Burger King Japan, forever in the shadow of the golden arches, is always looking for new ways to attract customers. They’ve already tried selling 15 bacon strips for $1 (resulting in a 105 strip bacon burger) and turned to the dark side with their completely black Kuro Burger.
This time, Burger King Japan will release a fall-inspired burger filled with pumpkin.
Starting October 26, the fall season’s “BK Pumpkin” burger will be available for 310 yen (US $3.90) until the end of December. The BK Pumpkin is served on a “double slit sesame bun” which was made to mimic the color and shape of a real pumpkin. The burger also includes fried pumpkin, bacon, lettuce, and a flame broiled beef patty. The real kicker is the special nut sauce, which includes a blend of peanuts, almonds, cashews, hazelnuts, and sesame.
For a limited time only, Burger King Japan is offering an even bigger pile of pumpkin for your burger. Until November 17th, BK patrons can quintuple the kabocha for an additional 100 yen (US $1.25). When two measly pieces of pumpkin costs 60 yen (US $0.75), why not go for a PUMPKIN BOMB! and stuff yourself full of squash.
^ Five times the pumpkin!