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Monchen Gladbach

German sounding donuts!

Got this as a pasalubong from a cousin who just came from Japan.

This is not the usual donut with a hole. In fact, it greatly resembles an eclair with ridges. If I am not mistaken, this is a Japanese brand that doesn't sound Japan-ish! The pastry shop also serves cakes and other yummy goodies.

At first bite- heaven came to mind.











website: http://www.edelweiss.co.jp/monchengladbach-japan/index_top.html

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