Expressing the richness of a class above with fruits
Selling only the finest quality fruits in their best condition, Sembikiya Sohonpo has been a pioneer of “fruit culture” since the Edo period, after it was founded as a merchant for the shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu.
In 1868, Sembikiya Sohonpo opened the “Fruit Cafeteria”, which became the prototype for the current “Fruit Parlor.” Here you can easily enjoy western-style meals and desserts, as well as other high-quality items such as strawberry milk, shortcake, and fruit sandwiches that will surely captivate a Tokyoite’s heart.
Even now, the company continues to provide a premium experience that excites the mind by setting up the store with the theme of a “Fruit Museum.”
※Excepted from December 15th issue of “PEN”