Japan’s Kit Kat Sushi Looks More Delicious than You Think!
Japan’s Kit Kat Sushi looks more delicious than you think! You will never guess what kind of ingredients they used!
Americans and Europeans love Kit Kats, but not like the Japanese do. The Asian country has a huge variety of flavors of the chocolate candy, as well as entire stores dedicated to it.
Like I said, we know the love of Japan for the Kit Kats (they have dozens of flavors), but we did not see a Kit Kat sushi coming up to be honest.
The giant Nestle is going to open a new in Kit Kat store in Ginza, Nestle will begin offer Kit Kat sushi for a limited time.
Available from February 2 to February 4, the specialty treats are designed to look just like some of the most popular rolls, just with candy on top.
The unusual treats are meant to celebrate the launch of a new specialty store. Inspired by three OG sushi types: Tamago (egg), Uni (sea urchin), and Maguro (tuna), these Kit Kats look kind of delicious, don’t you think?
The intriguing amalgamation of the chocolate bar and the Japanese staple sushi is the brainchild of Chef Yasuaki Takagi.
As you might have guessed, they did not use the same ingredients that you find in the usual sushi, no, that would be gross.
The Maguro, which is traditionally just tuna over rice, is made of delicious raspberry Kit Kats sat on a bed of white chocolate puffed rice.
Then there is the Tamago, which is a thin egg omelet over rice, often held together with a strip of seaweed, and at the Nestle store is pumpkin pudding flavored with additional seaweed.
And last but not least is Uni, traditionally yellow sea urchin over white, wrapped with seaweed, is made of melon and mascarpone cheese, wrapped in seaweed.
You only have one day to taste these unusual treats, although if the demand is high we are sure Nestle will come up with a new batch. But why risk it? We just gave you another reason to fly to Japan this weekend!
The confections are only on offer to those who spend 3,000 yen (approx. $26) at the Ginza shop.