Yes, they serve milk.
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?
A variety of adorable Pocket Monsters have already served as the inspiration for delicious-looking drinks.
Why bother with jelly donuts when you could munch on one of these?
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.
Does it taste like a coffee ice cream or a sweet baked dessert? Join us for the delicious taste test after the break!
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!
If you ever wanted to step back in time to a nostalgic corner shop where just 500 yen (US$4.85) gets you over a hundred different types of signature Japanese snacks and candies, this place is definitely for you.
We aren’t sure whether to call it a dessert or a drink, but we do know you can have it at a conveyor belt sushi chain!
Kaiju cuisine is now on the menu at Namja Town!
Ever wondered what it would be like to shove your mouth into a three-gallon mound of glistening, wobbly jelly? We’ve got all the crazy photos after the break!
Sure, you’ll want to eat them all, but which ones are the desserts?
Join us as we taste the unique limited-edition treat, with lots of sweet details and mouthwatering photos.
Can you bear to bite down into these desserts?
Now there’s something else to look forward to when opening a tub of ice cream.
Golden shaved ice that uses real gold leaf — how’s that for a lucky dessert?