BK Japan’s SPAM & Cheese, which comes on a whole-wheat bun with usual burger fixings like pickles, mayo and lettuce, is priced at $3.42 and comes with a coffee or juice.
Other new breakfast items at BK Japan include a BK Hot Dog with ketchup and mustard, a Bolognese Burger with tomato sauce or a BLT Burger.
This is apparently not the first time that BK Japan has chosen to put SPAM on its menu.
The chain also debuted a line of mini SPAM sliders in June 2011 that were marketed towards Japanese women with the slogan, "What women want, what women get."
The Huffington Post reported that Burger King’s Hawaiian locations started selling a SPAM Platter -- which featured two slices of the canned meat with white rice and scrambled eggs -- in 2007.
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