Japanese professional tennis player Kimiko Date-Krumm poses Tuesday during a press preview of her bakery "Frau Krumm" in Tokyo's Ebisu area. The store, set for a grand opening on Thursday, will sell traditional German bread, including pretzels, stangen, croissants and the bakery's original "Krummbrot" made of 100% organic German rye. Date-Krumm said that the opening of the store is a "dream come true" for her, after being fond of her German husband's culture of having freshly baked bread and coffee for breakfast for many years. Following the opening of the Ebisu store, the 45-year-old -- who says she hasn't retired from tennis yet -- plans to expand the bakery to other areas in Tokyo as well, hoping to promote the European culture "of buying bread early in the morning on the way to work." For more information, visit http://www.fraukrumm.com/© Japan Today
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