Things to pick up at Japan’s most popular discount interior shop: curtains, bedsheets, matcha strawberries.
As the leaves start to turn brown in Japan, it’s time for its desserts to do so too.
According to Nestlé Japan, this is the first new nationwide Kit Kat series they’ve released in six years.
But don’t fill up on those, because you’ll want to save room for the Witch Organ Soup.
Only available in certain countries for a limited time, these regional cakes come with a number of gorgeous details.
Don’t feed the bears. Let them feed you instead.
If you’re munching on some melon bread right now, you may want to put that thing down.
If green tea, Japan’s favorite traditional drink, can make desserts better, why not its most important seasoning, too…right? Right?!?
From a melon soda monster to a mummy filled with purple ooze, these awesome new designs and flavours make this range one of their best releases yet!
How would you like to bite into a flaky pie filled with peach goodness?
Some assembly required. Much cuteness included.
Great Pumpkin still nowhere to be found.
Matcha lovers will want to try all five of the deliciously green items on the menu!
Oh, and all-you-can-eat cake is also part of the package.
The flavour is so delectable it ranks in the top three favourites for Japanese ice cream lovers.
Meg shows us further proof that no matter where you go in Japan, you’re never very far away from something that tastes really good.
Japanese Twitter users are weighing in with their thoughts on the two new limited edition items.
No wonder Mickey doesn’t look any older today than he did 80 years ago.
With this cool set and a short list of ingredients, you’re never more than a couple of minutes away from enjoying some traditional Japanese desserts.