Ice Roll Factory is the first place in Kyoto offering rolled ice cream
Ice Roll Factory is the first place in Kyoto to bring the famed rolled ice cream treat into the ancient capital. This dessert has its origins in Thailand but became a phenomenon in New York. The dessert is made by pouring a milk-based liquid onto a cold plate and then crushing some berries or cookies into it, and as the liquid freezes it’s kneaded into a thin layer of ice cream. Then this layer of ice cream is turned into rolls by the push of a spatula. So, to say it succinctly, Ice Roll Factory in Kyoto offers generous portions of rolled ice cream for 700 to 800 yen a portion in the heart of the city, in Teramachi Shopping Street.