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Made-to-order Kit Kat store opens in Japan

made-to-order-Kit-KatNestlé Japan has opened a permanent made-to-order Kit Kat store in Osaka.

The new specialty store is the first and only permanent location in Japan where personalised Kit Kats can be made. It offers customised creations chilled on-the-spot with liquid nitrogen, with customers choosing from three types of chocolate and nine toppings.

The store is located just outside Nankai Electric Railway’s Namba Station, a prominent Osaka sightseeing location, given the expected popularity of bespoke Kit Kats among tourists.

Japan has developed a reputation internationally for its unique Kit Kat flavours, which have proved popular with visitors to the country. The confectionery originally comes from the UK.

Nestlé Japan says its made-to-order Kit Kats are sold from ¥702 (AU$8.79).

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