Elephants give ice creams in Japan a much-needed nose lift

In Yokohama, Japan, the Zou-No-Hana Café serves a one-of-a-kind desert: the ‘zou no hana’, which translates to, ‘elephant nose ice cream’. It’s a regular soft serve – or soft cream as they call it in Japan – but with a mammoth difference.

It has waffle cone for ears, two chocolate dots for eyes, and a nose life for a trunk. There’s even a pink elephant and a two-toned tusked elephant, which is only offered to 20 customers per day during certain times of the year.

Via Geyser of Awesome

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