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Cremia Ice Cream – (where to find the best ice cream in Japan)

Where to find Cremia (the best soft serve ice cream) in Tokyo
Where to find Cremia (the best soft serve ice cream) in Tokyo

Cremia ice cream is argubaly the best soft serve ice cream in Japan. Find out where it’s served in Tokyo in this guide.

What is Cremia Ice Cream?

Cremia ice cream was developed to be a premium soft serve ice cream and has garnered many fans (including me). It consists of 25% Hokkaido fresh cream and 12.5% high milk fat, this unique mixture creates a full, rich flavour with a silky texture.

Instead of a traditional waffle cone, a thin crispy langue de chat cone is used adding to the premium experience.

Where to find Cremia Ice Cream?

Unfortunately, finding Cremia ice cream isn’t straight forward and easy – as there’s no official website listing the locations. Luckily for you, I’ve managed to find a few places serving this delectable dessert!


This cosy cafe is conveniently situated near Shinjuku station and offers Cremia ice cream for takeaway and sitting down.

Cremia Ice Cream at Cafe La Mille

Ruby Cafe (Venus Fort)

If you’re exploring the Odaiba area, make sure to pop by Ruby Cafe in the VenusFort shopping centre. Not only do they serve 4 flavours of Cremia ice cream , they also sell Cremia Floats!

The cafe is located in the food court and a short walk from teamLab Borderless.

Cremia Ice Cream at Ruby Cafe VenusFort
Cremia Ice Cream at Ruby Cafe VenusFort

Funawa Nakamise Shop 3

Located along the bustling Nakamise Shopping Street leading up to Sensō-ji temple, this shop serves Cremia ice cream alongside traditional Japanese sweets such as mochi and dorayaki.

Chocolate flavoured Cremia from Funawa Nakamise Shop 3

FaSoLa Cafe

If you’ve missed out on Cremia ice cream while in Tokyo, make sure to head to FaSoLa Cafe at Narita Airport Terminal 2 before you fly back home!

The cafe can be found in the middle of the corridor that connects the main Terminal 2 building with the Satellite building.

Cremia Ice Cream at FaSoLa Cafe

Excelsior Caffe at Narita Airport

Also at Narita Airport Terminal 2 is Excelsior Caffe, a Japanese coffee chain but only this store sells Cremia ice cream.

Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum

Bonus location: for any travellers visiting Lake Kawaguchiko to see Mount Fuji, you can get your Cremia ice cream fix at the Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum.

Caramel Cremia at Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum

Locations submitted from readers

A few wonderful blog readers have submitted locations where they found cremia:

  • Gundam Base Tokyo (inside the Aqua City Mall)
  • 53-17, Sendagaya 3-Chōme Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan 151-0051
  • Hibiya Saroh at Hibiya Park
  • Kawaguchiko Herb Hall
  • Jigoku Onsen Museum in Beppu

Let me know in the comments below, if you’ve tried Cremia ice cream and whether or not you liked it!

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  • Reply
    August 31, 2020 at 4:44 pm

    Hello Chris,

    Great blog you have here! I stumbled upon the airport location when sadly leaving Japan.

    There are two additional places you can find this magical ice cream:

    1. Gundam Base Tokyo (inside the Aqua City Mall)
    ダイバーシティ東京 プラザ
    Koto, 東京都 〒135-0064
    Daiba Station

    2. Sapporo Stall (Tanukikoji Shopping Street) very discreet booth within a home remedy store.
    23 5 Chome, 5丁目 南2条西 中央区 札幌市 北海道 060-0062, Japan


  • Reply
    July 26, 2022 at 2:39 pm

    Thank you so much for posting this! I absolutely love Cremia! I had it at the Hibiki Park restaurant with the little Asian tricycle on the front; also at the Herb Hall in Lawaguchiko. There’s also one in Shibuya at this address: 53-17, Sendagaya 3-Chōme
    Shibuya, Tokyo
    Japan 151-0051

    • Reply
      July 26, 2022 at 2:43 pm

      Hibiya Saroh at Hibiya Park. The other is in Kawaguchiko, not Lawaguchico 🙂

  • Reply
    Maryum Ahmad
    August 17, 2023 at 7:29 pm

    I had this sensational beauty in Beppu by the onsen museum and then once again in JR Aso station! On the hunt for it again in Tokyo, but if not, I’l definitely have it once more at the airport, thank you for the tip☺️

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