Japanese Kit Kat

Japanese Kit Kats are known to have a wide variety of unique flavors. It all started in 2004 when the green tea variant was first introduced. Since then, they have been sold in more than 300 different flavors, making them a part of the Japanese culture. Most of these Japanese Kit Kat flavors are exclusive to certain cities, regions, and seasons. They are often marketed for omiyage in Japan, which means a gift or souvenir given to friends, family, and colleagues after returning from travels.

Japan Candy Box

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