Udah jam 03:05, tapi saya masih belum bisa tidur (seperti biasa) -,-
Dan gara2 liat PV + Making Haina! nya NYC, saya jadi pengen ke Matsuri dan.. kakigori~!!! ><
Huwaa~ padahal itu cuma es serut yang dikasih sirup doang (kadang pake topping juga sih), tapi pengen~ warna2nya menarik!! *bocahnyakumat
Umm.. klo di Indonesia, kakigori kayak es teler kali yaa~ cuma bedanya klo es teler lebih berair..
Aduh, jadi makin pengen deh gw :9
*besok ke es teler 77 ah! /lho?/pelarian ;p
Popular flavors include strawberry, cherry, lemon, green tea, grape, melon, “Blue Hawaii,” sweet plum, and colorless syrup. Some shops provide colorful varieties by using two or more different syrups. To sweeten kakigōri, condensed milk is often poured on top of it. It is not like a snow cone: It has a much smoother fluffier ice consistency, much like fresh fallen snow, and a spoon is almost always used to eat it. The traditional way of making kakigōri uses a hand cranked machine to spin a block of ice over an ice shaving blade. Even though electric ice shavers are most often used, street vendors can still be seen hand-shaving ice blocks in the summer.
In addition to the streets, kakigōri is sold in festivals, convenience stores, coffee shops, and restaurants. During the hot summer months, kakigōri is sold virtually everywhere in Japan. Some shops serve it with ice cream and sweetened red beans and/or tapioca pearls. Often condensed milk is used to cap it.
Btw, btw.. kenapa gw liat Nakayama Yuma di Haina! ini rada2 mirip Fedi Nuril ya? o.o