6. Matcha, Kinako & Kuromitsu
This is matcha ice cream mixed with sweetened milk ice cream, featuring a dusting of bean powder called kinako and a swirl of kuromitsu, a kind of brown sugar syrup. The sweetness of the milk and the bitter edge of the matcha make for a perfect match!
5. Kinoko & Kuromitsu
While it might sound similar, this is different from the first one: this time we have kinako-flavored ice cream with a kuromitsu sauce. This is another great combination that reimagines ice cream as a classic Japanese dessert.
4. Japanese Chestnut & Adzuki
Japanese chestnuts are a little different from Chinese and Western chestnuts, having a sweet smell and taste. This combination with red adzuki beans will make you fall in love with the taste!
3.Vanilla & Kinako Kuromitsu
The base flavor here is vanilla, but imagine it accentuated with red bean sauce then again with kinako-flavored kuromitsu. This miracle combination is available only in Japan!
2. Strawberry & Adzuki
Strawberry ice cream with strawberry mixed inside makes this selection satisfyingly crunchy and sweet. The milky base and red adzuki beans bring out the Japanese-style sweetness.
1. Mitarashi & Walnut
This ice cream is the record-holder for sales, selling so quickly that they had to take it off the shelves for a while. Milk ice cream is combined with a scent of crushed walnuts and a soy-based mitarashi sauce, which you'll normally find on skewers of sweet mitarashi dango. And on top you'll find the whole thing crowned with a slice of mochi pounded rice cake!