Despite being an April Fool’s stunt by Nestle Japan in 2016, sushi Kit Kats have become a real thing starting last year, and will be available for a limited time this year reports, SoraNews24.

The very rare sushi Kit Kat bars were first gifted to 500 customers during February 2017 to celebrate the opening of the company’s stand-alone Chocolatory boutique store in Ginza last year. Now, the exclusive flavor will be available in Osaka only to celebrate the opening of a new Kit Kat Chocolatory inside Itami Osaka International Airport.

With flavors consisting of tuna (raspberry-flavored Kit Kat), sea urchin (Hokkaido Melon with Mascarpone Cheese-flavored Kit Kat), and egg (Banana-flavored Kit Kat), all will come with a rice-puff base that is coated with white couverture chocolate and mixed with a dash of wasabi powder.

Only 570 sushi Kit Kats will be available and sold to the first thirty customers who spend over 3,000 yen (approx. $27.96 USD), with the promotion running from Wednesday, April 18 through Sunday, May 6.

For the full story, head on over to SoraNews24.

Previously, the brand released a pink Kit Kat, the world’s first ruby chocolate.

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