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Cold Stone Creamery gift card

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Cold Stone Creamery Japan is introducing gift cards as a Christmas gift for the winter season. Three types of gift card – 1,000 yen, 3,000 yen and 5,000 yen – are available but not rechargeable. The card will be sold at Cold Stone's ice cream shops nationwide.

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Wow Nation wide. There's like what, 10 stores in Japan?

Too expensive and not that much different. Can't understand why people would throw down an extra 300 yen for ice-cream that really don't taste that much better.

haagen dazs they aren't.

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Can't understand why people would throw down an extra 300 yen for ice-cream that really don't taste that much better.

For much the same reason that those same people feel the need to plunk down 100,000 Yen for a Louis Vuitton purse, when an ordinary well made purse that cost ten times less will do the job - peer pressure to maintain a superficial image.

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So Cold Stone in the US is all about the mix-ins, like M-and-Ms, Butterfinger bits, crushed Oreo cookies, even gummi bears. Japan being Japan, what are they mixing in? Squid jerky? Sugar cured dried fish? Kaki-no-tane arare? Natto? Corn? Yumm-o.

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COLD STONE!!! there was nothing like waiting for 30 mins outside midwinter in the Rockies waiting for ColdStone! And why is there no english link on that international website!? and ... huh CS in Korea and China too? wow ... now ... come KINKI area and KYUSHUU and we will all be happy! (yes yes will check later to see if they are/did) ☆

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Noborito ... youre kidding right? HaagenDaaz isnt real ice cream, they never advert to be so, and rather spend the money on Baskins 31 than 400 yen on 2 ounces of HD! but^^ hey to each their own (hmm now im thinking that the CS here really ISNT sweet cream like the original)

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hey, Meiji SuperCup Choco-cookie available at a grocery store near you for about 105 yen works for me!!! It's delicious...

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This is so you can get ice cream on your washable suit, right?

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