Following up on their popular Tsukimi “moon viewing” chicken sandwiches, KFC is now offering another limited quantity fall release that’s sure to please to please fried chicken fans in Japan

On September 8th, KFC announced the release of its new boneless Garlic and Soy Sauce fried chicken to satisfy appetites in the chillier fall season. This year, they're adding a bold upgrade to the popular chicken with an even stronger garlic soy sauce flavor.

KFC says the new chicken has an inviting aroma that’ll trigger your hunger and leave you wanting more after just one crunchy bite of it will fill your mouth with the flavor of garlic soy sauce and juicy chicken.

You can enjoy combinations of original flavor and the new Garlic Soy Sauce Chicken currently at KFC locations throughout Japan.

New menu details:

“Garlic Soy Sauce Chicken” – 270 yen (“Garlic Soy Sauce Chicken boneless

“Garlic Soy Sauce Chicken combo” -820 yen (Comes with the chicken, Original chicken, small fries, and medium size drink).

“Tabe Kurabe (Eat and compare) 4pc combo”- 1200 yen (Comes with 2 pc Garlic Soy Sauce Chicken, 2 pc Original Chicken, Small fries).

“Tabe Kurabe (Eat and compare) 6pc combo”- 1700 yen (Comes with 3 pc Garlic Soy Sauce Chicken, 3 pc Original Chicken, 2 Small fries).

“Tabe Kurabe (Eat and compare) 8 pc combo”- 2400 yen (Comes with 4 pc Garlic Soy Sauce Chicken, 4 pc Original Chicken, Box French fries).

By - Mugi.