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Cookie Time Tokyo in Harajuku has released the Halloween milkshakes called "Trick Freakshake"! You should try this sweet, instagrammable treat! They also give you a free cookie if you come with a costume on!
サーティーワン (Thirty-one) is what the Japanese call Baskin Robbins. Every year Baskin Robbins releases ice cream flavors for Halloween. Do not miss this year's new flavors!
NAMJA TOWN is an amazing indoor theme park in Ikebukuro, Tokyo. Ikebukuro is a touristic city full of attractions, and this theme park is one of the spots you must visit. They offer tasty food and exciting attractions to try! It is suitable for family, couples, or friends!
Gelateria TIE-AN, located in the busy Shibuya district, now sells what it calls "gelato monaka". The new product is a cross between the famous Italian-type ice cream gelato and the Japanese monaka sweet which is usually a crisp wafer rice-cake filled with azuki bean jam.
On August 8th (Wed), a new ice cream shop, Coisof, opened its doors on Takeshita street, in Harajuku. The store specializes in super rich soft-serve ice cream. They serve sesame ice cream decorated with "oiri", a Japanese colorful sweet. So not only is it delicious, but it's also incredibly photogenic.
They've done it again. From the same company that has brought us the grasshopper ice cream in the past, comes their new creation consisting of shrimps on ice cream!
Kanazawa (金沢) literally means "marsh of gold". The name comes from a legend of a peasant who was digging for potatoes but instead found gold flakes. The gold association with Kanazawa stuck and now the town prides itself in offering gold-related souvenirs and foods (you can even find gold flakes in your ramen). The most famous food is the gold leaf ice cream. Here is where you can have it if you visit the city of western Honshu in Ishikawa prefecture.
Takeshita street in Harajuku is famous for its kawaii (cute) fashion and many visitors enjoy shopping there. When you come to Takeshita street, don't forget to try their food too. Here are 5 recommended places to have desserts or snacks while taking a break.
To make your visit Asakusa complete, you have to have matcha green tea there. Asakusa has a famous temple and shopping street where you can enjoy Japanese traditional landscape, so matcha desserts would be the best to experience the taste of Japan while takeing a break. Here is three amazing matcha places you should try in Asakusa.
PALETAS Frozen Fruit Bar is a popular store in Japan that is specialized in selling aesthetically pleasing ice candies with unique and delicious flavors!