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Types of Mochi

Daifuku​
Daifuku​

Yomogi daifuku, Ichigo daifuku, Yukimi Daifuku Cookbook: Daifuku Media: Daifuku Daifukumochi (大福餅), or Daifuku (大福) (literally "great luck"), is a Japanese confection consisting of a small round mochi (glutinous rice cake) stuffed with sweet filling, most commonly anko, sweetened red bean paste made from azuki beans.

Dango​
Dango​

Dango is a Japanese dumpling and sweet made from mochiko , related to mochi. It is often served with green tea. Dango is eaten year-round, but the different varieties are traditionally eaten in given seasons.

Hanabiramochi​
Hanabiramochi​

Mochi, miso, Gyūhi, burdock Cookbook: Hanabiramochi Media: Hanabiramochi Hanabiramochi (葩餅) is a Japanese sweet , usually eaten at the beginning of the year.

Hishi Mochi​
Hishi Mochi​

Hishi mochi (菱餅, ひしもち) is a symbolic Japanese sweet associated with the Hinamatsuri "Girl's Day" festival, which coincides with the calendar date for Xiuxi (上巳). The sweet is rhomboid in shape and typically formed from three layers of red (pink), white, and green mochi, from top to bottom.

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Kinako​
Kinako​

Kinako is widely used in Japanese cooking, but is strongly associated with dango and wagashi. Dango, dumplings made from mochiko , are commonly coated with kinako. Examples include ohagi and Abekawa-mochi.

Kusa Mochi​
Kusa Mochi​

Kusa mochi (草餅, literally "grass mochi"), also known as kusamochi or yomogi mochi, is a Japanese sweet. It is considered a seasonal dish for spring. It is made from mochi and leaves of Japanese mugwort or (more traditionally) from Jersey cudweed.

Mochi ice ​Cream​
Mochi ice ​Cream​

In Mochi Ice Cream, the word “mochi” mostly refers to the ball of sweet rice dough that encapsulates that delicious ice cream. In Japan, mochi in general is a type of rice cake. A piece of mochi about the size of a small matchbox is about the equivalent of eating an entire bowl of rice.

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Sakuramochi​
Sakuramochi​

Sakura mochi (A variation of Kansai style) Sakuramochi is a Japanese sweet consisting of sweet pink-colored rice cake with a red bean paste (anko) center, and wrapped in a pickled cherry blossom (sakura) leaf.

Shiruko​
Shiruko​

Shiruko (汁粉), or oshiruko (お汁粉) with the honorific "o" (お), is a traditional Japanese dessert. It is a sweet porridge of azuki beans boiled and crushed, served in a bowl with mochi.

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Uirō​
Uirō​

Mochi (Japanese: 餅, もち) is Japanese rice cake made of mochigome, a short-grain japonica glutinous rice. The rice is pounded into paste and molded into the desired shape. In Japan it is traditionally made in a ceremony called mochitsuki.

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Warabimochi​
Warabimochi​

Warabimochi (蕨 餅, warabi-mochi) is a jelly-like confection made from bracken starch and covered or dipped in kinako (sweet toasted soybean flour). It differs from true mochi made from glutinous rice.

Zōni​
Zōni​

Zōni (雑煮), often with the honorific "o-" as o-zōni, is a Japanese soup containing mochi rice cakes. The dish is strongly associated with the Japanese New Year and its tradition of osechi ceremonial foods.

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