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All-You-Can-Eat KFC for Less Than ¥1,500

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This summer KFC is offering an all-you-can-eat deal on Fridays! The promotion kicks off July 20, 2018, at 218 participating branches across Japan. 47 of those are in Tokyo, with the most centrally located being the KFC branches at Shibuya Dogenzaka, Akihabara, Asakusa, Ikebukuro, Ikebukuro Nishiguchi, Tokyo Dome City LaQua, Nakano, Hacchobori, Sangenjaya and Eifukucho.

Every Friday between July 20 and August 31, ¥1,380 (US$12.30) gets you all the original-recipe fried chicken you can eat for 45 minutes, plus as many orders of curly-cut French fries, biscuits and soft drinks as you’d like to go with it. The price for elementary school-age kids is discounted to ¥980, and children younger than that eat for free when accompanied by a paying full-price customer (one free child per customer, with additional children eating for ¥680 each).

KFC is offering the all-you-can-eat deal for “dinner time,” which it defines as any time past 4 p.m. A complete list of participating locations can be found here (in Japanese).

Reservations are required, and can be made in person at participating branches or over the phone. If you’re asking your hotel’s concierge or front desk staff to help you, the phrase you’ll need for “all-you-can-eat KFC” is "Kentakkii tabe houdai".

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