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Atsuta-Jingu specialty Kiyome-Mochi
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Co., Ltd. Kiyome-Mochi-sohonke
3-7-21 Jingu, Atsuta-ku, Nagoya City, Aichi , Japan

Category: fresh confectionery
Product Name: Kiyome-Mochi
Raw Materials: sugar, azuki beans, rice cake powder, white egg powder, reducing syrup, sugar syrup, egg white/trehalose, Uchiko (processed starch)

Best-Before Date: 5 days when it arrives (6 days after production)

How to Store: Store at high temperatures and humidity.

There are also "Chestnut-infused, red and white", etc.


I took one look at the little daifuku cake and thought, "That must be a good cake. And it was only after seeing a picture of it on the internet. But in spite of that, I didn't hesitate to think that it must be delicious. So this is what love at first sight is all about.

By the way, this Kiyome-Mochi is mainly sold at the Kiyome-Mochi in the grounds of Atsuta Shrine in Nagoya. It is sold at the "Tea House", and is sold by Co. It became the "head house". In 1785, a kiyome tea house was established at Atsuta Shrine, which was crowded with worshippers... I can't figure out what the management is all about. Hmmm, I think it's safe to assume that Atsuta Shrine runs this restaurant.

Incidentally, I heard that a local TV station in Nagoya and Chukyo used to run a commercial for Kiyome-Mochi in the 1990s.

Oh, it's wrapped more tightly than I expected, Kiyome-Mochi. Then, I opened the package and found out that there was a beautiful line of "Kiyome-Mochi" in the box. Kiyome-Mochi" has arrived. Well, it is smaller than I thought. It's about the size of a smashed ping-pong ball~. And it smelled like a daifuku~.

And when I cut it in half, it seemed to be wrapped in those soft Habutae mochi, and the outside was It seems to be dusted with potato starch. When you try it, the sweetness is moderately firm, not bad, but within the normal range of deliciousness. There might be.... Well, it still has a taste that has been cultivated over a long period of time that is elegant and not to be disliked by anyone, as well as a taste for the Atsuta Shrine. And it's something to be thankful for!

Normally, the family member who doesn't show any interest in Daifuku, has claimed his own territory with this rice cake. It seems there's some kind of magic power that the servants don't understand.
©Japanese Famous Foods , Update:2020/06/09