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Kit Kat Store Tokyo

Kit Kat has just opened it first store in Tokyo. From Jan 17th, anyone in the Tokyo area will now be able to visit the store to stock up on all the goodness that Kit Kat offers. Kit Kat is famous in Japan with many exciting flavours to choose from that can only be found in Japan. Check out our previous post about Kit Kat here: Kit kat and Japan. The new Kit Kat shop, called Kit Kat Chocolatory, is located in the Seibu department store located in Ikebukuro.

The Store

The store has some limited edition flavours that you will only be able to purchase there. Some of them are Sublime Bitter, Special Sakura Green Tea and Special Chilli. The store will the No. 1 place to find the new Kit Kat flavour when others become available on the market. According to It Media the store will aim certain flavours to adult tastebuds for the different seasons. Next time I’m in Tokyo I’m looking forward to visting the store. Check out this review from YouTuber Sharla in Japan from when she visited the store:

 Store information are as follow

1st floor Seibu department store 〒 171-8569 Tokyo Toshima-ku, 1-28-1 Minamiikebukuro
Underground station: Ikebukuro
Opning times: Mon-Sat 10:00 to 21:00, Sundays and holidays Holidays 10:00 to 20:00
Department store Seibu homepage http://www2.seibu.jp/usrinfo/index.html (in Japanese)
More information can be found in the news release from Nestle here: http://www.nestle.com/media/newsandfeatures/japan-kitkat-boutique

Photo credit: Nestle





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