We’re still scratching our heads over how they arrived at the decision they did for how kisses taste.
Is it still ramen if it’s cold, fruity, and made of gelatin? One restaurant says yes!
Come with us as we bite into Pompompurin!
If you’re a fan of McDonald’s Japan, you might be sad to learn that your favorite item may be the staff’s worst nightmare.
The taste of Japan has been captured in a tub of ice cream with a brand new flavour combination this year.
Dessert, not defecation.
If you’re hungry, strapped for cash, and/or indecisive, this Akihabara restaurant is for you.
We say R.I.P. to our tastebuds because they’ll never be the same again.
This New York store has only just opened and already the Internet’s gone into meltdown over their unique Japanese-influenced ice creams!
If green tea, Japan’s favorite traditional drink, can make desserts better, why not its most important seasoning, too…right? Right?!?
Oh, and all-you-can-eat cake is also part of the package.
The flavour is so delectable it ranks in the top three favourites for Japanese ice cream lovers.
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.
Hard to find, but heavenly delicious.
The new dessert uses never-before-seen matcha components to celebrate 20 years of green tea ice cream in Japan.
Can you guess which prefecture is serving up the local speciality?
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.
The limited-time menu includes croissants, granita, and shakes made with mini tubs of Häagen-Dazs ice cream.
Japanese dessert lovers have a soft spot for soft-serve, and the popular chain is now happy to oblige them.
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!