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Strawberry marzipan chocolate

Brigadeiros the Brazilian Truffles. $20.00, via Etsy.

Fall brigadeiro... Brazilian chocolates oh so good!

Baci by Perugina

Baci by Perugina. Oh sooo good, yum

Based in Lyon France, Fabrice Gillotte is less well known than many of the chocolatiers of Paris but very good. His speciality are chocolates flavored with regional ingredients

Le Chocolat de H, is an amazing shop in Tokyo, combining traditional European skills with Japanese styling

Enric Rovira is a conceptual chocolate artist based in Barcelona and does amazing things such as chocolate planets

Spruengli Chocolates has shops in all the train stations and in the centers of most major Swiss cities

One fantastic chocolatier in the US is Fran's Chocolates located in Seattle. You'll have to make the trip for their caramels

Paris is one of the best places in the world to find chocolate. Although Pierre Herme is most renowned for his pastries, his chocolates are exquisite, too.

In Belmont Estate in Grenada, you can see cocoa grown, fermented and dried. Down the road is the Grenada Chocolate Company, where the beans are processed into bars rather than shipped off to be made elsewhere. This is because they are committed to regenerating the cocoa-growing communities locally and providing jobs.

Jean-Paul Hévin makes very beautiful and occasionally rather wacky chocolates - with things such as goats' cheese in them

Chocolat Bel Amer is a chocolate and dessert store in Tokyo Japan.

Nama white chocolate with fresh Hokkaido cream for a delicate, melt-in-your-mouth flavor... yum!

Okay, so Kitkat is not Japanese. However, Kitkat is consistently one of the top selling chocolate bars in Japan. Kitkat in Japan has many varieties not available in other countries such as cherry blossom flavor