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Burger King releases duo of spicy and cheesy Big Mouth burgers in Japan


Those looking for a little more weight to their burger order in Japan haven't had to stray far from Burger King lately. With regular heavy duty releases such as their Tokyo Teriyaki Towerall-you-can-eat One Pound Beef burger challenge, and Ugly Burger series, there's plenty of options for big eaters.

So why not add a couple more? Burger King Japan is doing just that with a new limited-edition release of a duo called Big Mouth Burgers.


The two Big Mouth Burgers each feature three flame-grilled 100% beef patties, and will be available as two extra large burgers that blend cheese and spice.

The first is the Cheese & Cheese Big Mouth Burger, which along with the three beef patties, is topped with creamy jalapeno cheese sauce, rich cheddar cheese slices, and shredded cheese made from a blend of three types of cheese.


Those hoping for a little more kick can turn to the Super Spicy Big Mouth Burger, which tops the trio of patties with a mix of a special spicy jalapeno sauce and jalapeno cheese sauce.


Both Big Mouth Burgers are available at Burger King locations throughout Japan until Sept 9, priced at 1,080 yen a la carte and 1,380 yen in a set.

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Big Mouth?

Big Bad Engrish!

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cheesy Big Mouth


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What’s worse, ordering over the loudspeaker as “one ‘Big MouSE’ burger”. - We all know the “TH” is so difficult for some Japanese. - Do they test market, much less think the English through, … or is it all a joke the marketing department are in on?

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Have never had spicy food in Japan unless it is Thai or Indian, and then you have to request it made as if they were going to eat it themselves.

I think I will stay away from the the Bigu Mousu.

-1 ( +2 / -3 )

The Big Nezumi might have been a better name. They love Mickey here, so it might have gone over well.

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I'm gonna' give it a try WITH a side order of onion rings.

3 ( +4 / -1 )

Another burger place trying to out do the others. Pathetic. If you served decent food you wouldn't need these gimmicks.

-6 ( +1 / -7 )

PR/marketing laziness, big mouth ? Might as well have named it the three tier gob-burger and be done with it.

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I like the fresh lettuce and tomato, more than the cheese . . . .

2 ( +2 / -0 )

Looks disgusting !

-2 ( +3 / -5 )

If they named these "Big Koochey", it's also tricky.

But some guys may take that literally and demand would spike.

3 ( +3 / -0 )

Big Mouth?

Big Bad Engrish!

True, in the US it wouldn't make sense unless it should be called a happy meal or something equivalent for kids. Japan should learn what "big" means in the real world. Bad Engrish, BAD!!!

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I still remember that MADtv sketch: I'd like to fat ass it.

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At most restaurants you can get a freshly made burger for the same price as these fast-food ones.

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At most restaurants you can get a freshly made burger for the same price as these fast-food ones.

Yeah, mixed with pork or mixed with onions. No thanks

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