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With each new season in Japan, Nestle releases new Kit Kat flavor that are often based on seasonal flavors found in Japan. Check out some of their newest creations below!
Nestle Japan's newest flavor is one we've seen before, but it's been a few years since it was last available. These new melon Kit Kats are made with melon and mascarpone cheese from Japan's northernmost island, Hokkaido. This unique flavor tastes fresh, juicy, and the lovely sweet cheese makes it the perfect balance.
Kit Kat's don't just come in bags, there are many special collections of Kit Kats that have a more luxurious taste and packaging. Below are some of our favorites from the various Nestle Japan Kit Kat Collections.
These are some of our favorite Kit Kats from the Regional Flavors Collection. Nestle Japan created these flavors based on popular foods from specific areas in Japan. For example; Uji Matcha Kit Kats use finely ground matcha green tea leaves that are grown in Uji, Kyoto, Japan. These are our top picks, but be sure to check out all of the regional Kit Kats here.
Classic Japanese Kit Kats are flavors that are sold all year so that you can always satisfy your craving.
The "Otona no Amasa" or Adult Sweetness is a line of Japanese Kit Kats that are less sweet than a traditional Kit Kat but still packed with unique Japanese flavors. These Kit Kats are available all year round and a great snack for those who prefer a treat that isn't overly sweet.
There are plenty of Kit Kats that don't fall into a particular collection, but are still truly amazing creations. The below Kit Kats are our favorite new releases. Check out all of the great Japanese Kit Kats here.
The box contains 21 different flavors of Japanese Kit Kats for a total of 63 packs.
Everyone's favorite Kit Kat Party box is back with new flavors and more Kit Kats!
"Fun story, I ordered like $200 worth of KitKats from you guys because I got married in February and our wedding favors
for our guests were little gift boxes with 6-7 different flavored Japanese KitKats in each of them. Everyone loved them!"