Jet Black Ice Cream At Coisof In Harajuku, Can You Guess The Flavor?
Coisof, on Takeshita Street in Harajuku, is a soft-serve ice cream that specializes in super-rich ice cream. Coisof offers, since November 1st, a new jet black goth soft serve ice cream flavor! The ice cream, the cone, everything is black! Come try it for yourself, and don't forget to take a picture at the photo booth!
Coisof now has a new jet black soft serve ice cream flavor called "Goth Soft"!
■Goth soft black
■Goth soft white
■Goth soft mixed
Released: November 1st, 2017
Price: 600 yen with taxes
#blackicecream is already a big hit in LA & NY!
A lot of people are uploading to Instagram pictures of ice cream with charcoal!
Coisof used not only charcoal for the ice cream, but also black sesame seeds and black cocoa powder! Yum!
Let's try black goth soft serve ice cream! It's different and tastier than you imagined!
With the rich black sesame taste and the black cocoa powder, the taste was much more intense than I ever could have imagined!
It tastes like chocolate and delicately melts on your tongue.
It was the first time I had ever tasted something like that and I had to hold back not to eat it all at once!
If you want to have rich milk flavored ice cream, you should try the "Goth soft white" flavor!
Even the photo booth had a Gothic makeover!
With these gothic yet cute pictures, you're bound to make your friends jealous on Instagram and facebook!
Don't forget to use the hashtag #gothsof when you upload your pic!
Try taking a pic with your friends! Don't forget to use the hashtag #gothsof
Super rich ice cream, Coisof!
It is located only 5 minutes away from Harajuku station. You will easily recognize it from the outside since it has a pop and very cute pink exterior!
Usually, the ice cream is served with really cute and colorful "oiri" as a topping!
You should come and try the ice cream during their short-lived gothic phase!
Come enjoy this delicious ice cream during the gothic make-over!
- Lili Wanderlust
- I love traveling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.