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  1. AJ
    AJ at |

    I could not comprehend the move… KFC? Other folks go and try to get top-flight restaurants to do these sorts of things. what am i missing?

  2. Noah Kimmel
    Noah Kimmel at |

    how can a fried product possibly be reheated into something tasty?

    and, is it going to make the planes smell like a KFC? that would be terrible….

    but KFC is very popular overseas, and Americans love fast food! The packaging looks rather elegant considering the product, hahaha.

  3. Joe C.
    Joe C. at |

    Is KFC REALLY that big of a commodity for travelers coming from Japan to the USA? Its surprising how far fried chicken travels around the world, and how its sought after.

    It doesn’t make me really WANT to hop on a JAL flight though. Now if it were an In-N-Out Double Double…i might be more tempted.

  4. theblakefish
    theblakefish at |

    That looks disgusting beyond words….I am booking one, too

  5. canuck_in_ca
    canuck_in_ca at |

    I’m on SAN-NRT next week but not NRT-SAN. Now I’m glad…

  6. JohnnieD
    JohnnieD at |

    OMG…………………….

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  9. Eugene
    Eugene at |

    Lol awesome. When travelling for 2-3 weeks sometimes you crave something from home. Both Cambodia and Poland had pretty good KFC.

  10. David
    David at |

    Not sure from your post if you’re aware, but just to add some clarity, KFC at Christmas time is a Japanese tradition: http://www.japantoday.com/category/lifestyle/view/the-kfc-christmas-connection-in-japan

    I’d take it over a Christmas ham any day. 🙂