything. Now I buy a small senior steak, and often take half home.

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Shame that beef messes with our arteries, would love to eat more often.

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Hope they have paramedics on standby for the inevitable fallout...

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RecklessToday  03:51 pm JST

My colon says bring it on!

You have an interesting way of eating burgers.

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1glennJuly 3  05:28 pm JST

When I was at Uni, there was a nearby restaurant that had a two pound porterhouse steak, with all the trimmings, for less than $4. I ate there whenever possible, and had no trouble finishing everything

Wow, you must be realllllllllly old. Not to often I run into people older than me. :)

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As Offspring would say..

GIVE IT TO ME BABY!!!! Ah huh ah huh!

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Sold out! I wanted to go!

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