Mochi Rice Cakes with Kashiwa Oak Leaf by Alice, 7.1 oz (200 g)

Mochi Rice Cakes with Kashiwa Oak Leaf by Alice, 7.1 oz (200 g)

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SKU: SF-SE-JP-113

Please refrigerate the product once received and consume the product within 3 days from delivery.

Mochi rice cakes with kashiwa oak leaf by Alice is a traditional Japanese wagashi (Japanese confection) with a predominantly sweet flavor profile. These chewy and soft mochi (Japanese rice cakes) are filled with anko (sweet red azuki bean paste) and meticulously wrapped in kashiwa oak leaves (also known as Japanese emperor oak). Although kashiwa leaf is not edible, it grants these sticky cakes pleasant earthy notes.

There has been a particular fondness for rice cultivation in Japan since ancient times, and it’s believed that mochi culture developed alongside it. Perceived as a symbol of good luck, prosperity, health, and happiness, mochi is a delicacy typically enjoyed on New Year, though it’s prepared year-round. The concept of this Japanese confection is simple: mochigome (short-grain glutinous rice) and various fillings of your choice. The desired texture is achieved by steaming and pounding sticky rice. Some of the most prominent mochi flavors include mame daifuku (stuffed with red bean paste), yomogi mochi (earthy flavored mochi mixed with mugwort), sakura mochi (pink-colored mochi enrobed with sakura cherry blossom leaf), etc. You can discover all sorts of the world’s best rice cakes & mochi in our expertly curated collection at Yummy Bazaar.

Alice is a quintessentially Japanese company dedicated to providing authentic Japanese  confections sold over the United States and Canada. Founded by Yoshi Yuyama, whose family owned a wagashi shop, Alice quickly became a household name associated with creating memorable moments with family and friends. Standing on affection and consideration as core values, Alice takes pride in offering premium mochi ice cream and kashiwa mochi prepared with high-quality standards aimed at customer satisfaction. If you would like to explore other Japanese brands such as Alice, you can check out our online Japanese grocery store at Yummy Bazaar. 

Mochi rice cakes with kashiwa oak leaf by Alice makes an exceptional accompaniment choice to a cup of your favorite rooibos (African red tea), chamomile, or matcha tea.


  • Ingredients: Rice Flour, Water, Sugar, Salt, Red Bean, Maltose
  • Product Weight: 7.1 oz (200 g)
  • Product of USA
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.

Please refrigerate the product once received and consume the product within 3 days from delivery.

Mochi rice cakes with kashiwa oak leaf by Alice is a traditional Japanese wagashi (Japanese confection) with a predominantly sweet flavor profile. These chewy and soft mochi (Japanese rice cakes) are filled with anko (sweet red azuki bean paste) and meticulously wrapped in kashiwa oak leaves (also known as Japanese emperor oak). Although kashiwa leaf is not edible, it grants these sticky cakes pleasant earthy notes.

There has been a particular fondness for rice cultivation in Japan since ancient times, and it’s believed that mochi culture developed alongside it. Perceived as a symbol of good luck, prosperity, health, and happiness, mochi is a delicacy typically enjoyed on New Year, though it’s prepared year-round. The concept of this Japanese confection is simple: mochigome (short-grain glutinous rice) and various fillings of your choice. The desired texture is achieved by steaming and pounding sticky rice. Some of the most prominent mochi flavors include mame daifuku (stuffed with red bean paste), yomogi mochi (earthy flavored mochi mixed with mugwort), sakura mochi (pink-colored mochi enrobed with sakura cherry blossom leaf), etc. You can discover all sorts of the world’s best rice cakes & mochi in our expertly curated collection at Yummy Bazaar.

Alice is a quintessentially Japanese company dedicated to providing authentic Japanese  confections sold over the United States and Canada. Founded by Yoshi Yuyama, whose family owned a wagashi shop, Alice quickly became a household name associated with creating memorable moments with family and friends. Standing on affection and consideration as core values, Alice takes pride in offering premium mochi ice cream and kashiwa mochi prepared with high-quality standards aimed at customer satisfaction. If you would like to explore other Japanese brands such as Alice, you can check out our online Japanese grocery store at Yummy Bazaar. 

Mochi rice cakes with kashiwa oak leaf by Alice makes an exceptional accompaniment choice to a cup of your favorite rooibos (African red tea), chamomile, or matcha tea.


  • Ingredients: Rice Flour, Water, Sugar, Salt, Red Bean, Maltose
  • Product Weight: 7.1 oz (200 g)
  • Product of USA
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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