Yotsuya-Sanchome have a good fruits cafe serving seasonal fruits parfait
Now, I’m suffering from annual ragweed pollen 🙁
My eyes are so itchy. I have a sore throat. My nose tickle.
But, I suffer most is that it dull my taste 🙁
Though I want to eat something good.
My friend told me about the teahouse, Fukunaga Fruits Parlor.
“Fruit parlor” is a Japanese-English word. It means a teahouse managed by fruit store.
So, visitors can eat perfaits, sandwiches, and so forth with fresh fruits in the teahouse.
I decided to go to the teahouse. But because of hay fever, I had to put off.
But today, finally, I visited the teahouse. Today, I was in good shape just a little.
To tell the truth, I wanted to go here with my friends, but I went to there by myself for fear that I should be in a bad temper :P.
The symptoms of hay fever really torment me 🙁
Well, fruit shop is on the ground floor.
“Fruit parlor” is 2nd floor.
Going upstairs, I was met by fruits in refrigerator 🙂
I heard that the teahouse is very popular among people who loves fruits, so there is a long line along the stairs on Saturdays.
But today, there wasn’t a line. And there were some vacant seats 🙂 How lucky I was!
Grape parfait was started to sell last week.
Speaking of grape, it is a fall flavor !
Of course, I ordered it !
Grape parfait (葡萄のパフェ, 950 yen)
It is good amount for me.I can’t eat too much.
It was used six kinds of grape.
New Gorby(ニューゴルビー), Nagano purple(ナガノパープル), Shine muscat(シャインマスカット),Pione(ピオーネ), MuscatBaileyA(ベリーA), Campbell(キャンベル)
Each kinds of grape were good 🙂 These were fresh and sweet. I ate these grapes with each skin.
There was a grape sorbet in the middle of the perfait. It had a thick grape taste, and it was sour a little.
I didn’t like grapes so much. When I went to Uzbekistan last year, I learned to like grapes just a little.
And today, I learned to like grapes more 😀
About Fukunaga Fruits Parlor (フクナガフルーツパーラー)
Address / F-Bldg. 2F, 3-4 Yotsuya, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Station / Yotsuya-sanchome station (Tokyo metro)
Open / 11:30 – 20:00
Wednesdays / 15:00 – 20:00
Saturdays / 11:30 – 18:00
Closed / Sundays and another national holidays
Twitter / @fruits_fukunaga