Review of "Mochiwari" developed by Akebono Sangyo. It makes cutted rice cake easy to cook and eat.
Akebono Sangyo Mochiwari
"Mochiwari" is an item that allows you to cut rice cakes into small pieces without using a kitchen knife. A set of 2 cutter plates and 1 take-out plate.
First of all, cut the rice cake by sandwiching it with a cutter plate. Then just push it out using the take-out plate. The mochi will be divided into 8 equal parts.
The small rice cakes are easy to cook, so it's easy to bake or boil. You can enjoy it freely by putting it in ozoni or oshiruko, or sprinkling soybean flour and black honey. Even if you're not so hungry, you can easily adjust the amount of small mochi and eat it easily.
"Mochiwari" is a convenient item that makes it easier to eat mochi. If you like mochi, why not give it a try? It is available on mail-order sites, and the price range is around 700-800 yen.
Check out the previously introduced "Akira Sangyo Mochikes ". It is an item that can be mixed into okonomiyaki or pancake dough by shaving mochi into flakes.