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Nestle Japan building new plant to meet exotic Kit Kat demand

It will start operating a second factory in Himeji solely for making upscale, pricier versions of the snack

On Tuesday, Nestle Japan opened its renovated Chocolatory flagship store in Ginza, Tokyo's main shopping district.


WASABI, green tea and sake aren't just foods in Japan, they're also a few of the many versions of Kit Kat offered in the country.

While theĀ wafer-and-chocolate snacks have been available in more than 300 flavours here for more than four decades, recent offerings from custard

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