So what do you get if you order a Best 34 pizza, as Domino’s Japan dubbed this behemoth? Well, you get your standard meat toppings like sausage, pepperoni (large and regular) and bacon plus some less standard ones: prime rib, grilled beef, roast chicken, teriyaki chicken, pancetta, shrimp and a mix of seafood. Eat Brand said seems to be composed of mussels, octopus, scallops and lobster. You also get vegetables: cherry tomatoes, mushrooms, green peppers, onions, spinach, corn, asparagus, garlic, jalapenos, and rice cakes. There are a few different cheeses: standard pizza cheese, bocconcini (small balls of mozzarella) and a gouda-slash-cheddar mix as well as several sauces: tomato, basil, white sauce, mayonnaise and spicy cod roe mayo. Believe it or not, this feast will only cost customers around $24 (2750 yen).
So, is Domino’s bringing this 34-topping pizza to the United States soon? If history is anything to go by, we’re guessing that won’t be the case, as the American menu doesn’t often adopt international specialties. If he decides to launch the trim option in a US city, we suggest he do so in Milwaukee. That way, the chain could market it as “Giannis” pizza and say the 34 toppings are a tribute to the jersey number of the NBA star who is Cream City’s most beloved resident (even though he seems to prefer Chick-fil-A at Domino’s).