Cafe COMSA "Nagano Grapes 'Nagano Purple'".

Cafe COMSA will sell "Nagano Grapes 'Nagano Purple'", a richly flavored grape that can be eaten with its skin intact, from September 6 to September 23.

Nagano Grapes "Nagano Purple

Nagano Purple is an original black grape variety bred by the Nagano Prefectural Fruit Experiment Station in Suzaka City, Nagano Prefecture, from a cross between Kyoho and Rizamat, and registered as a variety in 2004 (Heisei 16). It is characterized by its sweetness, with a sugar content of over 20 degrees, and a rich taste similar to that of Kyoho grapes. It has no seeds, so it can be eaten with its skin.

The "Nagano Grapes 'Nagano Purple'" cake is made with Nagano-Purple, a dark sweet grape with a sugar content of over 20 degrees, which can be eaten with the skin intact, along with a gently sweet honey milk mousse and cream cheese base. 1 piece is priced at 1,300 yen (tax included).

Price differs at the Ginza store.
The period of availability is subject to change depending on the availability of fruits.


Cafe COMSA offers cakes decorated with an abundance of delicious seasonal fruits carefully selected from production areas and farms throughout Japan. In order to deliver the freshest taste, the amount of sugar used in the cream is reduced to bring out the natural sweetness of the fruit, and everything is made with care by the patissier on the morning of the day.