Any soft cream (ice cream) to introduce?

Asked by Amanda Ho · 3 years ago

On my to-eat list:

1. Tottori's squid ink

2. Kanazawa's gold-leaf

3. Kikkoman soy sauce factory's soy sauce ice cream

 
   

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Answered by Olga Kaneda · 3 years ago

Miso flavor! Tastes good. Tried in Nara but available in other places.

  • Amanda Ho: Yes, it was nice. Tried it few years ago in Nara. Thanks for the suggestion! (Reply)
    Amanda Ho: Yes, it was nice. Tried it few years ago in Nara. Thanks for the suggestion! (Reply)
    Amanda Ho: Yes, it was nice. Tried it few years ago in Nara. Thanks for the suggestion! (Reply)

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Answered by Guillaume Dore · 3 years ago

There is so many fun flavor, like goma (sesame), sakura, matcha, hojicha, ramune. I took a picture of a small stall where they had like 40 kind of soft cream. The secret is that machine is not freezing a liquid, but the ice cream is already frozen an packed in single serve container, that is squeezed to get the ice cream out. Kind of like a coffe machine using pods. So it's easy to have many flavors in a small ice cream stand.
I also remember that one of my friend told me about strang ice cream flavor at Nanja Town in Ikebukuro, like octopus and crab ice cream. Might not be soft cream, but 100% unique flavors.
If it's just for the wow factor (like the gold leaf ice cream), then there is the super tall soft cream you can find in America Mura, Osaka. Just plain choco or vanilla ice, but you get something like a 30 cm tall tower of soft cream.

Edit : I just remembered, sweet potato flavored in Kawagoe, there is the murasaki-imo (purple) and satsuma-imo (orange). That's something fun to taste.

  • Amanda Ho: Octopus and crab? Sounds exhaustic. Certainly a must try next time, thanks! (Reply)
    • Guillaume Dore: I said octopus and crab just like that, might not be accurare, you should read this : en.japantravel.com/tokyo/cup-ice-museum-in-ikebukuro/2127

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Answered by Sherilyn Siy · 3 years ago

Tofu soft cream is one of my favorites. I wrote about where to get it here: http://en.japantravel.com/saitama/tofu-wonderland/19360

  • Amanda Ho: nice! shall try when i visit saitama. (Reply)

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