For a cake the Germans call "the king of cakes" and the Japanese call "the ultimate wedding cake," the Baumkuchen doesn't really look like a cake or behave like one.
Baumkuchen is a German variety of spit cake. It is a traditional pastry in many countries throughout Europe and is also a popular snack and dessert in Japan.
The characteristic rings that appear when sliced resemble tree rings, and give the cake its German name, Baumkuchen, which translates to "tree cake".
Baumkuchen is one of the most popular pastries in Japan, where it is called Baumukūhen "バウムクーヘン". It is also a popular return present in Japan for wedding guests because of its typical ring shape.
Currently, the Halal Baumkuchen is available in three different shapes and sizes that you can purchase in kiosks of JR East Stations, many Halal food shops all over Japan or directly purchase from the manufacturer.
Delivery from manufacturer takes about one week and methods for payment are: Cash on delivery or transfer through banks.
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