With its selection of Japan-exclusive Kit Kat flavors, it’s targeting local chocolate fans and foreign tourists alike!
There are 20 unique flavors that include purple yam, Uji matcha, roasted hoji-cha tea, sweet red bean, wasabi, rum raisin and strawberry cheesecake.
And if you want to take a little personalized chocolate memento back with you, you can use the store’s Choco Labo (“Chocolate laboratory”) machine to create a unique Kit Kat package using your own pictures or drawings, and even hand-written messages. The machine can be operated in five languages (Japanese, English, Korean, and both simplified and traditional Chinese), so you can enjoy the experience of creating an original souvenir item yourself.
If you’re feeling hungry or thirsty, there’s also a dine-in café area where you can order special Kit Kat desserts and Nescafé drinks.
The Kit Kat Premium Gift Shop is open until May 8. If you do find your way there, you’ll also be sure to find a ton of other shopping options as well, since it's located in a large outlet shopping mall.
We hope you have fun shopping, whether it’s for Kit Kats or something else entirely!
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