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I understand that edamame milk shake may sound awful. I had the same thinking until I had a sip of the milkshake and I was like omg 😮!
It doesn’t taste like edamame at all. It has a nice and interesting taste and I fell...More
This was on our list of must try in Sendai and its location in the station makes it easy to find. The shake was indeed delicious and like many Japanese sweets was not super sweet. It also has an interesting texture and although I don't...More
It's a must try shake. Just order the ordinary zunda shake without any additional syrup, it's so refreshing, not to sweet but just correct taste. In other place have edamame too but I think edamame or they called it zunda, was exception.
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Was told to try a zunda shake in Sendai.
-Zunda Shake: Simply a milkshake with edamame flavor.
Conclusion: Nothing crazy. Zunda is pretty much sweetened edamame.
Would I go back? No
Do I recommend this place? If you love edamame give it a...More
I am fond of edamame (green soybeans in pod). The zundamochi and the zunda shake are soooo good! I take boxes of zundamochi from the Zunda Saryo stall in Daimaru (Tokyo Station) as food souvenirs whenever I visit Tokyo, so it was just sheer delight...More