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Shingen mochi from Kikyouya

Shingen mochi from Kikyouya

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.

Shingen mochi from Kikyouya

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.

Shingen mochi from Kikyouya

Tender mochi (rice cake) topped with kuro-mitsu (dark brown sugar syrup) which is in a tiny bottle when you eat it.

Shingen mochi from Kikyouya

The symphony of mochi,kinako and kuro-mitsu is amazing.
Believe me the tastes just like heaven!

kikyouya
Takeda Shingen

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Comments

1

posted by fede , 1月 30, 2011 22:23:13 (Tokyo) :

I would really taste this delight
^___^

2

posted by Patty , 1月 31, 2011 1:31:53 (Tokyo) :

I don’t know about the mochi taste, but I really like the box and package! So pretty

3

posted by mochi , 2月 2, 2011 0:06:09 (Tokyo) :

I know!! It´s super delicious! ^ ^ nomnom

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