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May 1, 2018

Visit Tokyo: Long! Longer!! Longest!!!

Just opened in March in Harajuku is Long! Longer!! Longest!!!

Harajuku is known for their extreme desserts, but Long! Longer!!! Longest!!! offers the most extreme of them all when it comes to soft ice cream, tornado potato, churros, and cotton candy.

Since my love for ice cream is quite extreme as well, I just had to check the place out.

We arrived about 15 minutes before closing, which turned out to be a great time, as the Harajuku crowd was very minimal.

We ordered the he Longest Soft Ice Cream at 40cm for 700 yen.

Surprisingly, an employee tried twice to make the Longest Soft Ice Cream and each time the ice cream didn't turn out long enough, so she dumped it in the trash!

Another employee took over, and on her first try she was able to give us our Longest Soft Ice Cream.


It was about 60 degrees that night, but it didn't take long before the ice cream started to bend in the warmth of the evening.
Our family grabbed spoons and we quickly started eating to prevent an ice cream catastrophe.


It was a fun treat, and definitely the longest soft serve we've ever tried!

Long! Longer!! Longest!!!
Japan, 〒150-0001 Tokyo
Shibuya, Jingumae
1 Chome−7−3 CUTE CUBE HARAJUKU 1F
+81 3-6804-3761

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