KFC's Menu Adds A New Chicken Sandwich
Earlier this month, on August 24th, KFC Japan tweeted a photo of two of their new, hearty sandwiches.
On the left is what may be a fried burger topped with a fluffy egg with a runny yolk, lettuce, and what could be mayonnaise.
The one on the right is also fashioned identically but substitutes KFC's famous fried chicken for the unidentifiable patties.
Release dates for both sandwiches have been set for August 31; beyond that, no other information is provided.
There is a silhouette of the Sanrio Co. trademark (SNROF) in the midst of the two sandwiches. The tweet challenges readers to identify the object in the photo.
The figure, though, may be familiar to everyone who has been in a Hot Topic in the previous few years: an egg named Gudetama,
who has been welcomed globally for its attitude of unashamed lethargy (and who happens to come from the very same cutesy family as Hello Kitty).
For people in the United States who aren't aware with Sanrio's global reach, a cooperation involving Gudetama may be seen as a deep cut.
In Japan, though, the protagonist has widespread popularity. Sanrio, which took a major financial blow during the epidemic, may also use some help.
Perhaps the best way to help Sanrio bounce back from the epidemic is to have a sad, tired-looking egg advertise fried chicken sandwiches.
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