Updated: November 07, 2018
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The Best Chocomint Desserts In Japan!

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Chocolate and mint desserts have taken Japan by storm in recent years as the best way to cool down during the sweltering hot summer. Here are the best things to try!

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Chocomint Pancake

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This cafe in Roppongi has the most tempting chocolate and mint dessert you can possibly imagine. People rave about their super fluffy pancake dessert. The two layers of pancakes are filled with mint whipped cream and ice cream and it has crunchy cookie bits as a topping. Just when you thought it couldn't get any better, it does with the liqueur mint syrup that you can pour on it to give it a different twist. The ¥1,700 pancake is only available until the end of June, but you can be almost sure that it'll be back next summer.

Kakigori (Shaved Ice)

Kakigori Kissa Bampaku かき氷喫茶 バンパク

Keep your eyes open for chocolate and mint flavoured kakigori. The shaved ice refreshing properties are quadrupled with the addition of the mint syrup. For the supreme refreshing summer dessert, you might want to try this one at Kakigori Kissa Bampaku, a traditional cafe, near the Sangen-Jaya station.

Chocomint Cheese Tart

Pablo

Pablo is a very popular bakery in Japan that specializes in cheese tart. As a summer special of 2018, Pablo has released a special chocomint tart that you can have at its various locations that have the mini tarts. In Tokyo, the Akihabara location is selling them.

Chocomint Crepe

Marion Crepe

If you are going to Harajuku on a hot summer day and planning to have one of the district's most popular dessert, the Harajuku crepe, why not have it with some chocomint filling? The summer treat is extremely popular at Marion Crepe located on Takeshita Street.

Chocomint Frappé

Cafe de Crié

Another cold, super refreshing dessert is this chocomint frappé available at de chain cafe Café de Crié which has many locations throughout Japan. The fappe has a mountain of mint whipped cream topping. You can have it regular or extra minty.

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