Sushi ‘flavoured’ Kit Kats will soon be available at speciality stores in Ginza, Tokyo early this month. The limited edition edibles are inspired by a traditional Japanese dish – tuna, sea urchin and egg – and will be available in three unique flavours.

‘Tuna’ is a mix of raspberry chocolate bars placed on a bed of sculpted rice puffs.

‘Sea urchin’ blends melon with mascarpone cheese and is held together by a seaweed wrapping.

‘Egg’ is pumpkin pudding and rice encased in a ribbon-like seaweed shell.

Kit Kat Japan will reportedly launch the sushi-inspired products at Tokyo Bargain Mania’s news Ginza store today, having teased the idea last year as an early April Fools joke. The bars are designed by chef Yasuaki Takagi and are limited to customers spending more than ¥3000 JPY.




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