Japan's Limited, Regional Kit Kat Offering Adds Hokkaido Melon With Mascarpone Cheese

Visitors to Hokkaido regional airports and other travel spots can now get "quasi-chocolate confectionery"

Nestle is back with another unique flavor of Kit Kat for the Japanese market (though more along the lines of the recent sake Kit Kats, it's a gimmick product for tourists and not something stocked at the average convience store). Visitors to Hokkaido regional airports and other travel spots can now get a "quasi-chocolate confectionery" with the mild sweetness of Hokkaido melon and a fresh taste of mascarpone cheese.

 

 

 


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Scott Green is editor and reporter for anime and manga at geek entertainment site Ain't It Cool News. Follow him on Twitter at @aicnanime.

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