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Botamochi (牡丹餅)Botamochi is a popular snack and dessert in Japan and locals often served them at tea ceremonies and other special occasions. You can also find them in many Japanese confectionery shops, as well as in supermarkets and convenience stores....
Shingen mochi (信玄餅)If you adore learning about various cultures and experiencing new foods, Shingen mochi is a traditional Japanese sweet that you should absolutely try. Shingen mochi has a soft, chewy texture and a sweet, nutty flavor that is unlike anyth...
Akafuku (赤福)【What is Akafuku?】 Akafuku Mochi (赤福餅) is a Japanese sweets product from Akafuku, a Japanese sweets shop in Ise City, Mie Prefecture. It is a rice cake confectionery and is a kind of so-called ankoro mochi. The rice cake is made by ...
Kusa mochi (草餅)【What is Kusa mochi?】 Kusa mochi (草餅) is one of the Japanese sweets also known as "kusamochi or yomogi mochi (蓬餅)." Locals made it using mochi and yomogi (known as Japanese mugwort) leaves. In fact, this Kusa Mochi is the Yomogi ...
Mochi (餅)【Introduction to Mochi】 When it comes to traditional Japanese desserts, Mochi is always the answer. This traditional dessert is famous for “rice cake,” enjoy by locals in Japan for centuries. Mochi or Japanese rice cake is made by stea...
Zunda Mochi (ずんだ 餅)【Introduction to Zunda Mochi】 Zunda Mochi is a traditional Japanese sweet in the Tohoku region, Miyagi prefecture. It is a mochi confectionary and is one of the "three major Sendai specialties." Zunda Mochi uses edamame, a Japanese nam...