In Japan’s largest prefecture, we found what just might be it’s largest hamburger steak.
Dorayaki are usually palm-sized, but you’ll need both hands to eat this one.
When it’s time to go big or go home, you can go really big at some of our favorite restaurants in Japan!
You’ll need to bring a big appetite but just a little cash.
And yes, that is a milkshake with pretzels and potato chips.
This cautionary tale proves that the Japanese word for “large serving” could result in having to eat a truly mountainous meal.
60 centimeters (23.6 inches) of ice cream. Three RocketNews24 reporters. No problem?
Some would say it’s wrong to go to a fancy steakhouse and order a burger. If so, then we don’t want to be right.
Good roast beef is a little hard to come by in Japan, and now we know why: This place is using it all themselves.
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Looks like the hamburger chain that craziness built wants its gigantic burger throne back.
They’re not called “mountain-sized servings” for nothing.
New sandwich is part beefy indulgence, part sandwich-based challenge.
Is it possible to have too many tempura shrimp? No, of course not. Don’t be silly.
When thinking of sushi, most people also think of the sea, but the signature item at this restaurant is a mountain-like bowl of delicious tuna.
It’s not uncommon to describe a meaty dish by listing how much beef it contains. McDonald’s has had plenty of success with the Quarter Pounder, and some American restaurants will tout their steaks as being 10 ounces or more.
But have you ever stopped to think about how much rice is on your plate? We recently sent one of our reporters to a restaurant in Tokyo to take on a rice omelet, one of Japan’s favorite comfort foods, made with a staggering 600 grams (1.3 pounds) of rice.