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A parfait is a sweet that appeals to all five senses: beauty of appearance, aroma, taste, texture, and sound! With plenty of cold ice cream, the taste and aroma of freshly cut fruit, and the discovery of the ingredients hidden inside, the parfait that you can enjoy every time you eat it is the ultimate reward. Pick up items that use plenty of seasonal fruits and matcha-flavoured gems! Don't miss Kyoto's recommended parfait.
Bean-to-bar and raw chocolate specialty store [COCO KYOTO main store]. The chocolate parfait, which is limited to the main store, is a special gem that uses chocolate for all 11 types of ingredients, such as bean-to-bar chocolate ice cream, cacao sorbet, and cacao tea jelly. Enjoy a luxurious parfait that can only be found at a chocolate specialty store.
At [Night Parfait Specialty Store NORD°], you can enjoy a parfait made with freshly squeezed milk gelato from Tokachi Ranch in Hokkaido. The blueberry rare cheese parfait uses three types of gelato, including haskap, rare cheese cream, blueberry compote, and white wine jelly. A refreshing parfait for adults that is perfect for closing the night.
A long-established fruit specialty store founded in 1948, where you can enjoy parfaits made with high-quality fruits. The elegant rose parfait has been a long-selling parfait since the café was founded, and is currently offered only at the Shimogamo branch. Please look forward to seasonal parfaits such as cherries, mangoes, and figs that will appear after June.
Mint gelato made with natural herbs, coffee, bitter chocolate, and pistachio. The gelato parfait, which has a strange combination that changes depending on the season, is always available in 10 to 13 varieties, as the owner himself visits the producers and carefully examines the ingredients. You can also enjoy the seasonal parfait with wine.
A cream puff specialty store produced by [Ishida Long-established], which has been supporting the baked confectionery culture of Kyoto for over 140 years. In the custard-colored sofa, you can enjoy a parfait topped with a whole cream puff in addition to about 20 kinds of various shoe sweets. Surprisingly, it has a refreshing taste, and it seems that you can finish it with pelori.
Blueberry parfait appears only in summer. The blueberry and white wine jelly expresses the glittering feeling of summer, and the sour crème d'anjou is used instead of fresh cream in a normal parfait for a refreshing finish. Gently scoop and taste the freshly squeezed fluffy Mont Blanc.
A Japanese confectionery shop founded in 1864 sells Japanese and Western sweets such as daifuku and cakes, and also provides a cafe space where you can enjoy lunch and sweets. The fruit parfait, which changes with the seasons, is especially popular. Enjoy a luxurious parfait with a whole seasonal peach paired with a slightly sour peach sauce.
A long-established Japanese confectionery shop [Sasaya Iori] boasts a matcha parfait with sweetened Tamba black soybeans, rice flour dumplings, matcha ice cream and jelly. The matcha used in the ice cream and jelly is changed, and it is calculated so that the taste will be completed in your mouth when you eat it.
[Kissho Karyo] has its main store in Gion. For a limited time only, the summer love pink parfait is made by layering sweet, ripe, fresh peaches into a compote and layering raspberry and yogurt mousse. Chilled jelly is the accent. If you like the peach sauce that comes with it.
[Kiyomizu Ippouen Cafe Kyoto Main Store] is famous for its elaborate tea sweets. The specialty Shimizu matcha parfait, which has been revived for the first time in about four years, is a rich sweet made with Uji matcha espuma, which can only be made from 500g of Uji matcha per day from a single tea mill, and homemade thick tea syrup. The espuma parfait, which melts in your mouth, has a double structure of espuma and soft serve ice cream! Sweets that match sweetened Japanese chestnuts with the elegant taste of matcha are unique to a tea specialty store.
Fruit Parlor [Cricket] is popular for desserts made with fresh fruits that can only be found at a fruit and vegetable wholesale store, including the famous jelly that can be tasted inside the store. The long-selling fruit parfait has 7 kinds of seasonal fruits such as mango and melon! It's packed to the brim.
Muge Sanbo Salon de Muge is a Japanese sweets shop attached to Kikunoi. You can casually enjoy authentic Japanese cuisine while gazing at the beautifully maintained moss garden. The matcha parfait topped with homemade sponge cake and other ingredients uses about four times as much matcha as the amount used.
[Usagi no Nedoko Cafe] is located in a corner of a Kyomachiya townhouse where shops, galleries, and lodging facilities are gathered. The crystal parfait that looks like it has been scooped out of the stratum is refreshing with cut mango and cream cheese ice cream, grapefruit and thyme honey marinade.
A book cafe [Cafe 1001] is a renovated weaving workshop from the Meiji period. When the owner devised a parfait full of chocolate mint, which he likes, it became a sacred place visited by chocolate mint fans from all over the country. The chocolate mint parfait, accented with mint jelly and gateau chocolate, will captivate the chocolate min party.
Inside the [Kitano Labo] store, you can find confitures and syrups made with fruit and tea beautifully arranged on the wall. The strawberry parfait is a combination of strawberry syrup, strawberry and raspberry confiture, and you can enjoy sweet and sour strawberries to your heart's content.
[DORUMIRU.yasakanotou] is a parfait specialty store that has become a hot topic for its artistic looks and delicious taste. Mr. Kitagawa, a patissier, creates parfaits that are as beautiful as a decorated cake, and you can enjoy different textures and flavors with each bite. The burnt caramel banana and hojicha parfait is a perfect match with the refined sweetness of the hojicha ice cream and the caramelized banana.