Baskin Robbins – Ice Cream dolls in Japan

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In Japan, March 3 is Girl’s Day (雛祭り or “Hinamatsuri”). It’s a doll festival. To celebrate, Baskin Robbins is releasing a set of five ice cream “dolls.” Delicious!

Here is how the real dolls are displayed during Hinamatsuri. The dolls represent the Emperor and Empress—as well as their attendants.

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And now, in ice cream form, with images courtesy of Gigazine:

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Each is made from one of five flavors: Nutty Cream Cheese Brownie, Love in Berry, Orange Sorbet, Love Struck Cheese Cake, and Oreo Chocolate Mint. The set is priced at 1,540 yen (US$15).

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サーティーワンのひな祭りメニュー「ひなだんかざり」を食べてみました [Gigazine]

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