The unusual sweet is one of several new treats only available at a special Kit Kat Chocolatory store in Tokyo.
The new release is a great example of how big companies can support local businesses in the wake of a disaster.
Ah, the heady aromas of chocolate and sweaty feet may finally come together!
With three cute box designs and adorable individual wrappers, this is the best way to send wishes for a lucky New Year.
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.
Whoever thought that enjoying a cup of fragrant matcha green tea could be so easy?
The Kit Kats here are served with a theatrical display of dry ice and biscuit pieces that allow you to blow “smoke” out your nose.
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.
It looks like it belongs in Japan, but it’s another Asian country that’s laid claim to the delicious-looking sweet.