These Japanese KitKat Flavors Would Make You Wish You Were In Japan

We knew that Japan was the country of fish-ball-flavored Pringles and adzuki bean-flavored Pepsi. Now, we’ve learned Japan’s obsession for Kit Kat – the country’s most popular candy.

In fact, it is so popular it is sold at high-end department stores and Kit Kat-only specialty shops. It is also extremely ingrained in the nation’s culture and almost every region has its own signature flavor which is sold only in that part of the country!

Here’s a small sample of the available flavors: (the article continues after the ad)

If you like what you read, then you will definitely love this one: KitKat Reveals Secret – What’s That Delicious ‘Chocolayer’ Between The Crunchy Wafers?

Source: The New York Times
Photos: The New York Times
Photoshop: I’m A Useless Info Junkie

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