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Ice candy, refers to popsicles, frozen fruit bars, and any sort of ice cream on a popsicle stick. Although you can find many of these even in convenience stores, don't you want to try ones with actual fruits inside or even try gelato popsicles? This article will introduce some of the best ice candy shops in Tokyo!
Omagari is located in Akita prefecture, and Omagari Fireworks takes place in August every year. It is one of the major and traditional fireworks competition festivals in Japan. It's a must-visit fireworks festival in Japan!
Kakigori is the Japanese term for shaved ice, and it is a must-eat dessert for the summer season! But instead of eating any kakigori, why not try some matcha kakigori to enjoy a taste of Japan?
Kazurazaka Matsuri takes place in Kagurazaka, Tokyo from July 26th to 29th, 2017! This festival is filled with good food and traditional dance called Awaodori! For those who are curious what this matsuri is about, check out this article!
Kakigori is the Japanese term for shaved ice but it is one of the hottest desserts in Tokyo. When people say shaved ice, the image is just ice and syrup, but these kakigori are definitely not just that. Take a look at these amazing Kakigori in Tokyo!
It's summer time so it's time to go to the beach right? Shimoda is an area in Izu, Shinzuoka, and is famous for their beautiful beaches. This article will introduce some places to eat around the Shimoda area!
Fruit picking is a common summer activity, as there are many seasonal fruits in Japan such as cherries, mangoes, peach, grapes, watermelons, etc. Yamanashi is one of the most fruit growing areas in Japan, and there are many local farms that allow you to enjoy picking and eating the fruits!
Ramune has been popular for ages in Japan. People love this drink for its refreshing zesty taste and its original old-fashioned bottle with a marble inside. The glass bottle's design basically hasn't changed since its creation in the Meiji period. Definitely an iconic drink you should try, especially at festivals! Learn more about it by reading what's next.
Eating ramen is probably one of the must-do things while you are in Japan. But this time, how about trying a Japanese popular comfort food hiyashi chuka instead of ramen? It is a cold ramen, or sometimes called ramen salad, that many of ramen shops in Japan offer only in summer. So, here is a list of popular hiyashi chuka places in Tokyo!