Ikea Japan’s Matcha Sweets Fair is back with 5 green tea desserts

Ikea Japan’s annual Matcha Sweets Fair is back and this year you can enjoy a range of desserts and sweets made with the umami-rich green tea powder. The limited-time menu offers traditional Japanese desserts as well as a matcha-infused afternoon tea set. It’s available now until Sunday May 26 at Ikea stores across Japan, including the city locations in Shibuya, Harajuku and Shinjuku (although the menus at these three outlets differ).

Love all things matcha? Here’s what you can expect from this year’s Matcha Sweets Fair at Ikea. 

Photo: Ikea Japan

These matcha pancakes (¥790) are served with a refreshing matcha sauce as well as a dollop of milk-based cream and sweet red bean paste.

Ikea Japan’s Matcha Sweets Fair is back with 5 green tea desserts
Photo: Ikea Japan

This matcha afternoon tea set (¥590) includes a matcha gateau chocolate, matcha mizu yokan and matcha mont blanc. When ordering the tea set, you’ll also get your choice of coffee or tea from the drink bar.

Ikea matcha fair
Photo: Ikea Japan

The matcha tiramisu (¥490) features layers of whipped cream sandwiched between matcha-flavoured sponge cake and tiramisu cream. Unfortunately, this item is not available in the city stores (Shibuya, Harajuku and Shinjuku).

Ikea matcha fair
Photo: Ikea Japan

This smooth matcha pudding (¥290) is topped with whipped cream and azuki beans for a simple yet satisfying dessert.

Ikea matcha fair
Photo: Ikea Japan

Last but not least, the matcha sundae (¥250) comes complete with an ice cream cone and a slice of matcha gateau chocolate.

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This article was originally published on April 27 2022 and updated on April 1 2024.

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