Top 10 Best Japanese Kit Kat Flavours, Ranked

Top 10 Best Japanese Kit Kat Flavours, Ranked

When it comes to experiencing Japanese candy, none are more famed and more eccentric to onlookers than the range of KitKats available. Here in Australia, Nestlé seems to have played it safe with some very standard flavors. 

You’ll get your oranges and mints for sure, but where are the flavours like strawberry, green tea, matcha, or even cookies and cream? That’s where Japanese KitKat bags come in. With our range at Sakura Box, you can get plenty of KitKat bags delivered straight to your door anywhere in Australia.  

Japanese Flavours of KitKat

Japanese Kit Kats have become a global phenomenon, renowned for their innovative and diverse flavours that go far beyond the traditional chocolate bar. 

Originating in the land of the rising sun, these Kit Kats are famous for their unique adaptations to local tastes, featuring an array of flavours like Matcha Green Tea, Sakura Cherry Blossom, and Wasabi, among many others. 

This variety, often tied to specific regions and seasons in Japan, has turned these chocolates into a cultural icon and a must-try for tourists and candy enthusiasts alike. Their popularity stems from the blend of familiar comfort with novel and sometimes surprising flavors, making them collectibles and popular gifts. 

The distinctiveness of Japanese Kit Kats showcases Japan's creativity in confectionery and has garnered a dedicated following worldwide, especially here in America. With the best Japanese KitKats available at Sakura Box, you can invite your friends and family to try something new right from the comfort of your own home. 

There are some wild and deliciously eccentric flavours to try. Here are just a few to stimulate your sweet tooth.

Matcha Latte

The Matcha latte KitKat has a unique, creamy taste, blending the earthy, slightly bitter notes of matcha green tea with the smooth, sweet richness of Japanese milk.

Hokkaido Strawberry & Adzuki Bean

From Hokkaido, of course, Hokkaido Strawberry & Adzuki Bean KitKats combines the sweet, tart flavour of ripe strawberries with the nutty, mildly sweet taste of adzuki beans, creating a harmonious fusion. 

Peach KitKat

The sweet taste of peach is packed inside a simple KitKat. This makes a great snack for an outdoor picnic as it is very popular in the sunny regions of Japan's southern island.  

Tokyo Banana

These aren’t actual bananas. A Tokyo Banana is a popular Japanese sponge cake filled with creamy banana custard. This KitKat expertly recreates the cream and fruity taste. 

Crème Brûlée Kit Kat

The Crème Brûlée KitKat tastes like a rich, smooth custard base topped with a contrasting layer of hard caramel, offering a sweet, creamy flavor with a slightly burnt sugar finish.

Amaou Strawberry

Known as the ‘King of Japanese Strawberries’, Amaou strawberries are juicy and incredibly sweet, with a vibrant, slightly tart edge. They have a deep, aromatic flavour, distilled in the KitKat. 

Kobe Pudding

The Kobe pudding KitKat offers a luxurious, creamy texture with a rich, milky flavor, subtly enhanced by caramel undertones. 

Yuzu Sake

These are non-alcoholic, with the Yuzu sake taste combining the tart, citrusy notes of yuzu fruit with the sweet profile of sake. 

Wasabi

Famous all over the world, wasabi is known for its spicy flavour profile. But with just a dash in these KitKat bars, you can taste the mild undertones of the wasabi plant. 

Strawberry Cheesecake

A delicious dessert in both Japan and Australia, we all know what to expect, just not from a KitKat bar! 

You can also acquire these Japanese KitKats as part of curated snack boxes for added convenience. Each one comes with various Japanese candies and snacks on top of a uniquely flavoured KitKat, making it a perfect gift option. Some great Japanese snack gift options for friends and family include: 

Each curated snack box is available for next-day delivery options to anywhere in Australia, and straight to your doorstep. 

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