Halal Baumkuchen In Japan
The characteristic rings that appear when the cake is sliced resemble tree rings, giving the cake its German name, Baumkuchen, which translates to "tree cake." It is a popular pastry in Japan, where it is called Baumkuchen "バウムクーヘン". Because of its distinctive ring shape, it is a popular wedding guest return gift in Japan.
Halal Baumkuchen is easily available at all the kiosks of JR East Stations in Eastern Japan, including Chiba, Tokyo, Kanagawa, Saitama, Ibaraki, Gunma, and Tochigi prefectures. You can locate all the stations found on the JR East lines in the country by using the JR Station Map.
Currently, the Halal Baumkuchen is available in three different shapes and sizes that you can purchase in kiosks at JR East Stations, some Halal food shops, or directly from the manufacturer:
Delivery from the manufacturer, Kenkoujuku Co., Ltd., takes about one week and the methods for payment are: cash on delivery or transfer through banks. You can place your order by phone or fill out the contact form on their website.
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