These stunning desserts are only sold in Havaro, a store located in the Ichibangai shopping area in Tokyo Station, which are difficult to make and often sell out daily. The flowers suspending in gelatin are real flower petals. The name of the store, “Havaro” comes from the Japanese word for flower “hana” and the pronunciation of “Bavarois.”
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