Lovers of karaage, Japan's delicious fried chicken, certainly have a lot of ways to enjoy the popular bento and bar food. Fried chicken fans can find a number of award winning karaage restaurants and low calorie options.

Lately foodies can enjoy a bevy of tabehoudai (all-you-can-eat) karaage options around Japan. While very few can top the less than a dollar tabehoudai deal offered by Kita no Kazoku, restaurants under the umbrella of TKS Group are serving up an event that will let them dine on all the karaage they can handle for 500 yen! ($4.80 USD at today's exchange rate).

From November 20th until each respective store's 2020 closing date (at the end of December), patrons can enjoy one hour of all-you-can-eat karaage, which TKS says is especially juicy and crispy using a soy-sauce based 30-year-old secret recipe. Preschool-aged children can order free of charge as an added bonus.

As with most similar services, there are a couple rules (when in a group, all members must order the all-you-can-eat option and order one additional food and drink item), but it still works out to be a great deal, particularly when used in combination with the all-you-can-drink option many of the izakaya and restaurants TKS has.

A full list of 26 participating locations can be found at the TKS website.

By - grape Japan editorial staff.