After hours of honing my skills and time warping on a bullet train (called Shinkansen in Japanese) to Osaka, I came across a peculiar weapon shop located in Osaka’s American Street that sold a strange variety of items:
Oversized potato wedges, what appears to be a frozen type of dumpling, but I had my eye on the rarest item: The J-Ice (Jアイス). Once I held it in my hands, I knew it was the perfect fit.
Beautifully crafted with swirled vanilla ice cream protruding from both sides, it was truly a site to behold. And that was not an ordinary ice cream cone–that was a corn husk. Superior grip and slightly salty taste to balance out the sweetness of the ice cream. I was overjoyed to finally equip my ultimate weapon after hours of dancing at night clubs and staying in capsule hotels.
10/10, I highly recommend this weapon shop for excellent craftsmanship. The name of it is じぱんいアイス. Please remember to visit it next time you’re in Osaka!