kitto katsu.

Things I Learned From The Internets Today:

KitKat is the most popular foreign candy bar in Japan.

What I want to know is this: How can I get a hold of those wasabi-flavored KitKat bars?

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9 thoughts on “kitto katsu.

  1. Chris Byrne says:

    I’ve tried one, from an asian market that had a whole section of stuff they kept for anime otaku etc… It was pretty disgusting.

  2. Julie Dall says:

    i’ll try chili chocolate but wasabi kitkat? … um, pass ….

  3. falnfenix says:

    check jlist.com for Japanese candy. i know they’ve had wasabi in the past. it’s a seasonal thing for them, though, so it’s something you’ve just gotta catch when they restock.

    • Tim D says:

      It is available from J-list right now but it’s darn expensive. 12 sticks $24 before shipping costs, but it does come in a collectors box.

  4. I misread this as katakana for “kitten cutlet”. Still not 100% sure I’m wrong.

  5. Gnarly Sheen says:

    “What I want to know is this: How can I get a hold of those wasabi-flavored KitKat bars?”

    I would personally think the question is: why would you want to? :D

  6. Kristopher says:

    Find an Asian market that carries Japanese candy. Your local Anime Otaku group can probably point you to one.

  7. Weer'd Beard says:

    It’s interesting to see when a foreign nation takes a product and runs with it. (see Also Tam’s post on international Pizza Hut Pizzas)

    See also anything with a “Ford” Badge on it in Australia.

    I REALLY want one of those Ford Falcons. The 5.4L V8 is cool, but the 4.0L I-6 is amazingly sensible and awesome in a RWD 4-door Sedan!

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