Kit Kat Museum opens in Tokyo
How much do the Japanese love Kit-Kats? More than they probably should, if this museum if anything to go by.
For a limited time a museum dedicated to different types of Kit-Kat has opened in Tokyo. Apparently the're so popular because"Kit Kat" approximates to "kitto katsu", a Japanese expression meaning good luck.
This means they get flavours such as Grilled Potato, Soyabean, Sports Drink, Apple Vinegar, Green Tea and French Salt, which don't sound that lucky to me. But they also get Chocobanana, which makes the whole thing worthwhile.
The museum isn't that big, so if you happen to live and work in Tokyo, you can probably see it on your break. (Drops mic).
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