Soy sauce is actually the most popular flavor of Kit Kat bar in Japan. But if that's not your cup of tea, you can also try green tea, gold leaf and just about any other flavor you can possibly think of.
But this museum isn't just an uptight place where the Kit Kats are merely on display. You can hang out in the cafe and try a ton of the options available. You can literally give yourself a break while giving yourself a break.
From the looks of it, you don't have to choose from just candy bars. You can have all sorts of delicious drinks. Which means you can actually sip on green tea while eating green tea candy. Mind...blown.
Then again, this Kit Kat museum sure does look absolutely delicious. Besides, they'll have a bunch of options you can only get at the museum itself. So if you're a true candy lover, it'll be totally worth the trip.
If you're not a fan of chocolate, you no longer have an excuse to avoid Kit Kats. Simply get yourself to Japan and you're guaranteed to find some flavor (whether it be a fruit like blueberry or something savory like baked corn).