Burger King Japan has made plenty of headlines with its adventurous additions to the fast food market earlier this year. Fast food chains in Japan have fought a recent marketing war, resulting in some truly strange creations. Burger King’s New York Pizza Burger, McDonalds’ Mega Tomago with egg and bacon and the Lobster Surf and Turf Burger from Wendy’s are just a few examples of these innovative fast food items. Now Burger King seems to have taken the lead with new creations, offering a Pumpkin Burger, Black Bun Burger and Five-Patty Whopper.
Now Japan’s Burger King Restaurants are setting up a promotion in honor of their fifth anniversary; an all-you-can-eat burger buffet. Customers have the opportunity to devour as many hamburgers, fries or onion rings as possible in the thirty minutes allotted to each person.
This buffet is called “B’iKing”, meant to be a play on words for the Japanese word for Burger King and the word “Viking”, which means all-you-can-eat buffet. Anyone planning on taking a trip to Japan in the next few days should try to fit this once-in-a-lifetime buffet into their schedule. The special runs from November 17th until November 21st for black bun burgers, and November 22nd until November 30th for Whoppers.
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