Traditional Turkish pastry “baklava” has landed in Osaka for the first time! It’s on sale at Takashimaya Osaka for a limited time only!

The traditional Turkish pastry “baklava” from Nadir Gullu, a high-end long-established sweet shop in Istanbul, has landed in Osaka for the first time, opening at Takashimaya Osaka from April 6 (Wed) to April 19 (Tue), 2022, for a limited time only.

What is baklava, a traditional Turkish pastry?

The “baklava,” which landed in Osaka for the first time, is a traditional Turkish pastry that has been loved since the days of the Ottoman Empire. The thin pie crust is layered by hand and filled with pistachios, walnuts, and other nuts. It is baked with a sweet butter syrup, and has an elegant sweetness.

Nadir Gullu, an upscale, long-established sweets store loved by locals

Nadir Gullu, which is making its first appearance in Japan with the baklava, is a well-established brand that is said to be “unknown to everyone in Turkey. It is a rare treat with only one store in Istanbul, Turkey, but it is so famous that even the locals are captivated by it, saying, “Once you have tasted it, you will never forget it.

Pistachio and walnut “stuffed” pie

Takashimaya Osaka store will offer “baklava” baked in Istanbul, Turkey. Due to limited production, each menu item will be available in limited quantities.

The lineup includes two types of baklava, pistachio baklava and walnut baklava, which allow customers to enjoy the rich harmony of nuts and pie crust, and an assortment box “mixed baklava case” that allows customers to get two types of baklava at once.

Also available is the rolled baklava “Nadir Special”. This is a luxurious item with pistachios stuffed in between the pie crusts.


Nadir Gullu limited Store (Takashimaya Osaka)

【Sales Period】 April 6 (Wed) – 19 (Tue), 2022
【Location】 Takashimaya Osaka Store, Ground Floor, Special Western Confectionery Corner
【Address】 5-1-5 Namba, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka

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