New! Ice Pop Stand in Epcot’s Japan Pavilion

Beat the Disney World summer heat at this kiosk in Epcot’s Japan Pavilion that is now serving Ice Pops…for a song!

Ice Pop Stand

These snacks are a pretty good size, and cost only $1.00 each (UPDATE: We’ve just had a note from a reader that these are now $2.00. Still a good price, but not as good as before…). Bargain! Flavor choices are lemon, melon, orange, grape, and strawberry.

Ice Pops in Freezer

They basically taste like good Popsicles. But the price is great! And the wrapper is a pretty sturdy plastic. It maintains its shape, even after the ice/juice is gone. This makes it a GREAT choice for kids because it will be far less messy than either a popsicle on a stick or a traditional supermarket ice lolly.

Fruit Ice Pops

What makes them even more affordable? They’re easily broken into two and shared!

Lemon Ice Pop About To Be Divided Into Two

A relatively cheap snack in Disney World? Sign me up!

Erin Foster is the Disney Food for Families columnist and a behind-the-scenes guru here at Disney Food Blog! Check out more of her posts here.


  1. says

    what a great option if you just want something small and cold…. myself however would be getting the kakigori instead! mmmmmm! thanks for the tip!

  2. canadianslovewdw says

    my daughters would love these.. and at a buck it saves the snack credits for something i want.. win win…

  3. Jill D says

    is there any hope they will bring back the real kaki gori? I miss the shaved ice so much….

  4. Anastasia says

    Hmm they look like the Tampico ice pops they have over at Wal-Mart. I will say, the pops are good, but I have to split them in half. If you just cut open one end it can be hard to get the ice out so you have to wait for the pop to melt. But then I eat way too fast anyway!

  5. says

    My husband and I saw these at Wal-Mart a few days ago! Nice to know they have a new inexpensive snack at WDW!

  6. Alan says

    Ices are the perfect snack for the typical hot WDW springsummerautumn days. And the great thing is that since they don’t fill you up, you’ll have room for school bread later in the evening while watching the fireworks.

  7. Mike Venere says

    This is great…..As a parent that likes to endulge while traveling through the countires goos luck with a 2 and 4 year old…..but give them reason to come along… popscles…..YAHOO.
    The icing on the cake is the price. I really hope this wasn’t just a special sample offering and these will soon cost 3.25….Hope they are still a dollar in August!!!

  8. venessa says

    HEY!! Those should be in Mexico, not Japan! BUAHAHAH! They sell these at Walmart and every single food store I can think of. I’ve been eating these since I was 5 years old back in the day too. I love breaking those in half!

    In Walmart you can get the whole pack of 12 for a dollar! I’m exited though to try some official bolis from Japan though.

  9. disney777 says

    I think they still have Kakigori. This is another stand that has the ice pops. Nice addition, and nice to be able to get something cheap. I could see using it as an ice pak on a hot day. Can refreeze is later!

  10. Julie says

    We went to check them out yesterday and they are actually $2.00, not $1.00 as stated. They’re still very good, but not as much of a bargain.

  11. says

    Julie — Thanks for the price update! It wouldn’t surprise me if that was an “after market” add. ;-)

  12. Mike Venere says

    Well here ya go…..
    Just as I had posted above, by the time I get there in August they will be 3 plus.
    C’mon Disney……can’t ya just make a 100% markup sometimes?

  13. Gabby says

    These are now sold in the food shelf aisle with the bottled juice.

    A taste of Epcot at home-Ten for $4.00

  14. Tracy says

    I had these when I was in China a few years ago. I cannot remember which flavor I had,but I remember it was not as sweet as an ice pop. It was still good though and would be a nice treat on a hot day. :)

  15. Tracy says

    I wonder if the carry Hi Chew candy there? I am sure they do since they are from Japan. I had these quite a bit while I was in Taiwan. They became my favorite. I finally found some here at World Market and I was excited!!!! They remind me of star burst ,kind of. Chewy like that.

  16. Sarah says

    We bought these at an Asian market. We got the fruit smoothie flavors and have to say they had a funny taste to them. Hoping the fruit flavored ones are better :)

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