Cremia is argubaly the best soft serve ice cream in Japan. Find out where it’s served in Tokyo in this guide.
What is Cremia?
Cremia 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 it?
Unfortunately, finding Cremia 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!
CaFe’ LA MILLE
This cosy cafe is conveniently situated near Shinjuku station and offers Cremia for takeaway and sitting down.
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, they also sell Cremia Floats!
The cafe is located in the food court and a short walk from teamLab Borderless.
Funawa Nakamise Shop 3
Located along the bustling Nakamise Shopping Street leading up to Sensō-ji temple, this shop serves Cremia alongside traditional Japanese sweets such as mochi and dorayaki.
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.
Excelsior Caffe at Narita Airport
Also at Narita Airport Terminal 2 is Excelsior Caffe, a Japanese coffee chain but only this store sells Cremia.
Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum
Bonus location: for any travellers visiting Lake Kawaguchiko to see Mount Fuji, you can get your Cremia fix at the Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum.
Let me know in the comments below, if you’ve tried Cremia and whether or not you liked it!
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