Kit Kat Sushi Is Beautiful, Sweet, and Now a Reality in Tokyo

updated May 1, 2019
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If you love sushi but your boyfriend or girlfriend can’t stand raw fish, you might finally have the perfect sushi date waiting in Tokyo. Japan’s first Kit Kat sushi shop hits the streets of Tokyo February 2 (today!) and will sell a limited quantity of sweet sushi through February 4.

The sushi — which is named for the maguro, tamago, and uni sushi it resembles — features raspberry, pumpkin pudding, hokkaido melon, and mascarpone cheese Kit Kats atop white chocolate-covered crisped rice cereal. Don’t worry — there’s the traditional seaweed for a touch of authenticity.

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Apparently, though, the beautiful sushi set starts at 3,000 yen, so if you’re not able to spend $26 on candy, you might just be stuck with that standard spicy tuna roll at your local sushi bar. Or if you’re looking for something sweet, maybe just a Kit Kat bar.

Read more: Japan Now Has Kit Kat…Sushi from Kotaku