Of Japanese Kit Kat and Pocky!

Japanese kit kats comes in all flavors and sometimes the flavors is region affiliated like Wasabi flavor is associated with Shizuoka prefecture, sweet potato flavor is associated with Okinawa. You can check out this link for some of the region limited flavors. Flavored kit kats are so popular in Japan that they have a few pop out stores around Japan that sells out or is thronged with tourists trying to get their hands on some limited flavored.

Here are some of the flavors that I had tried to date

New kit kat flavors from japan

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Strawberry cheese cake and almond jelly flavor. I prefer the almond jelly one though.

Love package from japan: Okinawa and Shikoku omiyages

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Orange lime flavor from Shikoku prefecture.

Niigata limited kit Kat – pear flavored

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Niigata Pear flavor.

Blueberry cheese cake kit kat

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Blueberry cheese cake from Jou Koushinetsu

The new baked kit kat that came out last fall in Japan. Sold in supermarkets.

Pocky comes in all forms too.

Giant rainbow ones

#Pocky day , nov 11, 1111…. Have u eaten ur pocky today?

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Creamy chocolates ones sold during winter.

What is so special about this new pocky from japan?

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Heart shaped ones for Valentines!

Winter edition hello panda, recommended to heat it up before eating

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Here’s the koala snacks that you toast it before you pop it in your mouth, sold during the winters

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