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Juchheim Cafe/Sweets (65)67331556 391 Orchard Road Singapore 238873 Singapore Takashimaya B2 205 3-1 Orchard 10:00 am-9:30 pm 1 on J Passport, premium Japanese services and products in Singapore



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Baumkuchen (literally meaning “tree cake”) is a traditional German cake made through a tedious process by a Meister starting from making the fragrant batter based on the authentic Juccheim recipe and painstakingly creating the cake layer by layer on a rotating spit before finally baking it to perfection. Since inception, Juchhiem only uses the very best and freshest ingredients without the use of additives, emulsifiers or baking powder, adhering to Karl and Elise Juchheim’s belief that “What is good for the body tastes good”. Be captivated by our confectionery baked fresh every day at Takashimaya!



391 Orchard Road Singapore 238873 Singapore Takashimaya B2 205 3-1 Tel:


10:00 am-9:30 pm


4 Days Sale from Juchheim! Not to be missed!
Note down these dates 12, 13, 14 & 15 October!
Why not buy a Baumkuchen as a birthday cake this month for a change? Or you can always buy a set of Bau Bau Bar as a gift!

Highly Popular: BAU BAU BAR!

Based on the theme of "Baumkuchen for everybody", Bau Bau Bar is a lollipop-style Baumkuchen coated with chocolate/white chocolate with topping on top, which can be enjoyed from children to adults.

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*Not Valid for Bau Bau Bar.
*Not Valid with any on-going promotion or discount.

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Taste Juchheim's cakes, freshly baked in-store!

Using the original Juchheim batter recipe without the use of additive, emulsifiers or baking powder, each cake is painstakingly created layer by layer on a rotating spit and finally baked to perfection.

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391 Orchard Road
#B2-05-03 Takashimaya Food Hall

Singapore 238873

Tel: (+65) 6733-1556

Opening Daily : 10am – 9.30pm

The Japanese who tasted his Baumkuchen were blown away by the deliciousness of the cake. Karl and his wife Elise opened a pastry shop and soon it became very popular and spread throughout Japan for more than 100 years today!

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Collect 1 STAMP to get FREE COOKIE
Collect 5 STAMPS to get FREE BAUMKUCHEN (U.P. $9.8)
Collect 10 STAMPS to get FREE BAUMKUCHEN (U.P. $14.9)

1 Stamp every $15 spent (max 2 stamps per visit)

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