Spaghetti “Napolitana” Popsicles Are The Latest Bizarre Snack to Come Out of Japan

Gari-Gari Kun's new flavor consists of vanilla ice cream, tomato-flavored shaved ice, and tomato gelatin.

Photos: Drama Fever

Photos: Drama Fever

These spaghetti-flavored popsicles are way beyond anything Willy Wonka ever thought up. Yes, a popular Japanese popsicle maker has introduced a Spaghetti “Napolitana”-flavored icy treat.

The spaghetti popsicle, made by Gari-Gari Kun, is made with vanilla Napolitana (we think they mean “Neapolitan”) ice cream, and flavored with tomato sauce shaved ice and tomato jello pieces.

Rocket News 24 reports that the product has yet to actually hit shelves in Japan.

Some things are sacred, and pasta is one of them, but you have to give credit to Japan for constantly coming up with bizarre and wonderful foods.

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Photos: Rocket News 24

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