Nestle Japan Kit Kat Halloween Break Assorted Pack

October has come! Here in Niigata, Japan, the hot summer weather was over and it’s gotten cooler recently. Speaking of October, Halloween may cross your mind. In fact, nowadays I sometimes see Halloween-related products in stores, and yesterday actually bought one for the blog article at my go-to 7 Eleven.

Kit Kat Halloween Break Assorted Pack in Japan

Nestle Japan Kit Kat Halloween Break Assorted Pack

It is the Japan version of Kit Kat Halloween Break Assorted Pack that I picked up this time. The packaging is cute with conspicuous colors, so instantly caught my eye in the convenience store.

Nestle Japan Kit Kat Halloween Break Assort Pack Regular Chocolate and Apple Pie Flavors Bars

The Kit Kat Japan Halloween assortment is made up of the regular plain chocolate and Apple Pie flavors. Each is individually packed and has various cute designs of Halloween spooks on the packaging.

Made using apple pie flavoring, the purple Kit Kat bar has a very apple pie flavor. It is not overly sweet and very tasty, so I think anyone can like it.

Nestle Japan Kit Kat Halloween Break Assort Pack Origami

Actually, if you follow the directions on the back of the package, you can make an Origami craft box from the bag, which is very Japanese! By the way, I tried to make it but failed because it is complicated and very difficult.

Ingredients and Nutrition Facts

Nestle Japan Kit Kat Halloween Break Assort Pack Ingredients

Nestle Japan Kit Kat Halloween Break Assort Pack Nutrition Facts

Lastly, for those of you who are interested in the ingredients and nutrition facts, here are the lists.

Tomo

Hi, I'm Tomo, a Japanese blogger living in Niigata Prefecture, Japan. For the purpose of enriching your life, I would like to introduce things about Japan on this blog, especially unique Japanese products, cooking recipes, cultures, and facts and trivia.

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