Grab a highball and serving of fried chicken for only 200 yen (US$1.80)! And if you’re feeling really crazy get some sushi too.

The kaitenzushi (conveyor belt sushi) business is a fierce one with chains unleashing gimmicks left and right to compete. Kappa Sushi is one such competitor having set up daring promotions such as the Sushi Cake, All-You-Can-Eat Sushi, and rock-bottom 50 yen ($0.45) sushi.

Now, they’ve really kicked it up a notch by serving really cheap booze as well! Until the end of October, customers can enjoy a glass of beer for only 100 yen ($0.90). Now, chances are by the time you read this it will be too late to take advantage of this offer, but fret not! Something even better is just around the corner.

Starting 1 November Kappa Sushi will be selling highballs of whiskey and soda for just 100 yen ($0.90) from the hours of 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Since they normally sell for 380 yen ($3.40) that’s a considerable bargain, and it’s not even limited to one per person, so get as many as you like!

However, if that’s still not enough of a discount, Kappa Sushi also humbly offers a pair of combos as well. The High Chiki Set is a dish of karaage fried chicken and a highball while the High Poté Set has French fries in the place of the chicken. Each combo is only 200 yen ($1.80).

These combos normally cost 580 yen ($5.20), so if you crunch the numbers you’ll find that even if you buy two, you’re still saving about 30% on the price of one!

Now for the bad news: this offer is only limited to Kappa Sushi locations in Tokyo, Kanagawa, Aichi, and Osaka Prefectures. Also, it lasts until 21 December which means you won’t be able to enjoy lots of cheap whiskey with your romantic Japanese Christmas dinner of fried chicken. Still, it’s a great deal, and did we mention they have sushi there too?!

Source, insert images: Kappa Sushi
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