ice cream

New Yorkers go crazy for taiyaki fish ice creams

This New York store has only just opened and already the Internet’s gone into meltdown over their unique Japanese-influenced ice creams!

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Putting Japanese soy sauce on ice cream: Just crazy enough to work? 【Taste test】

If green tea, Japan’s favorite traditional drink, can make desserts better, why not its most important seasoning, too…right? Right?!?

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Tokyo’s all-you-can-eat ice cream cafe is a sweet deal, both literally and figuratively

Oh, and all-you-can-eat cake is also part of the package.

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Japan gets Häagen-Dazs Purple Potato ice cream for a limited time

The flavour is so delectable it ranks in the top three favourites for Japanese ice cream lovers.

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One of Japan’s best-kept ice cream secrets…is hiding at a home improvement center? 【Taste test】

Meg shows us further proof that no matter where you go in Japan, you’re never very far away from something that tastes really good.

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We try “The Pope’s Rice,” one of the rarest types of Japan’s favorite grain

Hard to find, but heavenly delicious.

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New Häagen-Dazs Green Tea Fondue Crispy Sandwich is absolute heaven for matcha lovers!

The new dessert uses never-before-seen matcha components to celebrate 20 years of green tea ice cream in Japan.

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Locust and wormwood soft serve ice cream now available in Japan!

Can you guess which prefecture is serving up the local speciality?

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We eat gold-leaf “Kinkaku Soft Ice Cream” near Kinkakuji Golden Pavillion temple in Kyoto

After looking at the brilliant gold leaf covering the World Heritage-listed temple, you can now eat it too, in a beautifully presented ice cream cone.

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We visit the Häagen-Dazs pop-up cafe in Tokyo for limited-edition ice cream desserts and drinks

The limited-time menu includes croissants, granita, and shakes made with mini tubs of Häagen-Dazs ice cream.

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Cold Stone set to offer its first-ever soft-serve ice cream in Japan this month

Japanese dessert lovers have a soft spot for soft-serve, and the popular chain is now happy to oblige them.

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Sweet soft serve corn ice cream on grilled corn? We try Dominique Ansel’s new Crème de la Corn

Oh, golden corn, how sweet you are — but you’re even sweeter as this new soft serve ice cream on grilled corn from Dominque Ansel Bakery Japan!

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Häagen-Dazs Japan creates “Heart Hunting Campaign” with 11 different hearts hiding in ice creams

Now there’s something else to look forward to when opening a tub of ice cream.

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Creamy and naughty: It’s Haagen-Dazs Japan’s New York Cheesecake Rum Raisin ice cream!

For some raisin, we’re feeling hungry all of a sudden…

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Japan’s Parfait Day is the perfect excuse to eat a nearly two-foot Sundae at this Tokyo cafe

60 centimeters (23.6 inches) of ice cream. Three RocketNews24 reporters. No problem?

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Grab a free ice cream treat on “Azuki Bar Day” (July 1st) in three major Japanese cities

Azuki bars are a favorite of the young and old, so take yourself, your kids, and the granny who lives next door to one of these free celebrations!

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Matcha ice cream used to encourage young people to vote in upcoming Japanese election

As 18 and 19 year olds are now allowed to vote in Japan for the first time this year, a surprising campaign is being advertised to encourage them to take to the polls.

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New Häagen-Dazs ice cream: Salty Vanilla and Caramel and Japonais Black Syrup Kinako Red Bean

Both these limited-edition Japan releases contain new ingredients used for the first time ever in the history of the company.

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Lightly-salted, potato-cracker-flavored ice cream now on sale nationwide

As Japan continues to make an ice cream flavor of every conceivable thing, the limited Ottotto Ice is now only available at Family Mart.

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Ramen, fish, and turtle all on the menu at Japan’s most crazily comprehensive ice cream shop

I scream, you scream, we all scream for…snake-flavored ice cream?

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