Ketchup spaghetti popsicle for adventurous eaters

We have written some articles about both the Japanese favorite ketchupy spaghetti Napolitan and the old-school Japanese popsicle series GariGari-kun in the past. Who would have imagined that these 2 very different items would come together?

So, today we found out that the GariGari-kun series made ketchup spaghetti into a popsicle and it will be released on March 25. It's a Napolitan flavored popsicle with Napolitan flavored shaved ice inside and some tomato jelly added as an accent...

We were giggling about the GariGari-kun vegetable chowder flavor popsicle released last year, however, we are very suspicious about the taste and cannot really laugh about the new ketchup spaghetti popsicle!

Someone please try it and give us a review!

 

 

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