Japanese Kit Kat Shop

Japanese Kit Kat Shop In Tokyo Station With Different Flavoured Kit Kats

Japanese Kit Kat Shop In Tokyo Station

Came across a great shop today in Tokyo station near the Yaesu central exit that sells all the current limited edition flavours of Japanese kit kats from the different regions of Japan! In Japan each region has their own limited edition flavour kit kat that reflects the food speciality of the area so you would normally have to travel there to get hold of some. There are some shops in Narita airport that sell some of the different flavoured kit kats but this shop in Tokyo station seems to have the full range! Currently they are stocking flavours such as Chinese almond jelly flavour, purple sweet potato flavour, yubari melon flavour, red bean sandwich flavour (my personal fave) as well as bizarre flavours such as wasabi flavour and chilli pepper flavour! :)

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3 Responses to Japanese Kit Kat Shop

  1. Richard says:

    Haha that’s reason enough to go! I need to visit that country one day, it’s high on my list. Is it easy to get teaching work?

  2. Alex says:

    HI,

    I’ve been looking for this shop for a while and I really can’t seem to find it, do you have any advice or maybe a shop name?

    It would really mean a lot ^_^

    • Evangeline says:

      Hi Alex, thanks for your message. The next time I go to Tokyo station I’ll check what the name of the shop is and let you know.

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