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KFC Japan Announces Weekly All-You-Can-Eat Menu

  • 08
  • 09
  • 2016

Did the all-you-can-eat KFC catch your eye? Let’s not kid ourselves. It’s basically the only reason you clicked on this article and probably the only reason you will finish it.

Fried chicken will always hold a special place in our hearts and is likely to remain there while we grow old, fragile, and no longer even have the strength and power required to chow down a bucket of Kentucky Fried Chicken.

Anyway, now to the story.

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On Wednesdays between July 13 and August 31st (and only on Wednesdays), a special all-you-can-eat deal will be offered for the price of 1,380 yen (approx $13.75) for adults, or 980 yen (approx $9.75) for children of elementary school age or younger.

So, let me answer your next question. Is all the food unlimited?

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Good question. That’s also the first question I would have asked. The deal is this: 3 pieces of original recipe chicken, a biscuit, small French fries, and a medium soft drink. Plus, unlimited refills of any item on the special menu for a period of 45 minutes.

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On other days of the week and outside the specified hours, the menu would cost you 1340 yen (approx $13.35) alone. So, I think that’s motivation enough for us all to book our flights to Japan.

You can tuck into this feast at any of the 207 participating branches around Japan. Just make sure to book in advance. The KFC kitchens need time to prepare 200 original recipe wings just for you.

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