Japanese KitKats

Japanese KitKats get Japanese anime video from Kyoto Animation director【Video】

Nestle wants to turn fans’ sweet stories into future installments.

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New Doughnut KitKat captures the flavour of a Japanese castle town

Regional-exclusive chocolate aims to raise funds for damaged samurai fortress.

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Japanese KitKat Bears debut exclusively in Japan, but are they any good?

Join us as we break into this limited-edition box of Valentine’s Day chocolates.

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New Japanese KitKat is…a Heartful Bear!

Japan-exclusive chocolate comes with special messages for Valentine’s Day.

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Japanese sake KitKats feature controversial package design in Australia

Pssst, Nestlé — that character’s not Japanese and you’re playing into problematic Asian stereotypes.

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Take a break from your hectic day with KitKat’s new “Spare Moment Almond and Cranberry”

Nestlé is back again with new KitKats for you to savor in between the busy moments of your life.

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Graham cracker KitKats? New wholewheat biscuit variety debuts in Japan

The brand’s first new series in 10 years features a healthier KitKat.

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KitKat releases new Japanese plum flavor to celebrate Japan’s most beautiful winter flowers

Ume sweets prove there’s more to seasonal desserts than just sakura.

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We taste the new Japanese KitKat, aged in whisky barrels in Islay, Scotland

Never before have we experienced a chocolate quite like this.

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New winter-only Japanese KitKat flavour combines chocolate with a decadent sweet

“A new way of enjoying cake” proposed by Japanese chocolatier. 

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New Japanese KitKat has been aged in whisky barrels from Islay, Scotland

Blending the best of two worlds together for an unforgettable limited-edition KitKat. 

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Japan is getting apple pie-flavor KitKats with help from a 136-year-old sweets shop

A treat as Aomori-an as apple pie.

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Japanese KitKats are shrinking, Nestlé says previous size may have been “too large” for customers

Twitter user uncovers a case of shrinkflation, and chocolate lovers aren’t happy about it. 

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