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Here is where I’ll be adding all of the Kit Kats I have found and tried across the world!
Sadly, I don’t think this page will be updated as often as my Fanta page, unless I’m traveling in Japan where most of the odd Kit Kats can be found.

And just why are Kit Kats so popular in Japan you may wonder?  The Japanese pronounce Kit Kat is “kitto katto” (キットカット), which sounds like “kitto katsu” (きっと勝つ) meaning “surely win”, a term of good luck. Thus, Kit Kats are often given to students taking exams or to family and friends for good luck. You’ll often find a space to write encouraging messages on Japanese Kit Kat boxes as well.

#1) Wa Ichigo — Japanese Strawberry (Country: Japan)

Japanese Strawberry Kit Kat, Japan

#2) Buruuberii Chiizu Keeki Aji — Blueberry Cheesecake Flavor (Country: Japan)

Blueberry Cheesecake Flavor Kit Kat, Japan

#3) Annin Tofu Fuumi — Almond Jelly Flavor (Country: Japan)

Almond Jelly Flavor Kit Kat, Japan

#4) Kankitsu Kogane Burendo — Golden Citrus Blend (Country: Japan)

Golden Citrus Blend Kit Kat, Japan

#5) Amaou Ichigo — Amaou Strawberry (Country: Japan)

Amaou Strawberry Kit Kat, Japan

#6) Eitaro Kuromitsu — Muscovado Syrup (Country: Japan)

Muscovado Syrup Kit Kat, Japan

#7) Yawataya Isogoro Ichimi — Hot Japanese Chili Powder (Country: Japan)

Hot Japanese Chili Powder Kit Kat, Japan

#8) Azuki Sando Aji — Red Bean Sandwich Flavor (Country: Japan)

Red Bean Sandwich Flavor Kit Kat, Japan

#9) Beni Imo — Purple Sweet Potato (Country: Japan)

Purple Sweet Potato Kit Kat, Japan

#10) Shinshuu Ringo — Shinshuu Apple (Country: Japan)

Shinshuu Apple Kit Kat, Japan

#11) Zunda Fuumi — Mashed Green Soybean Flavor (Country: Japan)

*A limited edition that sent 10 yen for every bar sold to support Tohoku after the 2011 Earthquake.

#12) Shogoin Yatsuhashi — Cinnamon Cookie (Country: Japan)

#13) Kobe Purin Fuumi — Kobe Pudding Flavor (Country: Japan)

#14) Uji Matcha — Uji Green Tea (Country: Japan)

Edamame, Cinnamon, Green Tea and Pudding Kit Kat from Japan

#15) Hotto Keeki Aji —  Hot Cake Flavor (Country: Japan)

Hot Cake Flavor Kit Kat, Japan

#16) Yuubari Meron —  Yubari Melon (Country: Japan)

Yubari Melon Kit Kat, Japan

#17) Sakura Matcha Rateshitate —  Cherry Blossom Green Tea Latte (Country: Japan)

Cherry Blossom Green Tea Latte Kit Kat, Japan

#18) Fei Hung Kei —  Limited Edition Kit Kat “Flight” Game (Country: Hong Kong)

*Although not an actual Kit Kat per se, I thought it was cool that they made a Kit Kat version of the popular Chinese game, so I had to buy one and include it in my list!

Fei Hung Kei Limited Edition Kit Kat "Flight" Game, Hong Kong

#19) Wasabi —  Wasabi (Country: Japan)

Wasabi Kit Kats, Japan

#20) Hojicha —  Roasted Green Tea (Country: Japan)

Hojicha, Roasted Green Tea Kit Kat, Japan

#21) Chunky 3 —  Cookies and Cream (Country: Hong Kong)

Chunky 3 Cookies and Cream Kit Kat

#22) Chunky 3 — Caramel (Country: Hong Kong)

Chunky 3 Caramel Kit Kat

#23) Chunky 3 — Choc Mint (Country: Hong Kong)

Chunky 3 Choc Mint Kit Kat


Which Kit Kat flavor would you most like to try?


  1. Chocolate mint!!!!! Where can i get them in them online?

  2. The red pepper ones are THE BEST!!! Thanks for the run down – some of these I’ve never seen even in Japan!

  3. This is awesome! From the Japanese ones I only tried the green tea one and it was awesome! Now I wanna try each one of them :)
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  4. I know which ones I would NOT try…Mashed green soybean and red bean sandwich?? were they any good?
    You have a cool page here ;)
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    • Well, I love red bean and edamame to begin with, so they were okay.
      Red beans are actually a dessert, so I quite enjoyed that one. The edamame though… is best left in its non-KitKat form. :)

  5. Just found your blog today and I think it’s great! Love how to have collection of kitkat and fantas pictures – I do that too. I also love looking at different pringles and pocky flavours :D Also, beautiful pictures of Hong Kong!

  6. i love this page, excellent, i’ve noticed too that products are adapted to different countries and taste. My favourite things in the world are pepsi max and white chocolate…maybe i should try japan to see their take on them lol

    Thanks for a fantastic blog, i love it

    • I’ve noticed that as well. A lot of sodas or candy here are way less sweet than in the US!
      Japan’s Kitkats also fall under this “less sweet” category.

  7. Hi, i love your blog.. i just found it today and i absolutely agreed with ur idea in life and travelling….
    i am your new subscriber :) thank you

    and hey i have a terrible sweet tooth and i love kitkat too haha my fave is green tea one!
    i haven’t tried the other fancy2 japanese kitkat! but i will soon when i visit japan
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    • Thanks for subscribing! The Kitkats in Japan are just amazing, haha. It was quite an adventure to try as many different flavors as I could — although I did pass up on a few like wasabi and corn!

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