When changed (even slightly), many things with which we are familiar can appear very foreign indeed.
Take the venerable Kit Kat bar. By all accounts, it’s quite unremarkable—milk chocolate on the outside and wafers on the inside.
Yet, these funky, flavored Kit Kats I found at Narita International Airport in Tokyo, Japan are so foreign that they might as well have come from another world.
This post is a part of the ongoing WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge series.
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