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Harajuku ice-cream shop adds a scoop of science with liquid nitrogen

by Angela Erika Kubo

Newly opened (and tiny) dessert counter 196° Ice Cream in Harajuku isn’t making an empty boast when it says that it serves the freshest ice cream in the world. The staff blend raw mixture with cups of liquid nitrogen, and after a minute of whisking the two together, out from the billows of fog comes made-to-order ice cream that’s so smooth it melts the moment it hits your tongue. You can choose between premium milk (¥480), sweet chocolate (¥530), creamy mango (¥580) or a seasonal limited-edition flavor, all of which are as fun to watch being made as they are to eat. You’ll think twice about regular ice cream forever after. 1-13-21 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo; 03-6447-4950; www.drepocke.com. (Angela Erika Kubo)

  • otisdelevator

    Have a look for the Instructable and make your own nitrogen ice cream.