Häagen-Dazs has launched a new traditional Japanese sweets cafe in the high-class Ginza district of downtown Tokyo. The activation is headed by the American brand and is completed in collaboration with the Sukibayashi Sabo cafe.
The 'Häagen-Dazs Sabo' will delight consumers with a plethora of hybrid dessert options that take cues from Japanese tradition and Häagen-Dazs ice cream. The menu includes a total of eight mouth-watering creations. This includes shiratama zenzai, mochi dumplings with sweet beans and green tea ice cream, black sesame galette wafers, mascarpone mousse, dorayaki with sweet beans, vanilla ice cream and brown sugar. The final item is the ichigo soup which boasts sake lees and non-alcoholic sweet amazake with strawberry purre and ice cream.
The Japanese sweets cafe is expected to be open starting April 18th through May 6th.
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