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A restaurant in a high-class Tokyo hotel has unveiled giant wagyu burgers with golden-dusted buns costing ¥100,000 ($908), in honor of the upcoming ascension of Crown Prince Naruhito.

Available at the Oak Door steakhouse in the Grand Hyatt Tokyo, located in the posh Roppongi district, the 3-kilogram burgers will celebrate the succession and new Imperial era using an array of expensive ingredients, including foie gras and shaved black truffles.

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