Among the many uncommon food products that can be found in Japan are certain varieties of known brands that aren’t sold anywhere else in the world. For instance, the Hokkaido Milk White Kit Kat isn’t like the ordinary White Kit Kat you’d find in stores elsewhere.

Hokkaido sits north of the larger island of Honshu. The region is known for its potatoes and milk, which used for this variety of Kit Kat.

While it is not new, it is still worth a try due to its rich, creamy goodness.

With Kit Kat being one of the more popular products in Japan, Nestle has been incorporating other flavors, including the original White Kit Kat.

This is not the only unusual Kit Kat available in Japan, however. Here are some more examples, including some really weird ones.

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