Nenrinya Ginza: Tokyo 2017
Our first exposure to baumkuchen was earlier on our Japan trip when we came across Kyo-Baum in Kyoto. This German cake, which is made on a rotating spit, had us so enamoured that we specifically went looking for baumkuchen when we were in Tokyo.
Nenrinya is a popular store that sells baumkuchen and you can see the spinning pastry in their window. We decided to grab a box of their assorted Mount Baumkuchen (2646円) to bring home with us. Not exactly cheap but I love all of the thin layers in this cake.
You can also find these at the airport before you fly home.
Tōkyō-to, Chūō-ku, Ginza, 5-6-15
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Posted on February 12, 2018, in Bakery, Desserts, German, Japanese, Restaurant Review and tagged Bakery, Baumkuchen, Desserts, Food, German, Ginza, Japan, Japanese, restaurant review, Tokyo. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.