Niko Niko Cho Kaigi 3 will offer "all-you-can-eat FamilyMart"

In Japan, there are lots of restaurants offering an all-you-can-eat or all-you-can-drink service, which means you can eat as much Yakiniku (Japanese BBQ), sushi, alcoholic drinks or sweets as you want (menu differs depending on the restaurant) for a certain amount of time. However, we have never heard of an All-you-can-eat Convenience Store…

At the upcoming Niko Niko Cho Kaigi 3 event run by the Japanese video sharing website Niko Niko Douga on April 26 and 27 at Makuhari Messe, one of the major Japanese convenience store chains FamilyMart will offer a 10-minute all-you-can-eat service. Literally you can eat anything in the booth including bento boxes, rice balls, sandwiches, bread, sweets, snacks, fried chicken, drinks, sauce & spices and so on.

To experience that, in addition to buying the ¥250 ticket at the booth, you have to bring a receipt with the campaign code on it. If you spend more than ¥250 including campaign products at FamilyMart stores, you will get the special receipt.


 

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