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Gomaya Kuki Is Now Serving Gorgeous Parfaits And Bubble Tea! [PR]


Famous for its super-rich sesame ice cream, Gomaya Kuki in the Harajuku-Omotesando area now serves some deluxe Japanese-style parfaits and sesame bubble tea made from 6,000 seeds.

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New menu items at Gomaya Kuki

From May 18, 2019, Gomaya Kuki is introducing two new menu items: a bubble tea and a Japanese style parfait. Both contain, of course, the shops signature super-rich sesame ice cream.

Gomaya Kuki is located at a 3-minute walk from the Meiji Jingu station in the Omotesando-Harajuku area.

6,000 sesame seeds in one super-rich bubble tea!

Black Sesame Bubble Tea (¥650)
With Japanese people showing so much love to bubble teas in recent months, it shouldn't come as a surprise that Gomaya Kuki is coming up with its own version of the drink. Packed with the natural, nutty taste and fragrance of the 6,000 sesame seeds it contains, it is sweetened just right with "kuro mitsu" (brown sugar syrup used in traditional sweets).

Creative irresistible parfaits

Leaf Jelly Parfait (¥1,000)
Have you heard of leaf jelly or grass jelly? It's a kind of Taiwanese dessert made from the platostoma palustre plant. The jelly is mildly bitter, but many people really like it. You can try leaf jelly in this parfait, which also includes some traditional Japanese ingredients like adzuki sweet beans, brown sugar syrup, and "warabi mochi" (dumpling made from sweet potato starch). You also get two scoops of sesame ice cream (one black, one white) and some whipped cream.
Matcha green tea lovers, this is your parfait! Along with the adzuki sweet beans and the warabi mochi balls, it has some big chunks of soft matcha pudding inside, and the whipped cream topping is sprinkled with matcha powder. The slight bitterness of the matcha goes really well with the rich sweet taste of the sesame ice cream and the rest of the Japanese ingredients.

You can always stick with the classics...

You won't go wrong with the classic two scoops of sesame ice cream (¥500). You can choose either white or black sesame with three different levels of richness (standard, rich, or super-rich). Sprinkle sesame seeds on top and add a special kind of sesame oil for an even more intense sesame flavor.


Next time you're wandering in the hip Harajuku-Omotesando area, make sure to visit Gomaya Kuki for some really delectable and unique parfaits, sesame bubble tea, or two just scoops of their famous, rich sesame ice cream. They have a few places inside the shop where you can sit and eat, but many people prefer to take their cold treat on the go.
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