Kit Kat New Released Onsen Steamed Bun Flavoured is Now Available in Japan


Kit Kat is a famous chocolate-covered wafer bar confection and it was introduced to Japan in 1973 when creator Rowntree’s made an agreement with Fujiya. In 2014, Kit Kat is top-selling confection in Japan. They offer over 300 limited edition, seasonal and regional Kit Kat types made in Japan. The flavors include matcha, miso soup, sakura, sweet potato, strawberry and cheese cake, sake, hojicha and other special flavors. However, some special local Kit Kat variations only available in Japan. If you wish to try other special local flavors, you have to visit Japan and grab your lovely Kit Kat flavors. 
 
In last autumn, Nestle Japan released Luxury Matcha flavor which was only sold at selected hot springs across Japan. Of course, the response was very good, thus they have created a second flavor called Kit Kat Mini Onsen Manju Flavor. A manju is sweet bun with red bean filling, a traditional treat and widely sold at hot spring spots in Japan. That’s why the new flavor called Onsen Manju (hot spring steamed buns).
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This new Kit Kat is coated in light brown-colored chocolate and a mellow cream with red bean powder between the crunchy wafers. The chocolate melts quickly on your mouth and the cream is so soft.
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If you like cat, don’t miss out pretty and cute packaging. Kit Kats designed adorable cat characters packaging from Neko Hyakkei (100 Famous Views of Cats) product’s line. There have individual packaging comes in 14 different cat designs and all designed around hot springs. Each pack contains 14 mini size pieces at a price of 900 yen and you can grab it at the following hot spring locations:-
·         Noboribetsu Onsen, Hokkaido
·         Kinugawa Onsen, Nasu Onsen, Haknoe Onsen and Kusatsu Onsen, Kanto Region
·         Iwaki Onsen and Akiu Onsen, Tohoku Region
·         Shirahama Onsen and Arima Onsen, Kinki Region
·         Gero Onsen, Isawa Onsen, Hida/Takayama Onsen, Unazuki Onsen, Ito Onsen, Yuzawa Onsen and Atami Onsen, Chunu Region
·         Dogo Onsen and Tamatsukuri Onsen, Chugoku/Shikoku Region
·         Beppu Onsen and Yufuin Onsen, Kyushu Region
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This is good for souvenirs and bring back home to friends and relatives. So, what are you waiting for? 
 
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