Aomori Chestnut Baumkuchen with Rice Flour

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Aomori Chestnut Baumkuchen with Rice Flour

1,480.00

Chestnuts have been eaten in Aomori for at least 5,000 years, made evident by archaeological remains at the Jomon-era Sannai Maruyama site. The layers of this chestnut baumkuchen resemble tree rings that connect the past with the present using only the finest Aomori chestnuts, which still dot the landscape today. The chestnuts are pleasantly aromatic and the dough has a moist, spongy texture typical of Japanese rice flour. Also enjoy lightly toasted.

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