Cafe COMSA, which offers artful cakes with a sense of the Japanese four seasons using carefully selected seasonal delicious fruits from farms and regions all over Japan, will sell "Wakayama Prefecture Small-tama Watermelon 'Hitorijime 7'" on June 22 for a limited sale. The price is 1,100 yen per piece (tax included).
Café COMSA designates the 22nd of each month as "Shortcake Day. It was decided because the 15th is on the 22nd on the calendar and strawberries (15th) are on the 22nd. This month, shortcakes of "Hitorijime 7," a small watermelon produced in Wakayama Prefecture, will be available.
Shortcake of "Hitorijime7", a small watermelon produced in Wakayama PrefectureThis shortcake is made with "Hitorijime7" watermelons, which are crispy, fresh, and full of sweetness, and decorated with lemon custard cream.
Small watermelon "Hitorijime7" from Wakayama PrefectureWakayama Prefecture is said to be one of the leading producers of small watermelons in western Japan, thanks to its mild climate and soil influenced by the Kuroshio Current, which is ideal for watermelon cultivation. Among small watermelons, "Hitorijime 7 (7-ELEVEN)" has a very thin rind and a crunchy texture with plenty of sweetness.
The Ginza store has different prices and designs.
Prices and designs are subject to change depending on the availability of fruit.