"It's overkill, chef! Extremely spicy mala man" to 7-ELEVEN in some areas
The one that seems to be painful came out (the source of the image is the official website of each company)

At 7-ELEVEN in some areas, a new Chinese bun "It's overkill, chef! Gokushin Mala Man" was released on February 19th. The price is 148 yen (tax included).

This is a "super spicy" Chinese steamed bun that uses chili pepper, Chinese pepper, and black pepper. A black dough made from bamboo charcoal, which is wrapped with minced pork, sesame seeds, onions, and garlic. You can feel the umami in the spiciness. The sales area is part of Tokyo, Tochigi, and Ibaraki.

By the way, as Chinese steamed buns that you can also enjoy "spicy", there are Lawson's "Grilled Cheese Dak-galbi Man" (180 yen including tax) and FamilyMart's "Yangnyeom Chicken Man" (180 yen including tax), so if you like spicy food, compare them. You may see it. I think 7-ELEVEN is probably the hardest thing to do ...

Lawson's "Grilled Cheese Dak-galbi Man"
Lawson "Grilled Cheese Dak-galbi Man"

FamilyMart's "Yangnyeom Chicken Man"
Family Mart "Yangnyeom Chicken Man"