On the occasion of the opening of the 9th Kit Kat store, Nestlé decided to create a special event. This new store is the first stand-alone store from this chain in Japan, the first 8 are only stalls set up inside department stores. From 2 to 14 February 2017, 500 sets of limited edition (mostly time related) of Kit Kat Sushi will be offered to customers who have spent more than 3000 yen (Tax excluded) in the new Ginza shop.
It all started on April 1, 2016, when Nestlé on social media made a April Fool by posting a mock advertising Kit Kat sushi taste. Positive responses were so huge that Kit Kat make it real. And so now, we have for the opening of the Kit Kit Kat Chocolatory Ginza (3-7-2 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo) a set of 3 Kit Kat "Sushi". From the Japanese gourmet dish, these Kit Kat have kept only the shape of the sushi, the nori leaf and the traditional packaging in Sugi leaf (Japanese cedar). In terms of taste, the Kit Kat meant to match the Kit Kat "tuna" is actually raspberry, the one corresponding to the Kit Kat "sea urchin" is the melon of Hokkaido and the Kit Kat "egg" is pumpkin taste. These 3 duo of mini kit kat are placed on a white chocolate-flavored rice bar and placed in a piece of nori leaf, which creates the illusion of having sushi.
To get this set, you have to go to the Kit Kat Chocolatory Ginza, ask the staff for a numbered ticket to enter the store, spend the 3000 yen and get in exchange the famous gift. So do not waste your time if you want it. Go as soon as the store opens tomorrow ;)/p>