Kakigori

An ancestral summer treat in Japan, kakigori is seeing its popularity rise as part of a mainstream “back to tradition” trend in Japan…

By Timothée Richard Published on 21 July 2016 Share

An ancestral summer treat in Japan, kakigori is seeing its popularity rise as part of a mainstream “back to tradition” trend in Japan. Kakigori is a refreshing dessert of shaved ice over which one usually pours a syrup flavored with fruit, green tea or sesame. In the old days, this treat was reserved for Japanese.

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