Kit Kat Chocolatory

Taste the Earth with Japan’s new Sublime Volcanic KitKats

We try the newest sensation in the sweets world: chocolate made from volcanoes.

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New Volcanic Japanese KitKats unveiled at star-studded Tokyo event

KitKats made with rare cocoa beans grown on volcanoes.

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All the best Japanese Kit Kat flavours together in one exclusive anniversary box for limited time

Now you can enjoy 35 different Japan-exclusive Kit Kats without having to run around town trying to find them all.

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Taste-testing Japan’s extra-expensive handmade Kit Kat Moleson line

At 500 yen (US$4.50) a stick, these are no ordinary Kit Kats.

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Japanese Sushi Kit Kats available again for a limited time!

Customers can enjoy tuna, sea urchin, and egg creations at Japan’s newest Kit Kat Chocolatory.

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We try the world’s first ruby chocolate… inside a Japanese Kit Kat【Taste Test】

Ruby is set to be the world’s next big chocolate trend.

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New Japanese Kit Kat debuts world’s first natural ruby chocolate

Made from ruby cocoa beans, this new “fourth type of chocolate” promises a whole new Kit Kat flavour experience.

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Japanese late-night food stand serves up Kit Kats in traditional sushi containers

Line up for your Japanese sushi stand Kit Kats! Available for one week only.

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Gourmet birthstone Kit Kats go on sale in Japan, give us something to look forward to all year

Nestlé Japan’s “edible birthstones” offer a new look and a new flavor each month.

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Nestlé Japan releases new Kit Kat with chocolate cake centre

The unusual sweet is one of several new treats only available at a special Kit Kat Chocolatory store in Tokyo.

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Huge range of Japanese Kit Kat flavours available at new pop-up museum in Tokyo for limited time

With 18 hard-to-find Kit Kat items on the menu, this is an extremely rare opportunity you won’t want to miss!

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New luxury Japanese Kit Kat available at stores around the country

According to Nestlé Japan, this is the first new nationwide Kit Kat series they’ve released in six years.

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New “Minus-196 Degrees Celsius” Japanese Kit Kat cooled by liquid nitrogen available this summer

Customers will be able to create their own supercooled Kit Kats using ingredients like marshmallows and pretzels at the new “Below Freezing Chocolatory” pop-up store in Tokyo.

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