Akasaka mochi is a type of Japanese wagashi made from sticky rice, with walnuts and brown sugar. Produced by maker who has been honing their craft for over 100 years, it is undeniably one of the best wagashi shops in Tokyo. Our Akasaka mochi comes in elegant packaging, which makes it a perfect mochi dessert to be given as gifts. This "Akasaka mochi" was loved by Steve Jobs, who was a founder of Apple.
What is Wagashi?
It is a traditional Japanese confectionery using only the best quality ingredients with the same amount of attention given to the presentation. That is why wagashi has made it to the 'Top items to get in Japan' list for many tourists.
What is Mochi and what does 'Mochi Mochi' mean?
Mochi is a Japanese rice cake made of glutinous rice, pounded and molded into the desired shape. It has a sticky, stretchy, soft, and chewy texture.
'Mochi Mochi' is used to describe a person cute with squishy cheeks or arms.
Sugar, starch syrup, glutinous rice, walnut, brown sugar kinako, (soybean) not genetically modified
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