KFC Japan has Turned it Up a Notch with All Class and more Deliciousness!

  • KFC is no doubt very popular among many people in Japan, especially when it comes to its succulent chicken. You can almost say that this fast food chain has become the embodiment of chicken in the country.

    Now add in a bit of Japanese creativity to the fast food chain with a single idea recreating the entire establishment. Check out the remodeled KFC branch in Takadanobaba, now labeled KFC+ Cafe and Bar. Let’s take a closer look at what the menu has in store for you!

    KFC+ Cafe and Bar

    Step into the newly remodeled KFC+Cafe and Bar in Takadanobaba, and you will instantly be greeted by the creative chalk art of Colonel Sanders on the ceiling of the establishment. Once inside, you’ll also be surprised to see bartenders lined up and ready to serve an alcoholic beverage of your choice.

    Although this may not be the only branch that serves alcohol, it has a variety of craft beers and premium malts to choose from. This KFC seems to outmatch all the others with a cool and hip atmosphere for everyone to enjoy. Students as well as workers, families, and couples can appreciate their entire experience at KFC with the broad menu available at this branch which extends to the cafe and bar as well.

    Colonel High and Seating

    This KFC is also the only branch that serves the Colonel High, an original highball topped with a secret spice before being served, made to perfectly match KFC’s original chicken.

    The remodeled branch is also spacious inside with the counter seating and center table seating equipped with electrical outlets. Sofa seats are also available if you are in a group too.

    If you want to experience the difference between the KFC+ Cafe and Bar to all the others, please make sure you check it out during your stay – there is nothing like the Japanese Colonel High and Chicken experience!

    KFC Japan Website*Japanese Only


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