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Miki Fruits Cafe

Miki Fruits Cafe

If you're in Osaka and want to enjoy an extravagant parfait with plenty of peaches, I recommend Miki Fruits Cafe!


“I want to eat a delicious peach-filled parfait with lots of peaches!”

This wish of mine was fulfilled by Miki Fruits Cafe, in Kitahorie, Nishi Ward, Osaka.


In the back of this store, which also sells fruit, there is a dine-in area where you can eat fresh fruit parfaits.


Looking through the menu, there were many varieties of parfaits, including fig and surprise fruit parfaits, but the words “seasonal peach” would not leave my mind.

This time, I had the seasonal peach parfait (1,500 Yen).


I was SO excited for this mountain of very fragrant peaches, cut and assembled to-order!!

For a peach lover like me, this is an irresistible sight.


The peaches, cut into good-sized chunks, were super juicy.

The sweetness was milder than I had imagined, but the fragrant flavor of the peach fills your entire mouth.


If you keep eating, ice cream appears inside.

When you take a big bite of both at the same time, the rich sweetness mingles with the delicious peach flavor, creating a blissful harmony.


In that moment I was blown away by this parfait, which peach lovers will not be able to resist.


Looking around the store, I saw many autographs from celebrities and TV announcers.

That day, customers were coming into the store one after the other, and the sight of mostly everyone eating parfaits was especially memorable.

Next time, I’d like to try the surprise fruit parfait.

・For fruit lovers
・For those in Osaka searching for a parfait topped with lots of fruit
・For those not satisfied by a regular parfait

I recommend Miki Fruits Cafe.


store Miki Fruits Cafe
tel 06-6532-5490
address Azirukitahorie, 2-2-12, Kitahorie, Nishi-ku Osaka-shi, Osaka,
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transport Subway Nagahori Tsurumiryokuchisen Nishiohashi Station 2 minutes walk
opening hours 11:30~20:00
holiday Wednesday



A sweets reporter who has visited over 500 sweets shops mainly in Osaka, and eaten over 3,000 types of sweets. Greatly popular blog with over 25,000 daily views, "Sweets Reporter Chihiro's Yummy Sweets Ranking", has daily updates about the sweets he eats. Periodically organizes events that connect sweets shops and sweets fans, and daily reports the appeal of sweets.