Warabi Matcha Mochi with Roasted Soybean Flour by Wadamata, 5.2 oz (15

Warabi Matcha Mochi with Roasted Soybean Flour by Wadamata, 5.2 oz (150 g)

$ 7.95
Perishable Item | Requires Flat Rate Express Shipping. See Details
Deliver to
X
* Actual delivery time may vary.
Please enter a valid US zip code.
Perishables will be shipped via flat-rate express shipping at only $19.95.
See Details
Non-perishables will be shipped via standard shipping. Free shipping with orders of $69+, or $6.99 flat-rate shipping for under.
See Details
Monday to Friday 9am to 6pm EST

Product Description

SKU: SF-SE-JP-131

Please refrigerate the product once received and consume the product within 5 days from delivery.

Warabi mochi matcha green tea rice cakes with roasted soybean flour by Wadamata is an authentic Japanese wagashi (traditional Japanese confection) covered in roasted green soybean powder, known as kinako. Renowned for their soft, chewy, and almost jelly-like texture, these tender rice cakes are made from bracken starch called warabiko (unlike regular mochi made with glutinous rice). 

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.

Wadamata is an authentic Japanese sweet and rice cake manufacturer famous nationally and internationally. Established in 1952, this successful company quickly made a name for itself and garnered a lot of loyal customers worldwide. Located in Chofuogimachi (Yamaguchi prefecture, Shimonoseki city), Wadamata takes pride in offering a broad range of top-quality Japanese crepes, mochi, ohagi, and daifuku with various fillings. If you’re eager to explore other brands like Wadamata, our online Japanese grocery store will come in handy.

Warabi mochi matcha green tea rice cake with roasted soybean flour by Wadamata is one of the most delectable ways to add some Japanese flair to your desserts in a heartbeat. Make sure to pair these tender rice indulgences with a cup of your favorite green tea, such as matcha, konacha, bancha, shincha, kukicha, and gyokuro.

Due to the perishable nature of the product, we do not accept returns.

 

  • Ingredients: Sugar, green soybean powder, soybean powder, matcha green tea, bracken powder, modified starch, sorbitol, trehalose, FD&C yellow#5,FD&C blue#1. Contain: soy.
  • Product Weight: 5.2 oz (150 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.

Please refrigerate the product once received and consume the product within 5 days from delivery.

Warabi mochi matcha green tea rice cakes with roasted soybean flour by Wadamata is an authentic Japanese wagashi (traditional Japanese confection) covered in roasted green soybean powder, known as kinako. Renowned for their soft, chewy, and almost jelly-like texture, these tender rice cakes are made from bracken starch called warabiko (unlike regular mochi made with glutinous rice). 

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.

Wadamata is an authentic Japanese sweet and rice cake manufacturer famous nationally and internationally. Established in 1952, this successful company quickly made a name for itself and garnered a lot of loyal customers worldwide. Located in Chofuogimachi (Yamaguchi prefecture, Shimonoseki city), Wadamata takes pride in offering a broad range of top-quality Japanese crepes, mochi, ohagi, and daifuku with various fillings. If you’re eager to explore other brands like Wadamata, our online Japanese grocery store will come in handy.

Warabi mochi matcha green tea rice cake with roasted soybean flour by Wadamata is one of the most delectable ways to add some Japanese flair to your desserts in a heartbeat. Make sure to pair these tender rice indulgences with a cup of your favorite green tea, such as matcha, konacha, bancha, shincha, kukicha, and gyokuro.

Due to the perishable nature of the product, we do not accept returns.

 

  • Ingredients: Sugar, green soybean powder, soybean powder, matcha green tea, bracken powder, modified starch, sorbitol, trehalose, FD&C yellow#5,FD&C blue#1. Contain: soy.
  • Product Weight: 5.2 oz (150 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.
Rewards
This item is eligible for Rewards Details

Customer Reviews

Need help?
Call Us
Email Us
Chat With Us

Disclaimer

While we work to ensure that product information is correct, on occasion manufacturers may alter their ingredient lists. Actual product packaging and materials may contain more and/or different information than that shown on our Web site. We recommend that you do not solely rely on the information presented and that you always read labels, warnings, and directions before using or consuming a product. For additional information about a product, please contact the manufacturer. Yummy Bazaar assumes no liability for inaccuracies or misstatements about products.