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More Fun With Fast Food: Double Roll Pizza Breakdown

After seeing the Double Roll Pizza from Pizza Hut, I have been dying to know how many calories and milligrams of sodium are in that thing.

This pizza is currently available at Pizza Huts all over Japan. I really hope this is not what other countries think American food is. Being that I don't read Japanese and also that I don't think Japan requires nutritional content to be posted, I decided to make an educated guess based on the image (with some translating help from user thisisalladream). Want to know the number I came up with? It's shocking, so


Calories Sodium (mg)
12" Cheese Pizza from Pizza Hut 2,160 4,560
Pigs n Blanket (12) 1,128 2,088
Cheese Pizza Rolls (12) 380 960
Bacon (2 Slices) 86 370
Italian Sausage (1 Link) 230 809
Hamburger Patties (4 small) 480 130
Ham (3 oz) 151 1,275
Tomatoes (4 Slices) 18 8
Mushroom (1) 2 1
Onion (1 tablespoon) 4 0
Peppers (10 Strips) 5 1
Peas and Carrots (1 oz) 20 50
Room for Error 500 500
TOTAL 5,164 10,752

This means that one slice is about 646 calories and 1,344 mg of sodium. Yowzers! Now I am not saying this to be the actual number (because I actually think it seems low), but I just calculated to the best of my abilities. Besides, I couldn't even try and figure out how many more calories are in the optional maple syrup and ketchup dipping sauces.

I'm gonna go blow chunks now...

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jessolicious jessolicious 7 years
wow, that just might feed my boyfriend... for breakfast.
Yasue Yasue 7 years
i hope ppl wont think japanese ppl would love to eat this nasty pizza.. cos i would never ever oder it.
leahtron leahtron 8 years
there is... so much going on. i think my brain wouldn't know what to focus on. it's like the pizza equivalent of a theme park! are those PEAS?!
kml123 kml123 8 years
i hope that's not how foreign people think we eat that pizza is absolutely barf inducing i makes me wanna cry and the beef patties are hysterical
gaulearnedimp gaulearnedimp 8 years
It's kind of telling that all of the ingredients advertised on the cover are in katakana, the separate alphabet designed to phonetically spell foreign words. They are all in English. This is how they must view our diet. ;)
i-am-awesomeness i-am-awesomeness 8 years
That looks yummy! Of course you can't eat this all the time, but it looks very tasty for a sometimes treat :)
plasticapple plasticapple 8 years
I would totally try this. Just for fun. Eating it once isn't going to hurt. Now, if you ate this every day...that's a different story.
PinkNC PinkNC 8 years
That looks horrible, even for your pet to eat.
laurelm laurelm 8 years
We reviewed the Double Roll Pizza: http://rinkya.blogspot.com/2007/07/rinkya-reviews-double-roll-pizza-from_27.html And we called for the calorie content, according to Pizza Hut it is: A medium pizza is 1943 calories and a large is 2809 calories. But I think it would be more than that as well...
dalia-doll dalia-doll 8 years
We have something rather like that in NZ. They have just introduced the Meat Pie Pizza with all the (gross) meat pie filling on a pizza based covered with cheese. And then we have the cheesy bites pizza with those tear-off cheese rolls, just like in the Japanese pizza. Yuck.
Tech Tech 8 years
I love that your room for error is 500 calories..."you know you should eat a salad when..."
ohhsilvia ohhsilvia 8 years
its a heart attack waiting to happen
thewordisberry thewordisberry 8 years
I agree most Japanese food is really healthy. The US is the one exporting things like pizza and burgers, after all. :)
Feesje Feesje 8 years
No it's really maple syrup, Fit said so herself: "Besides, I couldn't even try and figure out how many more calories are in the optional maple syrup and ketchup dipping sauces." But: more than 5000 calories in ONE pizza?? Isn't that about the intake you should have in 2 days combined?
azbezzy azbezzy 8 years
hahahahah omfg wow. and i thought the pizza with cheeseburger bits and fries on it that they served us once at college was bad. this takes the cake! (and everything else in the kitchen, apparently)
mwmsjuly19 mwmsjuly19 8 years
Japanese food is so healthy over all. This stuff is poison.
intensebandgeek intensebandgeek 8 years
WOWEE.
tooq2love tooq2love 8 years
makes me want to :sick:
thewordisberry thewordisberry 8 years
I am confused and disappointed: no BBQ sauce? Mustard? Relish? Pizza's not pizza without at least three condiments. ;) Pssst...sharing this with the readers at www.marksdailyapple.com/pizza-craziness. Awesome post, Fit!
wiggle wiggle 8 years
OMG! The beef patties crack me up! this is like food as a circus side show.
7bits 7bits 8 years
I want to EAT this - but I don't know how because I refuse to use a knife and fork to eat PIZZA! and I'm not going to be using chopsticks either! XD
d_ford d_ford 8 years
Maybe the Maple Leaf is refering to Canadian bacon? Maple syrup on that pizza would be gross. Scratch that, the whole pizza is gross.
chdinapoli chdinapoli 8 years
ewwww
Renees3 Renees3 8 years
That doesn't even Look like something I would want to eat, regardless of calories! I LOVE pizza but this is Too much!!
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