Thursday, April 2, 2015

Kit Kat, Ikebukuro Tokyo Store


If you love Kit Kat chocolate wafers and would love to take the challenge to try different kinds of special flavours which you won't be able to find in other countries except in Japan. There are variety special flavours such as Purple Potato, Cinnamon Cookie, European Cheese, Bean Cake and Wasabi, as well as three special varieties created by Japanese chocolatier Yasumasa Takagi: Sublime Bitter, Special Sakura Green Tea and Special Chilli.

When you travel to Tokyo, Japan, you shouldn't miss visiting  the world's first Kit-Kat boutique at Seibu Ikebukurohonten. There are more choices of unique flavours of Kit Kat chocolate wafers to buy for yourself or souvenirs.

Kit Kat Chocolatory Store is located on the basement floor of Seibu Department Store in Ikebukuro, Tokyo, Japan.

Details:
Address: Seibu department store, 1-28-1, Minami-ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo Transport: Ikebukuro Station (JR all lines, Seibu Ikebukuro, Tobu Tojyo, Marunouchi, Yurakucho lines : East Exit) 
Open: Mon-Sat: 10am-9pm; Sun and holidays: 10am-8pm  


Ikebukuro station is situated next to Seibu Department Store in Tokyo, Japan
Ikebukuro station is situated next to Seibu Department Store in Tokyo, Japan

A small Kit Kat Chocolatory Store is located on the basement of Seibu Department Store in Ikebukuro, Tokyo, Japan
A small Kit Kat Chocolatory Store is located on the basement of Seibu Department Store in Ikebukuro, Tokyo, Japan

Kit Kat Chocolatory Store with variety special flavours such as green tea, cherry blossom etc at Ikebukuro in Tokyo, Japan
Kit Kat Chocolatory Store with variety special flavours such as green tea, cherry blossom etc at Ikebukuro in Tokyo, Japan

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