Café COMSA "Setsubun no Mille Crepe - Colorful Fruits
Mille Crepe -" Mille Crepe DayLimited Café COMSA will sell "Setsubun no Mille Crepe - Colorful Fruits Mille Crepe -" on "Mi (3) Crepe Day" for a limited time only on February 3 (Fri.). The "Setsubun Mille Crepe - Colored Fruit Mille Crepe -" will be on sale on February 3 (Friday) only. The price is 1,300 yen per piece (tax included).
Setsubun Mille Crepe -
Mille Crepe with Colored Fruits - Cafe COMSA has designated the third day of every month as "Mille Crepe Day," and has been offering Mille Crepe with lots of fruits. In February, a Setsubun mille crepe decorated with oni (a Japanese mussel) will be available.
Mille Crepe is a sweet consisting of several layers of crepes with cream or fruit sandwiched in between. It is a French word meaning "a thousand crepes."
Setsubun is the day before Risshun, the first day of spring, which separates the winter and spring seasons. Setsubun is the day before the first day of spring, which separates the winter and spring seasons. It is said to be the birth of evil spirits, and events are held in many places to get rid of them. Cafe COMSA will be offering a colorful and glamorous mille crepe that can be enjoyed by everyone, wishing for good health for families and children.
This gorgeous mille crepe is inspired by Setsubun, and is filled with fruit sandwiches. Colorful fruits such as strawberries, mangoes, and kiwis are decorated with chocolate cream.
Prices and designs are subject to change depending on the availability of fruits.