What better way to tell them to “be mine” than by taking them to a “chocolate mine?”
Looking for a way to revolutionize the stale traditions of Japanese Valentine’s Day, Mr. Sato believes he has found the ultimate gift.
Takoyaki, Japan’s ever-popular street food gets a sweet gourmet makeover in time for Valentine’s Day.
Say goodbye to butter and jam because now it’s time to enjoy matcha toast and sandwiches!
Nestlé Japan is starting a membership service for its Kit Kat Chocolatory product line, and it comes with a chance to win an actual gold Kit Kat!
It’s not like we really needed any more reasons to eat potato chips, but matcha and chocolate together make a pretty convincing argument.
Your anime-loving sweetheart will (not) believe his or her luck.
Now you can enjoy a break with a Kit Kat and a shot of Japanese rice wine all rolled into one.
Is Tokyo restaurant’s new menu item a culinary dream come true, or do two rights make a wrong?
Salty potato fries covered in two types of chocolate sauce? We’re lovin’ it!
Kit Kats with tasty fruit and nut toppings? What more could you want?
What happens when renowned Kyoto tea makers are inspired by fine French chocolates? You get stunning and mouth-watering sweets like these!
So brilliant it doesn’t even seem fair.
It’s amazing how one gooey brown liquid can be so mouth-watering, and another not at all.
If you’ve got such a powerful sweet tooth that you worship chocolate, these might be just the treats for you.
Now you can boost your chance of passing an exam by calling for a Kit Kat cab in Japan.
A cup of tea, a piece of fruit, or a bit of chocolate can all make for a delicious and relaxing moment, and this new Kyoto confectionary lets you enjoy all three in a single bite.
Apparently sliced chocolate was only the beginning.
Pocky packets receive a revamp with some…unusual…word amalgamations.
Sliced ham? Sliced cheese? Sorry, but sliced chocolate is about to make everything else you can put on bread seem like chopped liver in comparison.