Who wants KFC for Christmas? The tradition of eating KFC for Christmas in Japa…

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The tradition of eating KFC for Christmas in Japa...

Who wants KFC for Christmas? ?
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The tradition of eating KFC for Christmas in Japan first started in 1974. KFC had a promotion and sold a Christmas “party barrel” (inspired by the elaborate American turkey dinner, but with fried chicken instead of turkey). The promotion went national in Japan under the name Kurisumasu ni wa Kentakkii: Kentucky for Christmas. Since there wasn’t already any established traditions in Japan for Christmas, somehow this campaign was adopted as THE tradition for Christmas in Japan every year. It is estimated that 3.6 million Japanese families eat KFC during the Christmas season. Millions of people weather long lines to order fried chicken to carry on this annual tradition. Would you wait in these long lines for KFC?
?: @kfc_japan

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