Sunday, May 16, 2010

Kitkat Flavors in Japan




You can't leave Japan until you tasted their different flavors of kitkat!!

I didn't know about this kitkat's different flavors (exclusively in Japan) until I learned this from my Japanese co-worker. She let me tasted the green soy bean flavor or the edamame and it tasted so good. And the second time I tasted them when my boss came back from Tokyo and brought us some different flavors like Shoyu (soy sauce), wasabi, custard pie, orange and strawberry but unfortunately I didn't have the chance to take pictures of them ;-) The soy sauce and wasabi tasted weird though (yucky and eewwww!!! hehehe).

And the pictures above are all "my kitkats" hehehe, I asked my co-worker to buy me some online since we rarely see them from the grocery stores.

From the pictures above, I ordered, custard pie, maple, banana, framboise and strawberry banana.

Grab some kitkats!!

10 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

I don't know this about Kit Kats. I guess you like them.

Anonymous said...

We discovered these Kitkats too while in Tokyo last month and brought them home to friends here in the States. We
were also in the Misawa area visiting an airmen and never did see these Kitkats. Thanks for posting them.

Missy said...

Thanks for visiting my blog anonymous ;-)

Missy said...

Abe- yes, I like kitkats ;-) especially the different flavors they are selling here in Japan

Mari said...

We have only one flavor of kitkat here. I wonder if they have different flavors here in L A, at the Japanese Village.

Loida of the 2L3B's said...

Wow, our all-time-favourite kitkat!!

Reena said...

naiiniggit ako!!!!

Missy said...

Mari- I don't think they have it in US neither in Japanes stores in LA, coz some of the kitkats here are available only online (if I'm not mistaken).

Ate Loida- me too I like kitkats!

Reena- hahaha, I know there's only one flavor in the Philippines too huh

Lucia said...

Are the different flavors chocolate too? Like banana-chocolate...hard to imagine soy chocolate tho.

Missy said...

Lucia- actually they are all chocolates inside only the covered ones are the different flavors, I should have taken pictures of the inside ;-)