Making mochi (rice cakes)

The mochi glutinous rice cakesis a usually eaten on special days, such as the New Year’s Day. Making mochifrom rice is called “Mochi-tsuki(rice cake beating)”. In Ikeda Town, you can experience making mochi all year round. Two people work together in a certain tempo using mortar and pestle. Let’s try the Japanese traditional way in making mochi.

Making mochi (rice cakes)

Activity
Rural Experience Program Furusato Fureai Dojo "Mochi-tsuki(rice cake beating)"
Tel
0778-44-8060(Tourist Association)
Opening Season
All year round
Opening Hours
10:00-,15:00-
Closed on Tuesday
Duration
About 30 minutes
Fee
Shiro-mochi 2,500 yen,Mame-mochi,Kusa-mochi,Oroshi-mochi and Kinako-mochi 3,000 yen,Tochi-mochi 5,000 yen / 1 mortar (for making about 20 round rice cakes)
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Furusato Fureai Dojo

 

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