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Kimiko Date-Krumm Opens German Bakery in Tokyo


Kimiko Date-Krumm is known for serving up a few bagels, sets that is, on the tennis court.  Now the Japanese star is serving up something new in her country.

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“Frau Krumm” is a new German bakery opened by Date-Krumm in Tokyo’s Ebisu area.

Per Japan Today, the new bakery will sell traditional German bread and baked goods.

“It’s a dream come true,” Date-Krumm said about the new venture that was inspired by her German husband, race car driver Michael Krumm.


Date-Krumm enjoyed the European tradtiion of having fresh baked goods and coffee for breakfast for many years and wanted to bring that experience to Japan.

The 45-year-old former top 10 player, who last competed at this year's Australian Open, is not officially retired from tennis yet, but hopes to open more bakeries across Tokyo.

Date-Krumm won eight WTA titles and is the second oldest player ever to win a WTA title when she won Seoul in 2009.

To learn more, visit www.fraukrumm.com

Photo Credit: Alexandra Homma


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