It's easy to look back at the past few years and see Burger King Japan's slew of Tokyo Teriyaki Tower Super One Pound Beef Burgers, monstrous Ugly Burger series, and all-you-can-eat one pound burger challenges and think of it as a carnivore's paradise, but they've recently turned out some vegetarian-friendly releases as well.

With some sustainable beef goals and accommodation of different diets in mind, Burger King recently released a Plant-Based Whopper that has become a mainstay of the menu.

Now Burger King Japan has announced that they're giving their Plant-Based Whopper a bunless twist with the release of the 100% plant-based Version 2 Whopper.

The Version 2 Whopper removes buns from the equation for not only a reduction in carbs, but what Burger King says is a more direct appreciation of the taste of 100% vegetable v2 patty grilled over an open flame. The vegetable and soybean patty is sandwiched between fresh lettuce, tomato, onion, and pickles with ketchup and mustard.

Burger King's Version 2 Whopper will be available for a limited time from August 6th to September 2nd at locations across Japan, priced at 690 yen a la carte and 990 yen in a set.

By - Big Neko.