CLUB HARIE “Dry Baum”
A crispy confectionary made by slicing and baking Baumkuchen, a signature product of CLUB HARIE.
“CLUB HARIE” is a Western-style confectionery specialty store opened by “Taneya,” a long-established Japanese sweets business established in Omi Hachiman, Shiga Prefecture, in 1872. CLUB HARIE is known for its Baumkuchen, and one of its most popular products is the “Dry Baum.” It is made by carefully baking each layer of Baumkuchen, slicing it thinly, covering the surface with sweet fondant, and baking it crisply in the oven.
“Dry Baum” is available in packs of 3 to 81 pieces and lasts for 20 days, making them a great souvenir. You can purchase them at “La Collina Omihachiman” in Omihachiman City, where the company was founded, other “CLUB HARIE” stores, as well as at “B-studio,” a Baumkuchen specialty store located in Tokyo, Yokohama, Nagoya, Osaka, and Fukuoka.
"Dry Baum" is a confection made by slicing and baking Baumkuchen, a signature product of "CLUB HARIE."
It is a delicious dessert with a crispy texture.
It is also popular as a gift.
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- Product name in Japanese
- CLUB HARIE
- 3 pcs: 411 yen, 6pcs: 756 yen, 9 pcs: 1,113 yen, 24 pcs: 2,808 yen, 36 pcs: 4,158 yen, 54 pcs: 6,264 yen, 81 pcs: 9,396 yen
- Available Locations
- CLUB HARIE stores throughout Japan, etc.
- Official Website
- Official Website (Japanese)