Naganuma Ice: Hokkaido’s No. 1 Soft Serve Ice Cream Pop-Up Store In Isetan Scotts Till 6 Dec

Looking to cool off from Singapore’s heat? Hokkaido’s top soft serve ice cream has finally made its way to Singapore.

Naganuma Ice is one of the most popular ice cream stores in Japan and Taiwan, where you can see queues of people waiting for an hour to get their ice cream.

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Located at Tanjong Pagar, Naganuma Ice will only open their doors early in December 2018. To get a sneak preview of what they have to offer, head over to their pop-up store at Isetan Scotts from 23 November – 6 December 2018.

They will serve six different flavours of Soft Serve Ice Cream (S$6/cup, S$6.50/cone) made of 100% raw milk, including flavours like Red Wine, Pumpkin, Double Cheese and more.

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When I tried their Red Wine Soft Serve, I thought that it would contain some alcohol. But similar to dishes cooked with red wine, this soft serve retained just the grape flavour as an aftertaste without the booze.

I enjoyed this soft serve ice cream greatly as it reminded me of the grape flavoured Yakult.

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If you’re looking for something creamier, Naganuma Ice also serves up 12 different flavours of Gelato (S$5.50/single cup, S$6.50/double cup, +S$0.50 cone), which change depending on Japan’s season.

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Exclusively just for Singapore, there will be two made-to-order deserts: Crème Brule (S$8) and Parfait (S$8.50). The Crème Brule is served in an ice cream cone, filled with raw milk soft serve ice cream, custard cream, and brown sugar scorched on top.

Thinking that it would be quite sweet, I was pleasantly surprised that this was not the case. With the addition of the raw milk ice cream, this dessert was both creamy and crunchy at the same time.

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In contrast, Naganuma Ice’s Parfait was made in a plastic cone with cantaloupe syrup and biscuit separating two layers of raw milk soft serve ice cream. This was topped with chocolate syrup and a dark chocolate biscuit from the city of Asahikawa in Japan.

So if you’re looking for luscious soft serve ice cream from Japan, head over to Naganuma Ice and enjoy a taste of Hokkaido!

Dates & Times: 23 November – 6 December 2018 (pop up at Isetan Scotts), 10 am– 8.30pm (Daily)

Prices: S$5.50 – S$8.50 per pax

Price: $

Our Rating: 3 / 5

Naganuma Ice

1 Scotts Road, Isetan Scotts, Basement 1 Market, Singapore 228208

Our Rating 3/5

Naganuma Ice

1 Scotts Road, Isetan Scotts, Basement 1 Market, Singapore 228208

Operating Hours: 10am - 8.30pm (Daily)

Operating Hours: 10am - 8.30pm (Daily)