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Japan's Kit Kat fixation, it seems, has reached critical mass.

After numerous Kit Kat flavors and even a specialty boutique, Japan is getting Kit Kat pizzas from delivery chains Strawberry Cones and Napoli no Kama (which, yes, is owned by Strawberry Cones).

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Fret not, they're sweet. These are "desert pizzas" with mango and baked Kit Kats on pizza dough. A small Kit Kat pizza is 1,390 yen ($13.40) from Strawberry Cones, while Napoli no Kama has a medium for 1,680 yen ($16.20). There do not appear to be other sizes.

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And how do they taste? According to Twitter user @Crons_Game, better than originally thought.

Illustration for article titled Oh Goodness, There Are Kit Kat Pizzas in Japan
Illustration for article titled Oh Goodness, There Are Kit Kat Pizzas in Japan
Illustration for article titled Oh Goodness, There Are Kit Kat Pizzas in Japan
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Illustration for article titled Oh Goodness, There Are Kit Kat Pizzas in Japan
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These will be available in Japan at Napoli no Kama and Strawberry Cones until August 31.

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Strawberry Cones [Official Site]

Napoli no Kama [Official Site]

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