Shingen mochi is one of the most famous Japanese traditional sweets in Yamanashi prefecture which is very popular for souvenirs, named after a historical warlord Takeda Shingen.
There are three bite-size pieces of tender mochi (rice cake) with kinako (soy bean flour)
inside of the box wrapped in pretty furoshiki wrapper.
Tender mochi (rice cake) topped with kuro-mitsu (dark brown sugar syrup) which is in a tiny bottle when you eat it.
The symphony of mochi,kinako and kuro-mitsu is amazing.
Believe me the tastes just like heaven!
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