Let me just get one thing out of the way, I love Japan and their brilliant innovations. Clearly if you read one of my recent posts about Japanese artisans who make replicas of actual pine wood furniture into mini feline-friendly ones, you’d already know that by now.
It’s definitely not brand new information that KFC has been doing anything and everything to get people’s attention. From literally sending a Zinger burger to space, releasing a line of merchandise and not to forget the edible fried chicken flavoured nail polish. Yum.
KFC Japan continues the streak with a KFC Bath Bomb shaped like a drumstick and is definitely meant to smell like one of their outlets. Made in collaboration with Village Vanguard, a Japanese novelty store chain who are known to come up with weird bath bombs that resembles the food that we eat.
Getting your hands on one of these is a little tricky, there’s a contest to participate in as part of their campaign that is running from November 1st to the 15th. 100 Lucky winners are chosen daily by simply following KFC Japan’s twitter account, retweet with the hashtags #KFCのアノ香りand #秘伝のコンビパック (which actually translates to #thatsmellofkfc and #secretcombinationpack).
— ケンタッキーフライドチキン (@KFC_jp) October 30, 2017
— ケンタッキーフライドチキン (@KFC_jp) November 1, 2017