A Japanese dessert you can enjoy at ramen RAIJIN.
Introducing Kashiwa Mochi and Goma(Sesame) Daifuku.
We have prepared delicious Japanese desserts for our customers.
Kashiwa Mochi will be on sale until early January, and Goma Daifuku will be on sale from mid-January. Both are in limited quantities.
Mochi sweets are popular in Japanese restaurants. Mochi is a traditional Japanese dessert.
It is characterized by its chewy texture and the scent of oak leaves. It is made by pounding steamed glutinous rice until it becomes a paste. Kashiwa Mochi is a traditional dessert eaten on Japanese Children’s Day and other occasions.
Enjoy the aroma of sesame and the sweetness of red bean paste. Sesame daifuku is made by wrapping red bean paste in a chewy dough made from glutinous rice and coating it with fragrant black sesame seeds. The sweetness of the bean paste, the aroma of the black sesame, and the natural flavor of the mochi combine to create a complex and enjoyable taste.
Kashiwa Mochi and Goma Daifuku are wonderful Japanese sweets that are delicious and fun to eat.
Both have a chewy texture and a good balance of sweetness and aroma.
If you want to refresh your mouth after eating ramen, please try Goma Daifuku and Kashiwa Mochi.
By the way, you can buy a mochi dessert that can be frozen and stored for a long time at the online store, so if you can’t come to the store, please purchase it at the ramen RAIJIN Online store.
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