This Is Why Kit Kats Are Very Popular in Japan
There are over 300 flavors sold!
Whenever someone comes home from Japan, chances are you’ll get a unique flavor of Kit Kat as pasalubong. From sake to matcha to sweet potato, the choices are seemingly endless. Japan consumes up to 5 million Kit Kats in a single day! But have you ever wondered why this chocolate bar is crazy popular in the region?
Kit Kats are actually a good luck charm for students taking their entrance exams. Now it makes sense why the wrappers have a space for writing notes on it!
Kit Kats Are Huge In Japan Because They Symbolize Good Luck
Here’s the real reason Japan loves Kit KatsPosted by NowThis Food on Thursday, February 15, 2018
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