Every piece of Daikufu mochi contains fresh sweet Japan mikan mandarin hand-wrapped in chewy mochi skin. The mochi skin is traditionally made with white tebo beans.
Daifuku is eaten as a dessert or a quick snack and it is usually accompanied by a cup of refreshing green tea. Check out our authentic Japanese Green Tea:
Mochi vs Daifuku
The ingredient and recipe for both are very similar. Mochi is a Japanese rice cake made from glutinous rice. It is not naturally sweet which is why Daifuku exist. Daifuku is literally filled mochi! A traditional Japanese confection is typically given as a gift for special occasions as Daifuku means ‘great luck’ (大福) in Japanese. Traditionally, the daifuku recipe uses Anko (red bean) as filling and the modern version now contains fresh fruit.
mandarin mikan pickled in syrup (mikan, sugar, mikan juice), tebo beans, white kidney beans, white ball powder, syrup, starch, egg white, trehalose, sorbitol, acidulant, polyphosphate sodium.
This is a frozen product. We will transport with dry ice in Japan. In Singapore, we deliver in cold-chain. Please consume soon after receiving the item.
- Minimum order amount is $55.
- Free delivery for orders above $100.
- For orders below $100 (excluding delivery fee), there will be a chargeable $10 delivery fee.
- Delivery limited only within mainland Singapore