Sakeice

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Sakeice
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Time Out says

Sorry kids, these boozy scoops are only for the over-20s. Newly opened in March, Sakeice specialises in ice cream flavoured with the quintessential Japanese tipple. There are two types of sake ice cream here, one of which changes seasonally, but they are all made with rice alcohol from the acclaimed Otokoyama brewery in Hokkaido, which relies on natural spring water for its sake. The level of alcohol in each scoop (¥540) probably isn’t enough to get you tipsy, but the subtle sweetness of the rice brew compliments the creamy texture of the ice cream, making for a perfect frozen treat. For youngsters, however, the shop offers classic strawberry and vanilla, which are non-alcoholic.

Details

Address:
3-33-17 Nishi-Ikebukuro, Toshima
Tokyo
Contact:
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Transport:
Ikebukuro Station
Opening hours:
11am-8pm daily
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