Foods in Tokyo Disney to cool you down
It's been really hot recently in Tokyo. Hotter and more humid than the tropical island of Singapore. This season is my favorite season in Tokyo, but at times, even your Honorable Rat gets beaten up by this heat. One of my favorite ways to cool myself down is by eating. Like this bowl of Udon in Ikspiari for example or this cute little Mickey Ice Bar. What better way to cool yourself down than to pamper your taste buds too? Today, we are gonna be reviewing its partner, the Minnie Ice Bar.
310 yen a pop!
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Mickey Ice Bar VS Minnie Ice Bar
In terms of looks, I rank them both the same. It totally depends on which character you like better. I, for one, do not really care about both characters. Give me a Shiriki Utundu ice bar and I'll go screaming like a high school Japanese girl. I'll definitely give it a "Kawaii" shoutout with my highest, most nasal voice possible. In fact, you can hear that same voice in some of my songs. Click here to listen.
When it comes to taste, I prefer the Minnie Ice Bar. The peach and raspberry flavor was more refreshing than the tropical Mickey Bar. I hate to say it because I'm really attached to the word "Tropical", but if I had a choice between the two, I'd go with the Minnie Ice Bar. I can only see myself having the Mickey Ice Bar when it's hot out, but Minnie Ice Bar is something that I'd get any season. It's more flexible, more refreshing and tastier!
Honorable Rating: Lick That Plate (5/5)