They range from simple and traditional offerings to fancy creations, but they're all undeniably super refreshing and delicious.
Fuji, and it is absolutely delicious.
They add a lot of class to their designs - check out the spun sugar on top of the Spring Cremet d'Anjou! Found up in Jujo, Darumaya is a classic Japanese sweets shop that just happens to also serve brilliant kakigori.
Here you are free to ask questions, share your love for food, and explore the Johor community! Kakigori made with seasonal fruits are also quite popular.
Where to eat this typical ice dessert in Japan? When just any old shaved ice won't do, make way for this eight-seat, counter-only Kichijoji café where the menu changes almost daily.
The earthy flavor of tie guan yin tea pairs surprisingly well with milk and the chewy tapioca pearls, yam mochi and sweet potato mochi are just the right amount of 'QQ'.