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Japan’s Bunless Burger Is Basically A Pile Of Greasy Meat

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If you view a burger’s bun as a needless, meatless waste of calories, a Tokyo restaurant called Shake Tree has your back with their new “Wild Out” burger.

The offering consists of two patties, cheese, fixings, a slice of tomato… and no bun. Despite this, the establishment does ask that patrons consume it like a normal burger, meaning it’s probably not for those who prefer clean eating.

The burger is currently available for 1,450 yen (US$12.34) and can also be modified with extra meat. Meat on meat on meat.

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(via Kotaku / Top Image: @akira31119)

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