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Best Ice Cream Shops in Harajuku, Tokyo!

Harajuku

If you're an ice cream lover, this is are the best possible places to enjoy amazing ice cream in the famous Harajuku district in Tokyo. Harajuku is an inevitable sight-seeing spot in Tokyo while walking around this interesting part of town, you should stop by to have tasty ice cream any time of the year.

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GOMAYA KUKI

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Gomaya Kuki is located in the heart of chic Omotesando, only a minute away from Meiji-Jingumae Station.

What distinguishes them from the rest is their very rich black and white sesame ice cream. Matcha desserts have already taken the world by storm, but for those who would like to try another traditional Japanese flavour, sesame is wonderful! They have sesame ice cream, even tempura (deep-fried ice cream) which is heavenly, as well as sesame cheesecake and sesame latte.

If you plan on sitting down, I would suggest the sesame cheesecake with a nice cup of coffee, you can also have the ice cream in the shop or to go.

Coconut Glen's (vegan)

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Coconut Glen's, also in the Omotesando area, serves ice cream that is made from organic coconut milk! Every single flavour of ice cream is 100% vegan.

If for any reason you think vegan ice cream is bland, you'll be blown away by the rich taste of Coconut Glen's ice cream that comes in many delectable flavours made from the best natural ingredients.

Order three scoops (¥700) or more of the ice cream of your choice and your order is served to you in an actual coconut shell. One scoop is ¥500 and five scoops are ¥900.
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Ice Monster

ICE MONSTER is a Taiwanese "kakigori" store in Omotesando,Tokyo. Kakigori is typically a shaved ice dessert with flavoured syrup, at Ice Monster, it's also jam-packed with fresh fruits, fruit sherbet or ice cream and pannacotta! It's huge, but you'll have no problem finishing it as it is light and refreshing. Desserts are between ¥550 and ¥1,550! The mango one is by far the most popular one as it is made with juicy mangoes grown in Taiwan!

Roll Ice Cream Factory

The rolled ice cream craze originated in Thailand and now has spread all over the world. You probably have seen pictures of their colorful and beautiful desserts on Instagram. One of the reasons it's so popular is that you can customize your ice cream and add whatever ingredient and topping you want. It's also really entertaining to watch them make the ice cream over the ice cold iron plate. The basic price of the ice cream is ¥780 and the additional toppings are ¥100.

Kippy's! COCO-CREAM

Kippy's Ice Cream is delicious vegan ice cream made with 5 ingredients or less, the main focus are healthy ingredients as they do not use any dairy products, sugar or gluten. This ice cream chain started in Venice California and is perfect for those looking for a sweet treat without the guilt. You can also add toppings such as hemp seed, bee pollen, spiced pecans, etc. 2 scoops are ¥500, 3 are ¥720 and toppings are ¥100. The chocolate one is particularly popular.

Cookie Time

Cookie Time is originally from New Zealand and the store finally blessed the streets of Harajuku with their amazing cookies! They also make ice cream sandwiches, milkshakes, cookie sundaes, and cookie dough served in a cone. If you haven't tried these cookies yet, be warned, they're addictive! They're so perfectly gooey and tasty, it'll be hard to stop after one. Ice cream desserts are between ¥500 and ¥1,000.

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    Lili Wanderlust
    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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