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“Kit Kat” sounds almost similar to a Japanese expression – Kitto Katsu. The expression literally translated as “surely win” is an expression meaning best of luck. This makes Kit Kat one of the most popular gifts among the schoolchildren. This has prompted Kit Kat’s maker, Nestle, to introduce varieties of unique flavors. These unique flavours, for some, especially the foreigners, might sound a little…crazy.

1. Banana


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2. Brown Sugar


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3. Grilled Sweet Potatoes


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4. Apricot Seed


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5. Fruit Parfait

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6. Blueberry Fromage

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7. Azuki (Red Bean) Sandwich

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8. Houji Tea

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9. Pumpkin

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10. Cookies and milk

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11. Midnight Eagle

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12. Creamy Apple Filling

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13. Yubari Melon

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14. Kiwi

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15. Vanilla Beans

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16. Yukimi zakura (Cherry blossoms in the snow)

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17. Matcha Milk

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18. Kinako (Soy Bean Powder)

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19. Pumpkin Pudding

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20. French Rock Salt

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