Japanese Sake Ice Cream "SAKEICE"

by MARIKO - Japan Licensed Guide
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Eat Sake!

Do you know "Sake"? 
It's Japanese rice wine.
Usually we drink it, but now we can eat it!
 Japanese Sake Ice Cream "SAKEICE"
  front of the ice cream shop 
The ice cream shop "SAKEICE" is specializes in Japanese rice wine ice cream.
They have Japanese sake ice creams, alcoholic ice creams, and other alcohol-free ones.
I tried two sake ice creams, Hakkai-san (八海山)  and Otoko-yama (男山).  Both are lightly flavor of vanilla with aroma of sake. 
Of course you can feel the taste of sake but it's not heavy.  Even if you don’t prefer to drink Sake, this is easy to eat. 
But don't eat too much!  It's still alcohol! (alcohol content is 4%.)
 

 

 
Japanese Sake Ice Cream "SAKEICE"many flavors and ice cream cups

Not only alcoholic ice creams, they also have non-alcoholic ice creams.  Such as matcha, vanilla, mango, cassis, and so on!

In addition, they have limited editions!

Japanese Sake Ice Cream "SAKEICE"

The shop is along the street

The shop is located in Asakusa area, near the must see sightseeing spot Sensoji temple. 

After visiting the famous temple, why don't we walk around small streets!  It's fun!

 

 

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