Bánh in ("print cake" "seal cake") is a Vietnamese cake from the Huế area given at Tết, Lunar New Year. The cakes are often stamped with an auspicious Sino-Vietnamese character such as "Tho" for long life.[1]


  1. ^ Hue continues to make its special Banh in cakes "For hundreds of years, the village of Kim Long, located in the ward of the same name, has been famous for its cakes, which are molded with the word “tho”, or longevity. At present day, around 30 families keep up the ancient cake making tradition."