Japan has plenty of awesome Kit Kats, but we just ate what might be the craziest one of all.
It’s not often that you find a dessert that can give you a brain freeze and third-degree burns, so we had to try it for ourselves.
This certainly doesn’t help the stereotype that Japan will put corn on top of anything.
Consider this your treasure map to the wonders hiding in Japanese convenience stores’ cooler cases.
The unusual sweet is one of several new treats only available at a special Kit Kat Chocolatory store in Tokyo.
Eatery delivers sweets, drinks with the elegant cooperation of flowing water.
Coffee… in an ice cream cone… genius!
No more sticky hands or melted puddles necessary.
Our reporter had a good time frolicking in this limited-time store.
The fast food giant is currently asking customers to guess which weird and whacky Pokémon flavour they’ll release.
Beautiful and delicious, both inside and out.
Not just any green tea is good enough to become Daijinsho Matcha ice cream.
Hokkaido-based cake artist draws on a wide variety of inspirations for jaw-dropping edible art.
One of Japan’s oldest distillers shares a delicious dessert idea.
Just in time for summer, Dominique Ansel Bakery Japan is serving up their new What-a-Melon soft serve ice cream sandwiched inside an actual watermelon slice!
These aren’t ice cream sandwiches, either, but an all-new treat.
That includes nearly 30 different matcha sweets and 50 kinds of ice cream!
Menu includes “unicorn” and “rainbow” flavors, the latter of which looks like nothing we’ve seen and tastes nothing like what we expected.
Here’s your convenience store snack survival guide, for when “all of the above” isn’t an option.