During the hot summer months, kakigōri is sold virtually everywhere in Japan. Especially at summer festivals and fairs, it is as popular as yakisoba, takoyaki and cotton candy. kakigōrii is one of the summer features in Japan. Some shops serve it with ice cream and sweetened red beans or tapioca pearls.
Now those of us fortunate enough to live in or near Columbus, Ohio can enjoy this delicious Japanese summer favorite! Try it! You'll love it!! I sure do!!! ;-)
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Where to find it:
Belle's Breads Bakery
1168 Kenny Centre Mall
Columbus, OH 43220
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I am a high school Japanese teacher in Columbus, Ohio. I enjoy sharing my passion of all things Japanese and inspiring my students!