Cafe Comsa will sell a limited-time cake named after "Orange Day" on April 14th. Plenty of oranges selected for each of the 34 pastry chefs. It will be handled for 4 days from April 11th to 14th.
Orange Day is an anniversary that farmers in Ehime Prefecture have launched since 1994. At Cafe Comsa, cakes made by cutting carefully selected seasonal fruits from production areas and farms all over Japan at the shop on that day and decorating them abundantly are made, but this time orange was selected. In addition to varieties such as "Kiyomi Orange", "Setoka" is also used.
The eye-catching menus and prices are as follows. All notations are in 1-piece units, including tax.
The Ginza store sells "Setoka" and pistachio rare cheese cakes from Yamauchi Farm in Uwajima, Ehime Prefecture. The price is 1,400 yen.
At Kyoto Cafe Comsa, "Setoka" and Earl Gray cream cake from Uwajima Yamauchi Farm in Ehime Prefecture are available. The price is 900 yen.
The Yokosuka Mores store sells "Kiyomi orange" and chocolate mousse cake from Nishitani Farm, Uwajima, Ehime Prefecture. The price is 850 yen.
The Karuizawa Prince Shopping Plaza store sells "Setoka" and chocolate mousse cakes from Yamauchi Farm in Uwajima, Ehime Prefecture. The price is 950 yen.
You can check the lineup of all stores on the official website of Cafe Comsa. Depending on the store and the availability of fruits, the products, varieties used, designs, and prices may differ.