Japanese cuisine is usually associated with the delicious taste and smooth texture of the sushi, but the national airline of Japan chose to present a completely different meal, KFC chicken. Japan Airlines will share offer from restaurants Colonel Sanders was, to some destinations in the U.S. and Europe for three months starting from December 1.

The airline said that they would provide a menu called Air Kentucky, which consists of chicken thigh and breast fillet coupled with bread, salad and a bowl of coleslaw. KFC is a popular food in Japan on Christmas Day, a commercial festival celebrated primarily by the young couple.

World's fast-food giant said that the popularity on December 25 originated from the early 1970s when the expats in Japan started buying chicken as a substitute for the turkey, which was not available there. KFC said that Japanese youth welcomed the idea and quickly fried chicken became mandatory menu at Christmas.

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