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I had a satisfying peach shaved ice at the YUKINOHANA Dotonbori Store.

I had a satisfying peach shaved ice at the YUKINOHANA Dotonbori Store.

Enjoying a peach shaved ice at the Korean-style shaved ice cafe YUKINOHANA Dotonbori Store!

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At CAFE YUKINOHANA, enjoying the Korean-style shaved ice (patbingsu) with the fine ice that has become a hot topic in the media.

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I made a long-desired first visit to a shaved ice cafe I had been interested in from before.
While they have cafes in Shinsaibashi and Dotonbori, I went to the Dotonbori cafe since the Shinsaibashi cafe was almost completely full.

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The cafe is in a building just east of the Dotonbori branch of Don Quijote.

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When I arrived I was surprised to see that the cafe space went from the first to the third floors, with 80 seats on the second floor.

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At the YUKINOHANA Dotonbori Store, the system is to order at the counter on the first floor.

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There are many shaved ices on the menu that look different from Japanese shaved ice.

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Looking at the Green Soybean Flour Snow, there were many innovative shaved ices.
Somehow it was like I had come to Korea.

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By the way, it seems that you can also do takeout.

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When I was overwhelmed by the too many different kinds of shave ice, I discovered a poster about a shaved ice that used peaches.
I ordered this because I like peaches and it said that it was available for only a limited time.

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I waited in a seat at a table until my shaved ice was ready.

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On the second floor.

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I took a seat by the window where I could see a model of an octopus.

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I waited for my shaved ice to be made while having a look through the menu.

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The mascot character Yuki-chan is cute. Yuki means snow in Japanese.

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As I was doing this, the red light of the dedicated buzzer went on at the same time it started buzzing to let me know that my shaved ice was ready.

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I went down to the first floor counter to pick up my shaved ice.

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The whole surface was topped with sliced peaches.

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And on top of that they had plopped a topping of yogurt ice cream.
The ice was not visible.

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The number of peach slices was so many that I was almost not sure which one to start eating from.

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Let’s eat!

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The nicely firm peaches had a delicate sweetness.
It was an irresistible taste for those who love peaches.

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The fine ice melted softly in my mouth.
It had a slightly milky and gentle taste.

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Since the ice cream had a yogurt flavor, it was an accent that enhanced the sweetness of the peach.

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It was a wonderful shaved ice with the tartness of the yogurt complementing the sweetness of the peach, as well as the sweet taste of the milk.
It was delicious. What a great treat!

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Not only does YUKINOHANA have a rich variety of shaved ice, but it is a cafe where you can fully enjoy such Korean sweets like dessert-like toast.
Next time I think I would like to try the toast.
–For those who love shaved ice (patbingsu).
–For those who love Korean desserts.
–For those who want to experience the feeling of a light and fine ice melting in your mouth.
I recommend YUKINOHANA in Shinsaibashi and Dotonbori.

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Information

store YUKINOHANA Dotonbori Store
tel 06-6212-5522
address Pijebran Soemoncho Building 2F, 7-18, Soemoncho, Chuo-ku Osaka-shi, Osaka
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transport 375m from Nihonbashi Station
opening hours 12:00~24:00
holiday Open everyday
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Original(Written in Japanese)

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