Japan has seen some very large burgers has seen some very large burgers recently, including McDonald's monstrous Giga Big Mac and Burger King's all-you-can-eat Super One Pound Beef Burger challenge.

Now Japanese fast food chain First Kitchen (sometimes called "Fakkin" for short--yes, it's quite the nickname) is adding a massive burger of their own with their new towering FK All-Star Burger.

The FK All-Star Burger, which is being released in Japan on the 9th of January after being featured on Dekamori Hunter (a television show that focuses on extra large meals around the country), is First Kitchen's biggest burger in history. It weighs roughly 450 grams and measures 10.5 cm in height. The burger contains two 100 gram beef patties and a hunk of fried chicken slathered in a soy based sauce and topped with two types of cheddar cheese. To top things off, Rishiri konbu dashi has been kneaded into the buns as well.

The 980 yen FK All-Star Burger will go on sale at First Kitchen restaurants (some stores excluded) starting January 9th.

By - Big Neko.