You Won't Believe The Number Of Toppings Domino's Japan Is Offering On One Pizza

What's the largest number of toppings you've ever had on a pizza? Most pizzerias don't really limit you, as long as you're willing to pony up a buck or more per additional topping, but if you've ever been tempted to go overboard, you may find out that it's not really worth it. Not only do you not really taste every topping, but the excess weight tends to make the pizza soggy.

Still, that hasn't stopped Domino's in Japan from going all-out on one particular pizza. This isn't the first time that Japanese Domino's restaurants have offered menu items that are a far cry from what we can get in the U.S. For one thing, Domino's rice bowls are a Japan-only thing. For another, it has some pretty unique-sounding pizzas on the menu from time to time. One such offering was a dessert pizza with mochi and boba, while another was a pizza topped with fish and chips with a lemon slice garnish. This latest offering is truly over the top, though, as it features an unbelievable 34 different toppings!

Domino's Best 34 seems to have a little of everything

So what do you get if you order a Best 34 pizza, as Domino's Japan has dubbed this behemoth? Well, you get your standard meat toppings like sausage, pepperoni (big and regular), and bacon along with some less-standard ones: beef ribs, char-grilled beef, roast chicken, teriyaki chicken, pancetta, shrimp, and a seafood mix that Brand Eating says appears to be made up of mussels, octopus, scallops, and lobster. You also get veggies: 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 blend as well as several sauces: tomato, basil, white sauce, mayonnaise, and spicy cod roe mayo. Believe it or not, this feast will set customers back only about $24 (2750 yen).

So will Domino's be introducing this 34-topping pizza in the United States anytime soon? If history is anything to go by, we're going to guess that it won't, as the American menu doesn't often adopt international specialties. If it does decide to debut the topping option in any one U.S. city, though, we suggest it does so in Milwaukee. That way, the chain could market it as the "Giannis" pizza and say that the 34 toppings are a tribute to the jersey number of the NBA star who is Cream City's most beloved resident (even if he does seem to prefer Chick-fil-A to Domino's).