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MOOD FOR FOOD: KAGAMI MOCHI

Kagami Mochi, also known as "mirror mochi," is a traditional Japanese New Year decoration made of two round mochi (sweet rice cakes) stacked on top of each other, topped with a daidai (bitter orange) and surrounded by a bamboo leaf. It's said to symbolize good luck, prosperity, and harmony for the coming year. ✨🧧


As personal shoppers, we highly recommend Kagami Mochi as a unique and thoughtful gift for friends and family. Not only it's a beautiful and symbolic addition to any home during the New Year, but it's also delicious and can be enjoyed as a snack.


If you're interested in purchasing Kagami Mochi for yourself or as a gift, there are a variety of options available. You can find it at most Japanese supermarkets or order it online from specialty retailers.


Be sure to check the expiration date and storage instructions, as mochi can spoil quickly.



Incorporating Kagami Mochi into your New Year celebrations is a great way to bring a touch of tradition and good luck into your home. Give it a try and see the difference it makes!


So, if you're intrigued and want to see more, come and visit us on Instagram and FB. ✨⛩.


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