Do you take a tea/coffee break in the afternoon? Since moving to Japan, I notice that I do almost everyday.
Grob Ofen is a tiny shop located near the Hankyu Sakurai station. They specialize in German sweets. In the past, I've bought their delicious stollen.
The other day, I walked up to buy some cakes for tea time.
Bayerdere: an earl grey mousse and a ginger mousse separated by walnut cake. The earl grey flavor and ginger flavors are very light but delicious and not too sweet. (368 yen about US$3.68)
Noisettine: a rich ganache tops a chocolate mousse filled with dried fruits and nuts and a dark chocolate brownie filled with nuts on the bottom. A must for chocoholics! (380 yen about US$3.80)
Hate to end this post on a bad note, but yesterday while I was on the computer, I noticed something shiny behind the curtain. I thought that it may be condensation from the window, so I pulled back the curtain to find this. A huge crack! I freaked. I don't think "someone" did it. (I'm crossing my fingers that no one did.) No sign of impact either. Anyway, I called the building management and am waiting for them to come take a look at it. The lady in the office told me to put some tape on it, so that is what I did, I think she thinks the crack was a tiny thing...hopefully they can fix this soon.
UPDATE: management guy called back, said no sense he come take a look at it. will call a glass door company for me and have them take a look and also replace the door...cross your fingers this happens soon, still freaking out.