Japan Has A Kit Kat Museum

[Image: Kit Kat Japan]
[Image: Kit Kat Japan]
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Of course it does! Clearly the country that has an array of Kit Kat flavors needs a museum to show them off.

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Recently, Japanese site Fashion Press visited the Tokyo museum, which is, sadly, only opened for a limited time.

[Image: Fashion Press]
[Image: Fashion Press]
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[Image: Fashion Press]
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The Kit Kat Museum is located at the Nescafe in Harajuku and runs until September 25.

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Originally from Texas, Ashcraft has called Osaka home since 2001. He has authored six books, including most recently, The Japanese Sake Bible.

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I don’t understand the Japanese obsession for Kit Kats. They’re good but so is pretty much every candy bar. I was wondering if maybe they were created in Japan but turns out that’s not true. They were created in England and are sold internationally through Nestle except in the US where they’re sold through H.B. Reese which is owned by Hershey. Now I’m mad that Hershey sells Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups! Why the hell am I researching chocolate companies at 7:30 on a Monday morning?