Nostalgic and ‘new’. Showa cold drinks fair with a retro theme.


From Saturday 1 June to Saturday 31 August 2024, Dessert Café Chorakukan will offer a Showa-era retro-themed menu of classic drinks from the café with a new, appealing flavour.

Mango mixed juice

A thick textured mixed juice with a mango base, decorated with yellow peaches, pineapple, muscat and grosseilles.


The ice cream in Chorakukan coffee floats is not the standard vanilla ice cream, but black bean kinako ice cream. The nostalgic sweetness and savouriness of kinako enhances the flavour of the original iced coffee blend.

melon cream soda

Cream soda with a seductive detail is a drink born in Japan. Light green soda water with a burst of carbonation and added melon juice is lavishly finished with milky vanilla ice cream, smooth cream and fresh local melon pulp.

White peach mixed juice

A white peach sherbet with aloe and lychee. It has a delightfully crisp texture and a refreshing, fruity taste with the sweetness of peaches.

lemon squash

Homemade syrup made from local lemon juice is mixed with soda water and gently garnished with bubbles of carbonated syrup created by espuma. The melting bubbles and light scent of cinnamon evoke the summers of the Showa era.


Period: Saturday 1 June – Saturday 31 August 2024
Hours: 11:00-18:30 (18:00L.O.)

*Prices are inclusive of tax. A 10% service charge will be added.
Serving times are subject to change without notice based on availability of ingredients.
No reservations are accepted for the menu. Please note that the menu is available in limited quantities each day and we apologise for any shortages.



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