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Uncle Rikuro’s Freshly Baked Cheesecake

A cheesecake that everyone in Osaka knows for its irresistible airy, and fluffy texture.

Cheesecake

Uncle Rikurou's freshly baked cheesecake" has been famous in the local market since 1984 for its fluffy texture and delicious taste. Since then, its reputation has spread nationwide, and it is now known as Osaka's famous confectionery.

The unique fluffy texture is created by using carefully selected ingredients such as richly flavored cream cheese directly imported from a traditional Danish factory, eggs under strict quality control, and freshly shipped milk. The sweet raisins on the bottom also add to the deliciousness.

Most of the stores have their kitchens and always sell freshly baked cheesecakes. So when the bell rings, it means newly baked cakes are ready. You can also watch the pastry chefs branding the cakes in front of you.

Make sure you keep the cake in a cool, dark place and eat it the day you bought it, or within three days if you keep it in the refrigerator. Although freshly baked cheesecake is our best choice, chilling it locks in the flavor and gives it a deeper taste. If you heat it in the microwave, you can enjoy the fluffy texture again, so it may be fun to try both ways.
Uncle Rikuro's Cheesecake is only available in Osaka, so don't miss it if you're visiting the area.

Highlights

  • The most popular product at Uncle Rikuro's store.
  • The soft and fluffy texture and the raisins on the bottom are the characteristics of this product.
  • The cheesecakes are always freshly baked.
  • Made with carefully selected cheese, eggs, and milk.
  • Only available in Osaka Prefecture, with some dine-in stores.

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  • Uncle Rikuro’s Freshly Baked Cheesecake

    Uncle Rikuro’s Freshly Baked Cheesecake

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Details

Product name in Japanese
りくろーおじさんの焼きたてチーズケーキ
Manufacturer
Rikuro Co., Ltd.
Price
765 yen
Sales Locations
JR Shin-Osaka Station, Osaka Itami Airport, and other locations in Osaka Prefecture
Official Website
Official Website (English)