Matcha Flavored Daifuku Rice Cake with Sweet Soy Cream Filling by Shir

Matcha Flavored Daifuku Rice Cake with Sweet Soy Cream Filling by Shirakiku, 2.1 oz (60 g)

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Matcha Flavored Daifuku Rice Cake by Shirakiku is a Matcha flavored mochi (Japanese rice cake) filled with sweet soy cream. This results in a great synthesis of Matcha mochi's grassy flavor and the sweetness of soy cream. The Matcha Flavored Daifuku Rice Cake with Sweet Soy Cream Filling has a soft and chewy consistency.

In Japan, the art of confectionery is deeply intertwined with the culture of the tea ceremony. As part of the tea ceremony dating back to around the 12th century, it was customary to serve some sweet substance, typically made from grape ivy at a time, to balance matcha tea's bitterness. However, once Portuguese traders helped popularize sugar, the Japanese quickly integrated it into their cuisine, giving the world sugar and egg-laden delicacies like Castella. During the Edo period (1603-1867), Japan witnessed tremendous commercialization of tea-time sweets, with specialty boutiques opening in significant towns. While developing a sophisticated selection of sweets and snacks on its own, Japanese culture gradually became increasingly exposed to western imports, providing the world with memorable fusions of the two, such as the best-selling Matcha Kit-Kat. However, unlike their European counterparts, Japanese sweets are distinguished by a lower fat content and a more moderate, subtle sweetness flavor. You can discover a broad range of the world’s best rice cakes & mochi in our expertly curated collection at Yummy Bazaar.

Shirakiku, founded in 1921, has become one of the leading providers of Japanese food items in the United States. Initially serving the Asian community in the country, Japanese items have grown in popularity over the years, making their way into mainstream American restaurants and grocery stores due to rising demand. Shirakiku is an excellent place to start when looking for Japanese products. If you’re eager to explore other brands like Shirakiku, our online Japanese grocery store will come in handy.

Enjoy Matcha Flavored Daifuku Rice Cake with Sweet Soy Cream Filling by Shirakiku as a snack any time of the day. 

 


  • Ingredients: Water, sugar, kidney bean, rice flour, whipped soy cream (palm oil, soy milk cream, syrup [corn, potato, sweet potato, water], corn starch, salt, water, emulsifiers [soy lecithin, sucrose fatty acid esters, polyglycerol esters or fatty acids], sodium citrate, cellulose, magnesium chloride), food starch-modified, sugar alcohol (sorbitol, maltitol, hydrogenated tapioca starch hydrolysates), corn syrup, less than 2 percent of green tea powder, mono-and diglycerides, polyglycerol esters of fatty acids, corn starch, salt, dextrin, B-amylase, FD & C yellow No.5, FD & C blue No.1. Contains coconut, soybean. May contain traces of milk, wheat.
  • Product Weight: 2.1 oz (60 g)
  • Product of Japan
WARNING: Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals including acrylamide, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/food.

Matcha Flavored Daifuku Rice Cake by Shirakiku is a Matcha flavored mochi (Japanese rice cake) filled with sweet soy cream. This results in a great synthesis of Matcha mochi's grassy flavor and the sweetness of soy cream. The Matcha Flavored Daifuku Rice Cake with Sweet Soy Cream Filling has a soft and chewy consistency.

In Japan, the art of confectionery is deeply intertwined with the culture of the tea ceremony. As part of the tea ceremony dating back to around the 12th century, it was customary to serve some sweet substance, typically made from grape ivy at a time, to balance matcha tea's bitterness. However, once Portuguese traders helped popularize sugar, the Japanese quickly integrated it into their cuisine, giving the world sugar and egg-laden delicacies like Castella. During the Edo period (1603-1867), Japan witnessed tremendous commercialization of tea-time sweets, with specialty boutiques opening in significant towns. While developing a sophisticated selection of sweets and snacks on its own, Japanese culture gradually became increasingly exposed to western imports, providing the world with memorable fusions of the two, such as the best-selling Matcha Kit-Kat. However, unlike their European counterparts, Japanese sweets are distinguished by a lower fat content and a more moderate, subtle sweetness flavor. You can discover a broad range of the world’s best rice cakes & mochi in our expertly curated collection at Yummy Bazaar.

Shirakiku, founded in 1921, has become one of the leading providers of Japanese food items in the United States. Initially serving the Asian community in the country, Japanese items have grown in popularity over the years, making their way into mainstream American restaurants and grocery stores due to rising demand. Shirakiku is an excellent place to start when looking for Japanese products. If you’re eager to explore other brands like Shirakiku, our online Japanese grocery store will come in handy.

Enjoy Matcha Flavored Daifuku Rice Cake with Sweet Soy Cream Filling by Shirakiku as a snack any time of the day. 

 


  • Ingredients: Water, sugar, kidney bean, rice flour, whipped soy cream (palm oil, soy milk cream, syrup [corn, potato, sweet potato, water], corn starch, salt, water, emulsifiers [soy lecithin, sucrose fatty acid esters, polyglycerol esters or fatty acids], sodium citrate, cellulose, magnesium chloride), food starch-modified, sugar alcohol (sorbitol, maltitol, hydrogenated tapioca starch hydrolysates), corn syrup, less than 2 percent of green tea powder, mono-and diglycerides, polyglycerol esters of fatty acids, corn starch, salt, dextrin, B-amylase, FD & C yellow No.5, FD & C blue No.1. Contains coconut, soybean. May contain traces of milk, wheat.
  • Product Weight: 2.1 oz (60 g)
  • Product of Japan
WARNING: Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals including acrylamide, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/food.
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