Café COMSA will be offering "Muskmelon Shortcake. It will be available on July 22 and 23 and is priced at 1,500 yen per piece (tax included).
Muskmelon ShortcakeCafé COMSA uses seasonal fruits selected from farms and production areas throughout Japan to create cakes that reflect the four seasons of Japan, and the 22nd of each month is "Shortcake Day. The fruit is ripe, mellow, fragrant, sweet, and fresh, and is combined with a fluffy sponge and a mildly sweet whipped cream.
According to Café COMSA, the muskmelon was introduced to Japan in 1925 and later spread throughout the country, establishing itself as a luxury melon. Since they are mainly cultivated in greenhouses, good-tasting fruits are shipped all year round, but they are most commonly sold in the market from April to July. It is said that this is the best time to enjoy the fruits of the season.
In addition, the Ginza store and Shizuoka Isetan store will offer "Shizuoka muskmelon. The Ginza store has different prices and designs. Prices and designs are subject to change depending on the availability of fruits.