Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit Tokyo: Tokyo Banana's Baum Brulee




May 10, 2017

Visit Tokyo: Tokyo Banana's Baum Brulee

Tokyo Banana is a very popular shop to pick up omiyage that can only be found in Japan.

The soft, banana-shaped sponge cakes are filled with a variety of flavors, such as caramel, banana, and maple.  
Raisin Sandwich Cookies
They also sell other types of treats, such as brownies, cookies, and strawberry cake.

Ginza Sweets Heart Tree Langue de Chat Strawberry Cookie
Although I enjoy whenever I get Tokyo Banana products as gifts, I wasn't planning on buying anything for myself .

But as we walked past a long line at Tokyo Banana at Tokyo Station, I noticed a huge sign for Baum Brulee.  I don't eat a lot of creme brulee, but if I do, the part I like best is the crispy, caramelized sugar coating.

And the baum brulee was just covered in that scrumptious layer!

Baum Brulee
It's served cold and must be refrigerated within 2 to 3 hours.  The nice lady at the shop gave us an ice pack since we were going to do more shopping at Tokyo Station.

A couple of hours later, we found a spot to eat the Baum Brulee.

Baum Brulee
It was heavenly!

I couldn't get enough of the pillowy-soft multi-layered baumkuchen with a slight banana flavor and that tantalizing caramelized sugar topping.

I ate two pieces, one right after the other.  Even my kids ate two (smaller) pieces each - it was so good!  I wish I had some Baum Brulee right now!

Note: The Baum Brulee, like some of Tokyo Banana's other products, is seasonal, and it's not offered at all locations (there are several Tokyo Banana outlets at Tokyo Station - we visited the one near the South Marunouchi South Gate).

Tokyo Banana
Tokyo Station
Marunouchi South Gae

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