The delicate and delicious-looking treats from Tokyo are called Havaro's Bavarian cream desserts, which also double as a casing for the eatable flowers contained inside. Each flower is visible through the clear or lightly colored gelatin case that looks like jell-o. The floral-inspired, beautifully creamy deserts are sold in a Tokyo bakery called Havaro's.
There are two types of Bavarian cream products that hold an eatable flower. The biggest dessert is called a bouquet that comes in the form of a bundt cake containing multiple flowers. The smaller desserts are bite-sized cubes and contain a single flower or specific arrangement of pedals. These bite-sized desserts can be sold as a single treat or in packs of eight.
Havaro's bakery sells many different flavors and types of Bavarian desserts which include orange, cream cheese, strawberry, vanilla yogurt, chocolate, and matcha green tea.