1. Collaboration with “Ore no French”: Custard Bavarois
In Kantou, stores with the title “ore no” (“my”) continue to be trendy, like “Ore no French,” “Ore no Yakitori,” “Ore no Italian,” etc.
This sweet snack was created by the head chef of “Ore no French.”
Spread out over a chocolate sponge cake is a suitable amount of bavarois that together releases a sweet aroma as you eat it.
The bittersweet caramel sauce gives it a rather adult-like flavor.
Sold at Circle K and Sunkus for 290 yen.
2. Uchi Cafe Sweets Premium Amaou Strawberry Roll Cake
One of Uchi Cafe Sweets’ seasonal items.
They use the luxurious Amaou strawberries in this pastry.
The sweetness of the whipped cream and acidity of the strawberry makes this a perfect match.
The sponge cake is sweet, and there is plenty of cream, so please eat this with a spoon.
Sold at Lawson for 230 yen.
3. Cold Stone Glamorous Cheesecake Fantasy Box
These ice creams are cheesecake flavored.
Strawberries and blueberries are abundantly used, leading to a luxurious feeling.
Crispy pie pieces are also used, so it’s rather close to the famous store’s original taste.
It’s an easy way to enjoy Cold Stone at home.
Sold at Seven Eleven for 378 yen.
4. Uchi Cafe Sweets Pancake
Right now, Japan is in the middle of a pancake craze.
You can take these pancakes home and heat them up in the microwave until they’re steaming hot and fluffy.
There is maple syrup already on the pancakes, so after you heat it up, you can decorate it with the cool whipped cream that comes with it and eat it that way.
You can easily enjoy this pancake at home even though it looks and taste like you went to a trendy cafe.
Sold at Lawson for 350 yen.
5. Chocolate and Strawberry Parfait
This parfait is so full of strawberries it’s evident with just one glance at the cup.
The slight bitterness of the cocoa flavored sponge cake combined with the whipped cream and the strawberries creates a wonderful taste.
This is meant for people who don’t like things that re too sweet.
Sold at Seven Eleven for 300 yen.