Shiseido Parlor will be offering "Ishikawa 'Ruby Romain' Royal Parfait" and "Ishikawa 'Ruby Romain' Special Parfait," both of which use Ishikawa-grown "Ruby Romain" grapes. Each will be available at the Shiseido Parlor Ginza Salon de Café in Tokyo and the Shiseido Parlor Salon de Café Lazona Kawasaki in Kanagawa Prefecture from August 12 to 31.
Royal Parfait of "Ruby Roman" from Ishikawa Prefecture
The "Royal Parfait of Ishikawa 'Ruby Roman'" can be ordered at the Shiseido Parlor Ginza Salon de Café.
According to Shiseido Parlor, Ruby Romain, also known as "Eating Jewel," is a variety that was first produced in 1995 at the Agricultural Experiment Station in Ishikawa Prefecture. It is considered to be characterized by its colorfully red, large grapes, low acidity, high sugar content, refreshing sweetness, and abundant juice.
In this case, Ruby Romain was used for jelly, sauce, and sorbet. The parfait is said to be filled with fruit pulp from top to bottom, with Shiseido Parlor vanilla ice cream in the center. The price is 8,000 yen (tax included).
Ishikawa "Ruby Roman" Special Parfait
Shiseido Parlor Salon de Café Lazona Kawasaki will be offering a special parfait featuring "Ruby Romain" from Ishikawa Prefecture. Ruby Romain is used for the decoration. Coffee, tea or herb tea is included. The retail price is 3,850 yen.
Opening hours are subject to change. For the latest information, please check the official website of Shiseido Parlor. Menu items and sales periods are subject to change depending on the availability of ingredients.