More than ever, I’m convinced that Japan is the best place on earth. Where else can you pay (258 yen or roughly $3) for the “pleasure” of assembling a mini burger combo out of pastes and powders?
We’ve written about the Happy Kitchen Candy Hamburgers before, but here’s a video of them being assembled.
What amazes me here is the sheer patience involved. There’s no way I would be capable of completing this:
The burger and fries are completely edible by the way, and according to the person assembling it, they:
- Contain no artificial colours or preservatives
- Use pork and chicken ingredients
- Are 96 calories
- Taste like real hamburger, bread, cheese, ketchup, french fries and cola
Apparently, it was delicious. What do you think?