Royal Family Mini Assorted Japanese Mochi Rice Cakes, 250 g

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4.5 / 5

77 reviews

Soft mochi in Japan's sweetest flavours.

Treating taste buds to mini mouthfuls of chewy azuki red beans, fragrant matcha green tea and creamy milk, these supple mochi rice cakes are wonderfully decadent treats to share around. Individually wrapped, this assorted share pack contains a random selection of sweet mochi bites each flavoured with 3 of Japan's traditional dessert fillings, from thick red bean paste in a rich matcha or chunky red bean mochi coating, to a smooth milk custard in sticky gelatine and glutinous mochi layers. Produced in Taiwan.

ITEM ID: #16578


Mochi is a much-loved staple ingredient and rice dessert made both skillfully and sweetly to bring out some of Japan's most decadent flavours. By soaking glutinous rice overnight and masterfully hammering it into a thick paste, using a special long wooden hammer and pestle, each square or cube is ceremoniously prepared usually around new year and festivals to draw crowds and create a delicious spectacle. Known for its chewy and squishy texture mochi makes the perfect bitesize treat to enjoy your favourite dessert fillings and is surprisingly versatile in Japanese cooking, adding a stringy cheese-like texture to dishes like okonomiyaki and ozoni. Whatever your preference, check out our Mochi section at to find your favourite way of enjoying this sticky specialty.


Per 100g (Red Bean/Milk/Matcha):
• Energy: 1446kJ/341kcal / 1548/370kcal / 1473/352kcal
• Fat: 3.1g / 7.4g / 3.9g
  (of which Saturates: 1.4g / 3.3g / 1.8g) 
• Carbohydrate: 76.4g / 74.2g / 77.4g
  (of which Sugars: 37.8g / 40.2g / 38.2g)
• Protein: 1.9g / 1.7g / 1.9g
• Salt: 0.05g / 0.05g / 0.04g


7 reviews
Great taste. Unfortunately contains palm oil.
I love the milk flavour !! Lots come in the bag very big
Milk ones are amazing
So good, my British *** loves it too.
Lovely squishy deliciousness
Great selection of flavours
Nice selection with a good texture. Hard to pick a favourite, but green tea probably wins.