This isn’t the country’s first KFC buffet. Let’s hope it’s not the last, either.

According to Gigazine, KFC opened up its second all-you-can-eat restaurant this week in Osaka. The first one is also in Osaka, so if you’re ever in Osaka, you have no excuse not to stuff your face with fried chicken.

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This is the other (older!) KFC buffet.

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Unlike this KFC buffet, which also allows patrons dining at the restaurant to order from the regular menu, the newer one is all-you-can-eat only for those dining in. There is a takeout window for those who want to order set meal deals or buckets of chicken, but inside the restaurant is just the buffet. Also, the new KFC restaurant looks a tad fancier and less fast foody.

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Prices vary depending on the time you order. The lunch buffet is 70 minutes and is available between 11am and 5pm. Adults are 1,880 yen (~$15) and grade schoolers are 980 yen (~$8) (add another 100 yen [~$0.8] for weekends and holidays). Dinner time is between 5pm and 10pm. Adults are 2,480 (~$20), while grade schoolers are 1,280 yen (~$10). Yes, junior high students and up are adults, because growing kids eat a ton, I guess.

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These, of course, are plastic food samples, like you see in front of Japanese restaurants.

Check out these images from Gigazine and Twitter.

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The Colonel’s suit!

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The buffet has a wide menu, serving up pasta, bread, soup, and desserts as well as, you guessed it, fried chicken.

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For more, do check out Gigazine!

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