We've seen sushi of all kinds: some sweet, some savoury, some unnecessary, some gross and weird.
But, Japan has stepped up their cute food game once again with Kit Kat sushi, our dessert dream come true.
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The sushi comes in three flavours: Maguro (tuna), Tamago (egg) and Uni (sea urchin). But, don't worry, the flavours are only named for the sushi that inspire them, not for their taste.
Tokyo's first street-facing Kit Kat shop will open on Feb 2 and will sell limited quantities of the candy treat between Feb 2- 4.
The Maguro sushi features a raspberry Kit Kat sitting on a bed of puffed rice covered in white chocolate.
Tamago is a pumpkin pudding-flavoured Kit Kat, also with white chocolate-covered puffed rice, wrapped in seaweed.
Uni features a double helping of Kit Kats with both Hokkaido melon and mascarpone cheese-flavoured candies, also wrapped in seaweed.
If you're willing to spend 3,000 yen (S$37.50) to kill two cravings with one stone, better do it fast. We expect these cute confections to fly off the shelves.
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