Komeda Coffee Shop "Choice of Morning" with 11 kinds of local jams

Komeda Coffee Shop 11 kinds of

local jams for morning service Komeda Coffee Shop will offer 11 kinds of local jams using regional specialties as part of its morning service selections, simultaneously in each area in Japan.

Area-specific jams made from local specialties are offered as part of the morning service selection menu. We want people to be reminded of the wonderful local specialty products that can be found in their area. We also want to support producers by processing fruits and vegetables that are out of standard due to size, shape, etc. into jam. With this in mind, we started this initiative in 2019 to contribute to the local community.

This time, it will start simultaneously in each area of Japan from November 30, 2022. A total of 11 types of local jams made from specialty products from various regions of Japan will be available. Each jam has been created to enhance the flavor of the ingredients when eaten with bread.

Hokkaido Carrot


The gentle flavor of Hokkaido carrots, the country's top producer of carrots, makes the most of its ingredients. You can enjoy the bright orange color and crisp texture of the carrots. It is available in Hokkaido, Aomori, Iwate, Akita, Miyagi, Yamagata, and Fukushima.

Tochiotiotome Butter


Tochiotome butter

produced in Tochigi prefecture. The butter has a good balance between the firm sweetness of Tochiotome, moderate acidity, and the salty taste of butter. It is smooth and creamy. Available in Tochigi, Gunma, Ibaraki, Saitama, and Chiba.

Yamanashi Prefecture

's "White Peach

& White Peach Jam

" is made from 100% Yamanashi Prefecture's "white peaches and plums" grown in the rich soil and clear water, and is a luxurious jam with two kinds of pulpy texture and the original sweetness of the ingredients. Available in Yamanashi and Tokyo.

New Summer Orange

Marmalade from Shizuoka Prefecture

: New Summer oranges are actively cultivated in Higashi-Izu, Shizuoka Prefecture, which has a warm and sunny climate. The refreshing acidity and moderate sweetness of the marmalade are well utilized. Available in Shizuoka and Kanagawa.



from Nagano Prefecture: Blueberries grown in Oshika Village, Nagano Prefecture, at the foot of the Southern Alps, are used. This jam is full of fruitiness with an elegant sweetness in the midst of sourness. Available in Nagano and Niigata.


Persimmon Jam from Gifu Prefecture

. Furyu persimmons, the king of sweet persimmons, are stewed slowly to produce this


. You can taste its soft texture and sweetness. Handled in Gifu, Shiga, Toyama, Fukui, and Ishikawa.

Meyer lemon marmalade from


Prefecture: Meyer lemons from Mihama-cho, Minamimuro-gun, Mie Prefecture, which are designated as "Mie's safe food ingredients" by Mie Prefecture, are used. It is a fruity jam with a mild acidity that makes the most of the flavor of the ingredients. Handled in Aichi and Mie.

Wakayama Mikan Jam

: The pulp and juice of Wakayama mandarin oranges are used in abundance. It is characterized by its high sugar content and moderate acidity. You can feel the freshness of the fruit in this jam. Available in Wakayama, Osaka, Nara, Kyoto, and Hyogo.

Setouchi Lemon Marmalade produced in Hiroshima Prefecture

. 100% Setouchi lemon jam with a refreshing lemon aroma that fills the mouth. It is characterized by its refreshing acidity and bitterness of the peel. The perfect flavor for a refreshing morning. Available in Wakayama, Osaka, Nara, Kyoto, and Hyogo.

Ehime Kawachi Bunkan

& Shiranui Marmalade

Aromatic mixed marmalade made from the peel of Kawachi Bunkan and juice of


grown in Mucha-en-en-en-en, Ehime Prefecture, where citrus fruits are organically cultivated. Handled in Ehime, Kochi, Tokushima, and Kagawa.

Golden Kiwi Jam from Saga Prefecture

Adjusted sugar content to 50 degrees for a good balance of sweetness and acidity, and the pulp is cut into large pieces to enjoy the texture. This sweet and sour jam is made from 100% golden kiwi grown in Saga Prefecture, which is blessed with a mild climate and rich soil. Handled in Fukuoka, Saga, Nagasaki, Oita, Kumamoto, Miyazaki, Kagoshima, and Okinawa.

Served with each drink order from opening to 11:00 a.m. Morning breakfasts are available in four types from A to S (A: toast & boiled egg / B: toast & egg paste / C: toast & ogura-an / S: local jam).
* S is not spread with butter or margarine.
The sales will end as soon as they are gone due to limited quantities.
The timing of the end of sale differs depending on the store.
Local jams sold in each area are different.
Sales are limited and will end as soon as the jam is gone.