Baskin Robbins

Lucky Japanese new year ice cream! Baskin-Robbins’ flavor inspired by traditional osechi cuisine

Two of the few osechi dishes almost everyone likes team up for a very special, very Japanese flavor that promises good luck in the new year.

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Ring in the New Year with Baskin-Robbins Japan’s adorable Pokémon ice cream dishes

Buy a take-home ice cream selection, receive adorable Pokémon merchandise!

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We miss out on cheap all-you-can-eat takoyaki, but stuff ourselves with octopus balls anyway

You, too, can have an all-you-can-eat experience with a timer and the determination to enjoy yourself.

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We take on the Baskin-Robbins Japan 31-day challenge and live to tell these tips

Eating ice cream every day for a month may seem like a breeze, but here’s some great practical advice to consider before indulging.

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You can get your Baskin-Robbins ice cream served in a Poké Ball in Japan

31 Poké Summer event adds two different Pikachu ice cream flavors to the menu, plus a four-Pokémon ice cream cake.

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Popular Star Wars characters interpreted as ice cream flavors by Baskin Robbins

If there were a flavor for the film series as a whole it’d be Rocky Road.

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Make your new year sweet with this Pokémon x Baskin Robbins collaboration

Say goodbye to your New Year’s resolution to eat less ice cream!

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We mixed all 31 flavors of Baskin Robbins ice cream and created a Frankenstein dessert【Video】

Join the mad ice cream scientists of SoraNews24 as we play god with everyone’s favorite frozen treat.

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We made a Pikachu shake at Baskin Robbins with hilarious yet tragic results

Someone free them, please!

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Pokémon ice cream cakes and Pikachu-flavor ice cream on the menu at Baskin-Robbins Japan!

First-ever tie-up between the variety-packed ice cream and anime/video game giants produces Pikachu Thunderbolt sorbet.

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We score another fukubukuro lucky bag from Baskin Robbins Japan with bonus Snoopy【Photos】

Even more of the super cute ice cream theme products, but a sprinkle of Peanuts just makes it all the sweeter!
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【Lucky Bag Roundup 2018】Baskin Robbins combines ice cream with Snoopy for New Year in Japan

Happy Ice Cream Time” is made up of cute limited-edition merchandise and sweets!

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Baskin-Robbins unveils its only ice cream vending machine in Japan, and it’s in an odd location

Nothing says summer like delicious ice cream… and roadside toilets.

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Baskin Robbins sandwiches are going on sale in Japan

These aren’t ice cream sandwiches, either, but an all-new treat.

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【Lucky Bag Roundup 2017】Baskin Robbins delights with a Happy Bag of ice cream-themed goods

Snoopy is also on hand to join in with the sweet celebrations.

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Baskin Robbins Japan releases spicy habanero sundae and glow-in-the-dark ice cream for Halloween

We say R.I.P. to our tastebuds because they’ll never be the same again.

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Baskin Robbins introduces a limited-edition ice cream to celebrate the boys of summer

Buy me some peanuts and Tiger Stripe…that’s how the song goes, right?

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Sakura-flavored ice cream returns to Baskin Robbins in Japan after 24 years!

Who would have thought that we could go without this ice cream flavor for over two decades?

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Baskin Robbins’ new year lucky bags are Snoopy-tastic! (Also, free ice cream!)

We’ve been bringing you all the the details on the year’s best fukubukuro – or “lucky bags” – today, but no roundup of these wonderful New Year’s goodie bags would be complete without a visit to ice cream purveyor Baskin Robbins Japan. Let’s find out what frozen delights were hidden in their bag!

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Sheep-flavored ice cream from Baskin Robbins Japan tastes like dreams

In celebration of 2015, Baskin Robbins Japan has created a special flavor inspired by sheep, this year’s animal according to the Chinese zodiac. And while it may not actually taste like lamb, it has enough imagery inspired by the woolen animal to make you say, “BAA!”

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