Cold Stone Is Selling Soft Serve for the First Time in Japan

Japan will be serving Cold Stone Creamery’s first-ever soft serve ice cream starting this week in Rich Milk flavor
Will Cold Stone soft serve be enough of a hit to bring it to the United States?

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Will Cold Stone soft serve be enough of a hit to bring it to the United States?

The Japanese are big fans of weirdly flavored soft serve ice cream.

To capitalize on that, Cold Stone Creamery, the international  ice cream chain known for its seemingly endless toppings and singing employees, will be serving soft serve ice cream for the first time.

The treat will come in Rich Milk flavor (the Japanese equivalent of plain vanilla), and will be available in a cup or cone for 520 yen ($5 USD). If you want a waffle cone, you can choose between plain or one with crushed almonds, raspberry, or sprinkles (550 yen), according to Rocket News 24.

For now, the ice cream will only be available at the store’s brand new location Ebina Service Area highway rest stop in Kanagawa Prefecture, but may soon spread to other locations.

There’s no word yet on if this sweet treat will be coming to the United States, but we can only cross our fingers and hope. 

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