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Japan Red Cheeseburger to Hit Burger King's International Menu Next Month

By    |   Wednesday, 17 Jun 2015 01:45 PM

A Japan red cheeseburger will be added to Burger King's international menu next month as a follow-up to last year's all-black burger.

Japan has enjoyed pushing the limits of Burger King customers’ willingness to try adventurous and outlandish new concoctions over the last couple years. The red cheeseburgers, which come in Aka (red) Samurai Chicken and Aka Samurai Beef variations, sport bright red buns and cheese slices infused with tomato powder to reach the desired hue, according to The Wall Street Journal. The cheeseburgers also contain red hot sauce made from miso and hot pepper.

These new burgers will cost ¥540 ($4.40) for the Aka Samurai Chicken and ¥690 ($5.55) for the Aka Samurai Beef options.

Burger King Japan also announced that its black burgers from last year — the Kuro Shogun burgers — will be available starting Aug. 21 for a limited time, according to the Inquisitr. These black burgers will be new and improved with the addition of eggplant to the mix of black bun, black cheese, and black sauce. Last year, those burgers featured buns made from bamboo charcoal and garlic sauce infused with squid ink.

News of the hot new item on Burger King Japan’s menu exploded on social media as users posted the garish pictures of the alarmingly fire-engine-red burgers and reminisced about the black bombshells they experienced last year.









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