I've never looked at sushi and thought, "You know what this needs? Oddly flavored chocolate on top..." But apparently someone in Japan did and TA-DA! Kit Kat Sushi.


Before I get into what exactly "Kit Kat Sushi" is, you should know that while we in America only have a select few Kit Kat flavors (Milk chocolate, white chocolate, dark chocolate) Japan has about 15 different flavors of Kit Kat. Now, you may be thinking to yourself, "Well that's not fair! I want to try these flavors! Bring them over to the U.S.!" No. No...you don't want these. There's a reason we only have 3 flavors...the others are kind of ridiculous.


Granted, some of them sound good, like:

-Pear (??? Okay...)
-Cinnamon Cookie
-Strawberry Cheesecake
-Blueberry Cheesecake
-Brown Sugar Syrup (Okay, MAYBE...)


But then there are others like:

-Edamame Soybean (WTF??)
-Purple Sweet Potato (Yes, because the color is what's going to sell me on the "Sweet Potato Chocolate")
-Hot Japanese Chili (How does that even...???)
-Green Tea
-Hojicha Roasted Tea
-Red Bean Sandwich (*vomits*)
-Wasabi (........I quit.)


WHY WASABI??? Who thought of that??? Who said "Hey, you know that nasty spicy green paste we eat and then immediately regret? Let's put it in chocolate!" And whoever thought of "Red Bean Sandwich" was obviously smoking something.


Needless to say, Japan gets really in to their Kit Kat flavors.


That being said, when I say "Kit Kat Sushi" I don't mean typical sushi with a chocolate Kit Kat on top. Oh no. This is Japan. This is "Sweet Potato Flavored Kit Kat? Why Not??" Japan.


Therefore, Kit Kat Sushi comes in 3 unique flavors...

-Sea Urchin


And by "unique" I mean "Wow, I didn't know I could vomit by just READING a food title."


Kit Kat Sushi will only be available for a limited time (thank god) between Feb 2nd and 4th at the Kit Kat shop in Tokyo, and hopefully WON'T be making it's way to the U.S. any time soon.


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