Grab a friend for one of Japan’s greatest unlimited booze offers ever.
For the price of a couple beers in a Tokyo bar, you can go all the way from the eastern capital to the southwestern island of Kyushu.
Prepaid tempura plan is totally the way to go, and even lets you choose fried chicken if that’s what your heart desires.
Planning to spend much, but not all, of your Japan trip in Tokyo? Then this could be an unbeatable deal.
This may be the best deal ever for fans of beer and shochu sours who’re tight on cash and time.
You’ll need to bring a big appetite but just a little cash.
Come for the fried food and alcohol, stay for the traditional Japanese winter comfort cuisine.
If you like to eat or drink, you owe yourself a trip here.
All-you-can-drink beer costs just 600 yen (US$5.80), which will barely get you a single glass in many other Tokyo restaurants.
Full day of Korean barbeque could work out to just 69 yen (US$0.66) per person per meal.
How many pieces of finger-lickin’ chicken do you think our Japanese reporters will be able to finish by the end of the 45-minute feast?
Count us Kentucky fried in!
It’s a literally sweet dream come true.
Limited-time offer of all-you-can-eat meat is so good and so cheap that it’ll make you forgive the corny pun behind it.
Are you a big otaku with a big hole in your heart? This might be just what you’re looking for to help you find who you’re looking for.
Sankei Super doesn’t vouch for the flavor, but the local Tokyo grocer offers select expired items at massive discounts, in addition to an already cheap lineup of other goods.
See all that mouth-watering Japanese-style karaage fried chicken? It only cost us 100 yen, and we could have eaten twice as much without getting charged any more.
With 60 items for just 1,000 yen (US$8.35), Animate’s lucky bag might just be the luckiest of all.
No one said the most important meal of the day can’t also be the cheapest.
For companies in the fast food hamburger business, there’s no way of getting around the fact that they’re in competition with McDonald’s. So instead of trying to tiptoe around the situation, Burger King Japan has decided to try to tackle its rival head-on with the new Big King 4.0 sandwich, which Burger King has just introduced to the Japanese market.
If you’ve got burgers on the brain, the name Big King no doubt reminds you of McDonald’s Big Mac, and that’s fine with Burger King. As a matter of fact, thanks to an unusual promotion going on right now, Burger King will give you a discount on a Big King if you bring in a receipt showing you recently bought a Big Mac, or, even stranger, if you bring in the actual McDonald’s hamburger itself.