This is no ordinary sweet potato offering.
Fancy an ice-cold dessert as big as a watermelon?
Consider this your treasure map to the wonders hiding in Japanese convenience stores’ cooler cases.
Coffee… in an ice cream cone… genius!
Not just any green tea is good enough to become Daijinsho Matcha ice cream.
Just in time for summer, Dominique Ansel Bakery Japan is serving up their new What-a-Melon soft serve ice cream sandwiched inside an actual watermelon slice!
These aren’t ice cream sandwiches, either, but an all-new treat.
Characters from Mary and the Witch’s Flower team up with prominent brands for a spectacular promotional campaign.
Here’s your convenience store snack survival guide, for when “all of the above” isn’t an option.
The new limited-edition Japonais ice cream is filled with all sorts of surprising flavour details.
Perfect for people who love sweets and carry napkins.
There’s so much to like about the city’s new signature sweet.
Because cheese makes anything taste ten times better.
Chocolate and banana in ice cream form? Okay, just take our money already!
Tangy, refreshing flavor comes courtesy of one of west Japan’s most beloved fruits.
The popular candy can now help keep you cool on a hot summer day.
It looks like we’ll be getting an early taste of tropical summer thanks to Häagen-Dazs Japan’s latest sweet offering!
Green tea lovers are going crazy for the taste and look of this unusual new dessert.
This part of Japan is often overlooked by foodies, but ironically it’s hard to see over these towering desserts.
Green tea has a permanent spot in the Japanese ice cream lineup, but Häagen-Dazs shows us there’s room for roasted hojicha too!