Murakamiya honpo is located near Shiraito no Taki in Fukuoka.
They sell shaved ice using original water from that waterfall.
It is called flower of white snow.
It is very soft and unusual.
I want to go there again.
It means polar bear.
You can see its face when you look straight down on it.
The eyes and mouth are raisins, and the nose is a cherry.
It uses milk flavored syrup and some kinds of fruits, jello, and beans are inside it.
It is famous and delicious.
The original Shirokuma shop is in Kagoshima.
But you can buy it in a cup at convenience stores around Japan.
There are many kinds of syrup.
This one is called “Uji Kintoki” and the syrup is tea flavor.
Uji means name of the place famous for tea growing.
Kintoki means sweet beans.
It is essential for summer survival.
By the way, this is the one I ate at Turuya Yoshinobu in Kyoto.