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Ultra Seven’s Hashed Beef: Ultraman Has a Beef with This

by Paul Strauss
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I think we’ve already established that Japan has an affinity for the unusual. One of the weirder items I’ve seen in a while has to be this processed beef product made up to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the popular Ultra Seven franchise.

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This delicious looking meal includes some boil-in-bag “hashed beef”, packaged up in a special Ultra Seven box. It also includes a pair of Ultra Seven wrap-around “Ultra Eye” goggles, because all packaged meat and rice products should do that.

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Apparently the dishes have been made by a restaurant run by Kohji Moritsugu, who was one of the stars of the original Ultra Seven series. Like that helps make any more sense out of this stuff.

A four-pack of this delicious dish will set you back ¥6,300 (~$65 USD). Now those are some expensive TV dinners.

[via Toy People and Japan Trends]

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