Kurogoma Bota Mochi / Kurogoma Ohagi
Kurogoma Bota Mochi / Kurogoma Ohagi Kurogoma Bota Mochi / Kurogoma Ohagi are classic Bota Mochi / Ohagi, which have been rolled in a sesame-sugar mixture. Originally posted 2017-10-05 07:40:00.
Ukishima [浮き島 (うきしま)] Ukishima stands for “floating island” or “swimming plants”. This Wagashi consists of 2 layers. The lower, dark layer stands for the roots, while the upper layer is green and represents growing plants. Originally posted 2017-09-28 06:59:00.
Bota Mochi / Ohagi Bota Mochi is called this Wagashi in spring; Ohagi (おはぎ), in the autumn. They belong to the Namagashi variety. It is filled with sweet filling, covered with rice and rolled in a sweet sugar mixture. Bota Mochi (牡丹餅) will be served at Haru No Higan on 23 March. This is the vernal […]
Ichigo Daifuku Mochi (イチゴ大福) (Daifuku Mochi with Strawberryfilling) This Wagashi is a form of Namagashi. In Japan they are very popular. They are served in spring, about March, while the strawberry season. Originally posted 2017-10-05 20:28:00.
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