Perhaps not to be outdone by Tokyo's all-you-can-eat and drink KFC, Burger King Japan will be bringing back its all-you-can-eat service for a limited time.

Burger King Japan previously made all-you-can-eat Whoppers available in 2010 and 2013 as part of their BiKing, but this year they've decided to step things up, saying they are offering an all-you-can-eat "meat wall". Instead of their normal whoppers, Burger King will be serving up their "Maximum Super One Pound Beef Burger", along with fries and refillable drinks.

The Maximum Super One Pound Beef Burger, pictured above, has four beef patties, four slices of smokey bacon, four slices of cheddar cheese, pickles, onions, tomatoes, lettuce, ketchup, and mayonnaise, is served on buns 13cm in diameter.

There are some conditions you have to fulfill to enjoy a continuous supply of Maximum Super One Pound Beef Burgers, however. Customers cannot progress onto another burger until they completely finish their initial serving, and have a maximum time limit of 45 minutes (with the last order coming at the 30 minute mark).

Burger King Japan will be offering the service for 1,900 yen at its Ochanomizu Saint-Clair location, with a maximum of ten customers at a time from September 18th to 22nd. The challenge will be held between the time windows of 14:00-15:00-16:00-17:00-18:00-19:00 each day.

By - Big Neko.