Most of the Kit Kats I have are in small boxes or bags, but some are in larger boxes or even boxes that can be sent through the Japanese mail system. On my list I have them noted as “Regional” and this map explains it. Different areas of Japan have different flavors available. The map above shows which flavor is available when and where. I’ve been able to get my hands on some and plan on getting the rest before we leave Japan. I've been told Narita Airport in Tokyo sells about half of these flavors, but for me, it's the thrill of the hunt, so buying them at a place I know will have them takes the fun out of it! But, on the other hand, If I'm not able to get some of the regional flavors, I'll be buying them from Kit Kat Japan's website!
Born and raised in Kensington, Connecticut, married to a Naval officer/"Ring Knocker" and mother to two girls ages 5 and 3 1/2. Bob is stationed at Yokosuka [CFAY] 横須賀, Japan. The Navy has moved us (in the following order) to Annapolis, Maryland; Charleston, South Carolina; Balston Spa, New York; Groton, Connecticut; Kings Bay, Georgia; Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; back to Groton, Connecticut; back to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii and now Yokosuka, Japan...we'll see where else it takes us, but for now I'm just going with the flow and enjoying every minute of it. Love taking pictures of my daughters, writing, baking and am a sponge when moving to new places.