Sake flour is mixed into the Kit Kat wafer and covered with white chocolate. What you'll get is a nice whiff of the sake, the sweet crunch of the Kit Kat and a light aftertaste when you're near the end of the experience.
You can easily spot the package by it's bright-pink cherry blossom design.
The chocolate-covered cookie will be available starting Feb. 1. You can buy them in a pack of three for 150 yen ($1.24 US).
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