A nostalgic open-air food stall of ice cream

keeping a classic taste from the Showa period.


Ice cream served at an open-air food stall with a blue roof in front of the Megane Bridge. Since the moving stall used to signal its arrival by jingling bells, it is named Chirin-chirin ice (ting-a-ling ice cream) (150 yen). Sherbet-type ice cream sweetened without artificial sweeteners provides natural sweetness and light and gentle texture. Enjoy the classic taste that has not been changed since its creation in 1960.

Pay attention to the craftsmanship involved in arranging the ice cream in the delicate shape of rose petals.

Uono-machi, Nagasaki (in front of Megane Bridge)
TEL: 095-800-8118
Open: 9:00-17:00
Closed: Rainy days, late November - mid-March