Kakigori: Traditional Shaved Ice かき氷

  • Published on : 17/07/2015
  • by : C.L.
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While it is possible to find the most eccentric of ice creams in Japan, some stand out because of their simplicity. Kakigori consists of only crushed ice and syrup, a simple but effective combination.

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