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Today I was looking through my souvenirs from my last trip to Japan and I found the blue plastic clamshell from Tokyo Disneysea that once contained Sea Salt Icecream.

Do they still sell this in the parks? I found this recipe out there for it: Sea Salt Icecream It seems that it's made popular in the Kingdom Hearts II game. I remember the salty-sweet flavour was really surprising.

Also: What other Amusement Park treats do you like? I had to have one of the famous Gyoza Rolls in Tokyo Disneysea from the little cart in Mysterious Island. Oishii, desu ne?

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Popcorn in all sorts of flavors is apparently the snack of choice at Tokyo Disneyland and Disney Sea. I couldn't believe how long people were willing to wait in line to get their souvenir buckets loaded up with regular, curry, caramel, or honey popcorn! And I thought that popcorn at the movies was expensive...

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Popcorn in all sorts of flavors is apparently the snack of choice at Tokyo Disneyland and Disney Sea.  I couldn't believe how long people were willing to wait in line to get their souvenir buckets loaded up with regular, curry, caramel, or honey popcorn!  And I thought that popcorn at the movies was expensive...

Queueing up for a hour for Honey Popcorn?? Who'd do such a crazy thing ?!?! :laugh::wink:

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Queueing up for a hour for Honey Popcorn??  Who'd do such a crazy thing ?!?!  :laugh:  :wink:

Well the container is certainly adorable, but was there really honey on the popcorn.? Seem like it would be soggy.

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It was dry to the touch, so I assume it's some kind of dry glaze, or maybe powdered flavouring.

It was very definately honey flavour, though ! Bears LOVE honey. :biggrin:

I also had a pot of the Honey Icecream sold bertween Pooh and It's A Small World Very yum also.

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