Circle K Japan Stuffs Onigiri With Bacon Cheeseburgers

Onigiri, to the uninitiated, is a popular Japanese snack that is usually comprised of a rice ball wrapped in seaweed and stuffed with something yummy (usually meat.) It's the kind of thing that is sold at corner stores, so it makes perfect sense that one of the world's biggest 'corner store' chains would offer up their own take on it. And what a take it is.

Circle K Japan just unleashed on the world their oddly named  Bakudan Musubi Bacon Cheeseburger. It entails pieces of onigiri stuffed with the aforementioned bacon and cheeseburger. Just to add some more American awesomeness, it's also stuffed with fried egg and mayonnaise.

If you happen to be in Japan, one of these Franken-snacks will set you back 298 yen or $2.92 in those wacky American dollars.

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