日本での一年間

January 28, 2009

Kit Kat Flavors 3

Filed under: Kit Kat Flavors, Strange — myyearinjapan @ 8:03 am

Another installment of my collection of Kit Kat flavor pictures. These flavors seem particularly Japanese to me. Not something that I could imagine being sold in the West. If you want to look back on the first 2 posts, you can find them here and here.

This doesnt sound very appetizing to me. Its Soy Sauce flavor. I found this at the airport on my way to China. Only available in Tokyo.

This doesn't sound very appetizing to me. It's Soy Sauce flavor. I found this at the airport on my way to China. Only available in Tokyo.

More information about the Soy Sauce flavor Kit Kats

More information about the Soy Sauce flavor Kit Kats

Green Tea flavor. A special kind of Japanese green tea powder called matcha, to be specific.

Green Tea flavor. A special kind of Japanese green tea powder called matcha, to be specific.

For more information on matcha click here. Matcha is used to flavor all kinds of sweets. Matcha ice cream, rice cakes, lattes, cakes, cookies, rice crackers. You name it, they have it flavored with matcha. My favorite in matcha naan.

Yuzu (a Japanese citrus fruit) flavor Kit Kats

Yuzu (a Japanese citrus fruit) flavor Kit Kats

For more information on Yuzu, click here.

These Kit Kats are flavored as daigaku imo(大いも, literally college potato). Thats the name of a dish made with sweet potatoes with honey and sesame seeds

These Kit Kats are flavored as daigaku imo(大学いも, literally college potato); That's the name of a dish made with sweet potatoes with honey and sesame seeds. This flavor is limited edition.

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