The Grand Canoulet & Peach Parfait is now available in an upgraded version from the freshly baked canoulet specialist.


The Grand Cannelle & Peach Parfait will be available at KURAMAE CANNELÉ CAFE, a shop specialising in freshly baked cannelle, from 5 July 2024 (Friday) for the summer season only.

The peach parfait, which was very popular last year, has been upgraded.

This year’s Grand Cannoulet & Peach Parfait has been upgraded to a parfait with a gorgeous, fragrant elderflower ice cream to go even better with CANNELÉ CAFE’s special Grand Cannoulet and a refreshing peach. Please enjoy this special summer-only parfait at Kuramae.

'Grand Cannoulet & Peach Parfait' Overview.

Period: Scheduled from Friday 5 July to end of September 2024.
Price: Grand Canelé & Peach Parfait Set
1,850 yen (including tax)

*There is a limited number of tickets available and they will be closed once they are gone. Please check in advance.



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