Japan has worlds biggest hamburger 136kg


In 2009, Japan celebrated a new entry in the record books, the world’s largest hamburger which weighed in at 136.2 kilograms (300 pounds), beating the previous world record burger, which weighed a measly 84 kilograms (185 pounds).

The hamburger made from beef, pork and milk measured 92 centimeters in diameter and 44 centimeters in height and was created in the city of Miyazaki by the Pheoni Seagaia resort.It took 15 people one week to create it.  Pity it does not look very appetizing.

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4 Responses to “Japan has worlds biggest hamburger 136kg”

  1. Ronny McD Says:

    Thats one big burger, what no fries??

  2. Ken Says:

    What’s with the black buns?

  3. osvaldo Says:

    Why is the bun black/burnt??

  4. mita Says:

    Forget the fries, wheres my toy?!

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