• Futaba Fruits Parlor

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  • White Veg-options
Fast food

Serves meat, vegan options available. Fruit dessert shop offering a menu of cakes, parfaits, and Japanese-style desserts some of which are vegan and other can be, such as pay extra to change dairy ice cream to soy ice cream. Serves some savory food with vegan items being taco rice, curry, and avocado sandwich. Food served till 8pm, drinks till 8:30pm. Open Mon-Sun 11:00am-9:00pm.

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5 Reviews

First Review by ReiAmber


Points +311

13 Feb 2023

Soooo yummy

Edit: Came back multiple times in Jan 2023 and it's still my fav parfait ever. Soooo good.

I’ve been here a few times now and I gotta say, their parfaits and vegan cakes are so good! But I also must warn, make sure to clearly ask for soy cream if you’re getting a parfait. The cakes are already vegan so I had one of those on my first time there, and then when I finished eating I ordered a parfait but forgot to ask for the soy ice cream (since I hadn’t had to for the cake), so me and my stomach got a shock when I realised after a couple of bites. I’ve had a curry here too and it was quite nice.

Updated from previous review on 2018-09-25

Pros: Awesome desserts, Cute cafe



Points +375

23 Feb 2020

Lots of vegan choices but no taste

I had the berry tiramisu and my husband got the fruits sandwich. We both though they had no taste. My tiramisu tasted just like whipped soy cream on some wet sponge... Not sweet or anything. The bright red powder on top has no taste despite the color. Maybe one of the sundae’s would have been better! For now, for me, wired bon bon is still number 1!

Pros: Vegan options , Spacious

Cons: No taste


Points +25

23 Feb 2020





デザートのアイスは 100円で豆乳アイスに変更できるそうです。



Points +3015

17 Jan 2019

obsessed with this place

This is a regular restaurant, not a health food restaurant. They do use white sugar and you won't find whole grains here.

They currently have three vegan dinner options- doria, taco rice, and a sandwich. I've tried the last two. I liked the taco rice the most. The sandwich is fine. I'd order both again without the soy mayonnaise, as I found it overpowering.

Where this place shines is the desserts. They currently have four full menu pages of desserts that are either vegan or can be made vegan for 100 jpy extra (to substitute regular ice cream for soy ice cream). They have huge parfaits, regular cakes, and Japanese-style desserts. I love the seasonal dekopon tart, the chocolate cake, the berry parfait, and the chocolate banana berry parfait.

You can add a drink (coffee, tea, or infused water bar) for a few hundred yen extra. I like the soymilk lattes.

I took my mom here who's not vegetarian and she said the desserts were better than non-vegan desserts.

I think it's a good place to take groups of people with different dietary requirements. Their concept is to be able to offer food for all. I believe they offer gluten-free items and can make pancakes gluten-free. They have a lot of seats as well.

Updated from previous review on 2019-01-17

Pros: massive amount of dessert selections, different dessert styles on offer, reasonably priced

Cons: not a totally vegetarian/vegan restaurant


Points +142

01 Sep 2018

Super Delicious Parfaits

I absolutely love this place! Comfortable and spacious restaurant located in Marui shopping building. There’s a fruits water bar that has different flavors everyday. The staff are very kind. I am obsessed with their parfaits! Replace the ice cream with soy ice cream for an additional charge. The vegan curry dish as well as the avocado tomato sandwich plate are both great as well. Definitely in my top 19 favorite vegan places in Tokyo.

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