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Kagigori かき氷 Card

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Kagigori かき氷 Slush Puppy Dessert

Kagigori かき氷 Card

from 2.50

Kagigori, かき氷, super chilled out Japanese words that means Japanese shaved ice. It is a cooling dessert that can be found everywhere in Japan, in festivals, restaurants, convenience stores especially during the hot summer months to cool down the heat.

Alternatively, we call it Slush Puppy too. Click on this post to find out how kakigori looks like.

  • Happily Made In: Northumberland, UK

  • Size: A6

  • Paper: 350gsm FSC accredited paper

  • Card: Blank inside

  • Envelope: White Envelope

  • Designer's Random Fact: Whenever we visit Japan we love having a kagigori, it’s lovely and refreshing. The process of seeing the ice being shaved into snow like texture, and then with fruit syrups and ice cream is a cooling bliss. Our favourite is the watermelon one, hence the colour of the card! Bright pink background with white text like snowflakes. There are also rainbow coloured ones. Yum. Take us back. So why not meet for a Kagigori next?

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Kagigori, かき氷, super chilled out Japanese words that means Japanese shaved ice. It is a cooling dessert that can be found everywhere in Japan, in festivals, restaurants, convenience stores especially during the hot summer months to cool down the heat.

Alternatively, we call it Slush Puppy too. Click on this post to find out how kakigori looks like.

  • Happily Made In: Northumberland, UK

  • Size: A6

  • Paper: 350gsm FSC accredited paper

  • Card: Blank inside

  • Envelope: White Envelope

  • Designer's Random Fact: Whenever we visit Japan we love having a kagigori, it’s lovely and refreshing. The process of seeing the ice being shaved into snow like texture, and then with fruit syrups and ice cream is a cooling bliss. Our favourite is the watermelon one, hence the colour of the card! Bright pink background with white text like snowflakes. There are also rainbow coloured ones. Yum. Take us back. So why not meet for a Kagigori next?