In honor of ‘Ghostbusters,’ Japan ain’t afraid of no black burger

Image: Ghostbusters TM & 2016 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc/j.s. burgers cafe

Ray, when someone asks if you want to try a black burger, you say yes!

Japanese burger chain J.S. Burgers Cafe evidently has some big Ghostbusters fans on staff their new menu features several new meals based on the movie, including a black burger.

According to Fashion Snap, the cafe’s menu features other exorcism-inspired food including a smoothie, nachos and a dessert burger.

The burger’s black patty gets its hue from a “black-olive-and-anchovy-paste,” and is stuffed with beef, tomato, purple cabbage and more.

Image: GHOSTBUSTERS TM & 2016 COLUMBIA PICTURES INDUSTRIES, INC/J.S. BURGERs CAFE

Their well-balanced smoothie is colored to look like Slimer the ghost fromGhostbusters. The green drink is topped off withkiwi and tiny burger-shaped candies.

Image: GHOSTBUSTERS TM & 2016 COLUMBIA PICTURES INDUSTRIES, INC/J.S. BURGERs CAFE

Let your Ghostbusters meal come full circle with J.S. Burgers Cafe’s dessert burger. The white bun seems to be stuffed with Oreos and marshmallows and has “blood” seeping out.

Image: GHOSTBUSTERS TM & 2016 COLUMBIA PICTURES INDUSTRIES, INC/J.S. BURGERs CAFE

Black burgers have been a du jour item in Japan for quite a few years. Both McDonald’s and Burger King in Japan have released black, squid ink burgers.

In the U.S., however, the unusual food item has caused nearly as much controversy as the upcomingGhostbustersreboot. When Burger King released a black burger for Halloween 2015, the Internet was not shy in reporting that it turned their poop green.

The Ghostbusters reboot is set to release July 15, and J.S. Burgers Cafe will be serving the new food from July 1 Sept. 30.

We recommend making sure it’s not haunted before taking a bite.

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