Japanese Ice Cream is a category of certain ice cream flavours made by the Japanese.

Cactus Ice Cream (Saboten Aisu)

A tasty treat that will prick the hearts of ice cream lovers everywhere. It is smooth and refreshing with a taste that must be like drawing water from a cactus after being parched in a desert for days.

Cactus Ice Cream Chicken Wing Ice Cream (Nagoya Tebasaki)

It actually tastes like a fried chicken wing.

Chicken Wing Ice Cream Crab Ice Cream (Kani Aisu)

Hokkaido, Japan's northernmost prefecture, is renowned for its rich array of seafood, prime amongst the delicacies being crab.

Crab Ice Cream (Kani Aisu) Eel Ice Cream (Unagi Aisu)

Eel is a summer delicacy in Japan, which probably explains why Futaba decided to use it to flavour an ice cream. Surprisingly, the smooth taste is quite palatable, even if the thought of what's being eaten is not quite as tasty Eel Ice Cream (Unagi Aisu)

Fish Ice Cream (Sanma Aisu)

Something must smell fishy about ice cream flavoured with saury, a saltwater fish popular in Japan...But there's no worries about that with this offering from Kimura Shoten as the fishy fumes have been drowned out by liberal doses of brandy. Not the greatest tasting ice cream on earth, though.

Fish Ice Cream (Sanma Aisu) Octopus Ice Cream (Taco Aisu)

It's prawnographic! Most people would be making a report to health authorities if they dug up a full shrimp's body from their ice cream, but with this product from Roman Holiday that's the norm. The image Shrimp Ice Cream probably conjures up amongst most people probably comes closest to the actual taste.

Wasabi Ice Cream (Wasabi Aisu)

Sushi gets its sting from the horseradish paste known in Japanese as wasabi. While its tingling taste makes a delightful addition to raw fish, wasabi's tangy flavour also makes for a surprisingly edible ice cream.

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