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204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

141. Cheese

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

142. Chunky Peanut Butter

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

143. White Crispy Waffle

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

144. Chunky Fudge

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

145. Gran Wafer

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

146. Bitter Strawberry

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

147. Air In White

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

148. Air In Matcha

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

149. Mont Blanc

150. Puff In

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

151. Almond

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

152. Hokkaido Ranch Cafe Ore

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153. Mix Juice

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

154. Kuchidoke Almond

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

155. Raspberry and Passion Fruit

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

156. Condensed Milk Strawberry

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

157. Vanilla White

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

158. Exotic Hokkaido

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

159. Exotic Kansai

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

160. Exotic Tokyo

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

161. Exotic Tokyo (Assorted Cherry Blossom)

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

162. Exotic Tokyo (White Chocolate)

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

163. Exotic Kyushu

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

164. Exotic Kyushu (Assorted Cherry Blossom)

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

165. Caramac

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

166. Hazelnut Cream

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

167. Kitkat Big Little Ice

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

168. Strawberry Fromage

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

169. Blueberry Fromage

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

170. Halloween

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

171. Coffee

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

172. Honey Comb

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

173. Cookie Dough

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

174. Mild Bitter and Blueberry

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

175. Crispy Chestnut Flavor

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

176. Crispy Mango Flavor

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

177. Mint

178. Mango and Passion Fruit

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

179. Milkshake

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

Baked Kit Kat

180. Sweet Potato

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

181. Pudding

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

182. Cheese Cake

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

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183. Wasabi

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

184. Miso (Soybean Paste)

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

185. ITOEN Matcha

Only available in Kyoto. ITOEN is a famous Japanese tea company.

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

186. Strawberry Cheese Cake

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187. Mt. Fuji Strawberry Cheese Cake

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

188. Mt. Fuji Blueberry Cheese Cake

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

189. Blueberry Cheese Cake

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

190. Shinsyu (Apple)

Shinsyu is originally from Nagano.
204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

191. Ichimi (Spicy)

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

192. Citrus Blend

It is a blend of citrus fruits such as orange, Sudachi and lemon with a white chocolate cover.
204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

193. Houji Tea

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

194. Yatsuhashi

It’s a sweet made with bean paste that is a local delicacy of Kyoto. This flavor is combination of Yatsuhashi and white chocolate.
204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

195. Beniimo

It’s a purple potato from Okinawa and it’s only available in Okinawa and Southern parts of Kyushu.
204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

196. Kobe Pudding

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

197. Tokyo Rum Raisin

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

198. Yuzu and Pepper

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

199. Sweet Potato

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

200. Dark Kinako

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

201. Cherry

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

202. Le Lectier (Pear)

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

203. Amaou Strawberry

It is famous in Fukuoka.
204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

204. Tochiotome (Strawberry)

204 Kit Kat Flavors from Japan

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