This “unsinkable convenience store” has become a source of inspiration for exam-takers all over and business couldn’t be better as a result.
Japan’s latest Kit Kat release tastes like maple leaf-shaped red bean cakes!
With 18 hard-to-find Kit Kat items on the menu, this is an extremely rare opportunity you won’t want to miss!
According to Nestlé Japan, this is the first new nationwide Kit Kat series they’ve released in six years.
Kit Kat joins forces with regional mascot Kumamon to help people in the affected area.
Customers will be able to create their own supercooled Kit Kats using ingredients like marshmallows and pretzels at the new “Below Freezing Chocolatory” pop-up store in Tokyo.
Special Shikuwasa flavor now on sale to meet summer snacking needs.
This new Kit Kat flavor certainly sounds fascinating, but you can only buy them at strictly limited locations!
If you’re coming to Japan and buying Kit Kats is on your list of things to do, you’ll want to check this store out!
Matcha Kit Kat lovers can now enjoy more green tea chocolate options.
It looks like it belongs in Japan, but it’s another Asian country that’s laid claim to the delicious-looking sweet.
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!
Chocolate-covered wafers and Japanese rice wine are a winning combination.
Kit Kats with tasty fruit and nut toppings? What more could you want?
Now you can boost your chance of passing an exam by calling for a Kit Kat cab in Japan.
Japan loves sweets, cute animals, and seasonal celebrations, so this had to happen.
Nestlé Japan is famous for producing unusual Kit Kats but this December they’re set to release their most unique version yet: a Kit Kat encased in real gold.
The delicious delights of being in Japan aren’t limited to the amazing sushi and tea. Being in the country also surprisingly gives you access to the world’s greatest variety of Kit Kat flavors and variations.
We’ve already seen the tasty confectionaries show up in cheesecake flavor and atop pizzas, and now the crossover between the chocolate wafers and baked goods continues as one of Japan’s most popular coffeehouses is now selling Kit Kat croissants.
Japan is a country serious about its Kit Kat candy bars, treating them with the respect of gourmet chocolate and putting them on top of pizza. Now the Japanese fast food chain First Kitchen has brought the world its first Kit Kat sandwich, so we of course had to try what seemed like a delicious idea. Click below for our review of the dessert and why our Kit Kat taster compared it to a bad date
Kit Kats in Japan are well-known for their creative designs and flavours, including limited releases for annual events and holidays such as Christmas, Halloween and even the cherry blossom viewing season.
Until now, there was one special holiday that always went unnoticed: Easter. This year, Nestle Japan are releasing their first ever Easter range, with a clever play on words that ties the religious festival to the month of April, the start of the Japanese school and business year.
According to Nestle, Easter is an ii sutaato, which means “good start” in Japanese. And with these gorgeous apple pie and carrot flavoured chocolates on the market, it looks like it’s going to be a very good start indeed.