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Japanese chocolate has had a recent surge in popularity over the last decade. Some of the appeal of these Japanese chocolate treats are that there's a much wider variety of flavors versus Western-made chocolate, and they're typically way lower in sugar. One prime example of this would be Japanese KitKats, which come in an inordinate amount of flavors such as banana, matcha (green tea powder), strawberry, and tons more! But they’re not the only one. It’s not uncommon for companies to create season-limited chocolate -- like sakura-flavored Pocky! -- and region-specific chocolate using local staple ingredients. Chocolate is an addictive favorite around the world with Japan being no exception.
Japan has single-handedly birthed a global KitKat boom with the variety of unique flavors it creates, and it’s easy to see why. Past flavors include sake, strawberry cheesecake, matcha (green tea powder), rum raisin, and wasabi.
Bite-sized Tirol Chocolate can be seen at convenience stores and come in cute individual-sized packaging. The unique flavors are inspired by other sweets like sakura mochi, kinako (roasted soybean flour) mochi, and strawberry tart.
One of Japan’s most famous chocolate snacks, Pocky is a chocolate biscuit snack that’s beloved all across the globe. Some of the flavors you can find in Japan are champagne, blueberry, strawberry fromage, and melon.