【Osaka】Take-Out OK! Summer Dishes Made with Famous Gelato

The gelato from Shunka Hyoka Ume Iroha (Chaseika), which is produced by Taizo Shibano who shone in the Gelato Japan Championship in 2015, draws a lot of fans thanks to its freshness that is achieved from being made by hand inside the shop every morning. This shop’s gelato is a specialty gelato that skillfully uses fresh milk delivered from the farms in Noto in Ishikawa, and seasonal flavors such as fruits. Pineapple, cherry (both available until August) and other summer flavors are also debuting one after another! <※Information is from KansaiWalker (issued June 6, 2017)>

Under the supervision of a Japanese champion! Handmade gelato that is OK for take-out

About 10 flavors of gelato are constantly available.

<Selling place: Varies depending on the product, Expiration: None, Carrying temperature: Frozen (Maximum 2 hours, ice pack for up to 1 hour is free of charge), Ordering: Not possible, Local delivery: Not possible>

These are the Pineapple (front, 400 JPY) and Cherry (back, 400 JPY), both of which are single scoops.

This is the Grand Pistachio (Single) (500 JPY). The best part about this gelato is its richness that goes beyond the realms of gelato. This concoction won in the Gelato World Tour that was held in Italy in 2014.

This is the Very Berry Cheese (single) (left, 400 JPY). It is a popular flavor that perfectly combines the bittersweet taste of berries and the mild, rich flavors of cheese. The gelato on the right is the Shio Milk (salted milk) (single) that costs 400 JPY. The hint of salt in the sweet taste of mild milk gives this gelato a refreshing taste. This is an item that is recommended at the peak of summer.

Take-out used to be allowed for single scoops only, but starting late June, a special container was released for double scoops. Six scoops form a set.

If you do not really care for take-out, then note that there is standing space inside this gelato shop. Try the gelato sweets at the annexed Chaseika, too!

Shunka Hyoka Ume Iroha (Chaseika)

Hankyu Sanbangai South Hall B2F, 1-1-3 Shibata, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka

[This article was originally published in Walkerplus on 06.28.2017]

*Please note that the information in this article is from the time of writing or publication and may differ from the latest information.

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