Uji Tsujiri, Kyoto: ‘Hojicha Warabimochi’ and ‘Warabimochi Assortment’, cool and tasty summer souvenirs, are now on sale.

2024.06.14

TSUJIRI, a long-established shop in Uji, Kyoto, will start selling Hojicha Warabimochi and assorted Warabimochi at Tsujiri shops from 10 June 2024 (Monday).

Houjicha Warabimochi

Made with luxurious Tsujiri hojicha tea, this warabimochi offers the original aroma and taste of hojicha. The use of honwarabi flour ensures a smooth and fluffy texture. Finally, a sprinkling of hojicha sugar (served separately) enhances the flavour and allows you to enjoy the smooth taste of the tea as it glides down your throat.

Pack of two 691 yen (tax included)

Assorted bracken cakes

An assortment of two each of the popular Uji Matcha Green Tea Straw Butter and the newly introduced Hojicha Green Tea Straw Butter. You can enjoy the different flavours of matcha and hojicha.

Matcha and Hojicha, 2 pieces each, 1,382 yen (tax included).

>Kyoto Uji Tsujiri official website

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