Sat, Jan

Try Pounding Your Own Mochi at Westfield


Mochitsuki is a famous Japanese tradition where rice is pounded to make mochi, and it takes place on New Year’s Day.

There are normally at least 2 people involved – one person will hit the mochi rice repeatedly with a wooden mallet, while the other turns the rice to make sure it is evenly pounded. This continues until the rice forms mochi dough, which is then hand-rolled into mochi and then sometimes filled with sweet adzuki red bean paste, sprinkled with soy bean flour, or dipped in soy sauce.

No need to book, just turn up at Ichiba Westfield and enjoy some fresh mochi for free!

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