Updated: April 10, 2018
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Eat Some Ice Candies In Tokyo For A Summer Treat!

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!

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PALETAS

There are a few PALETAS stores in Japan, but the most recently opened store in Tokyo is the GINZA SIX store. GINZA SIX is a new shopping mall located 4 minutes away from Ginza station, which had just opened in April 2017. The ice candies at PALETAS is made with fresh fruits, gelato and yogurt, and they have over 20 different types of frozen fruit bars. For example, they have "Okinawa Mango-Pine," "Citrus Mix," and even "Red Sangria" which is 4.7% alcohol. Their ice candies are very refreshing and is perfect for the summer!

BUON'AMORE

BUON'AMORE s located 5 minutes away from Kagurazaka station and serves stick style gelato. They do not use any sugar in making the gelato, and instead use granola, nuts and dry fruits, so their gelato is very healthy. They have a variety of flavors such as "Pistachio Nuts' "Chia Seed Mango" and "Honey Coconuts."

GOOD MEALS SHOP

GOOD MEALS SHOP is located 10 minutes away from Shibuya station, and also a 15 minute walk from Ebisu station. The concept of the store is serving homemade food that is good, but also healthy. While they serve craftbeer and homemade dishes for lunch and dinner, they also sell homemade ice candies. Some recommended flavors are "Apple Mint Yogurt", "Pina Colada" and "Cheesecake."

popbar

Popbar is a stick gelato store first opened in West Village of New York, USA. The popbar is Tokyo is located in Shibuya, around a 7 minute walk from Shibuya station. There are popgelatos, which is a gelato on a stick and dipped with toppings such as chocolate and nuts. If you want a more refreshing taste, you can get some popsorbettos, which are sorbet ice candies.

noake

noake is located around 10 minutes away from Asakusa station. Although it is a cafe where you can enjoy eating cakes and desserts, they also sell their desserts. Their "candis frappes" comes with 8 different flavors of ice candies, which you can take home and freeze and home. You can also dip the ice candy inside sparkling wine or soda to enjoy it like a cocktail too!

Lastly...

Summer is super hot in Tokyo, so why not cool off your body with some delicious ice candies?

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