Morokoshi （唐土is a traditional confectionery in Akita Prefecture, which is made of roasted azuki bean powder and sugar. It is and pressed in molds and dried with slow heat. Morokoshi is dry and powdery, so that it is a perfect accompaniment with green tea.
Learn the Traditional Morokoshi Making Technique in the Historic Town:
In the historic town, Kakunodate, you can find a few factories which practice the original techniques, while adopting new trends of preferences as in the variety of hardness, flavors, and styles. Take for example, Isamiya, and try their chocolate flavored morokoshi, steamed cake, wrapped in mochi, or ice cream!
|Various types of morokoshi are available in store.|
Learn How to Make Morokoshi and Enjoy Walking in Kakunodate Town:
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|Usuyaki Morokoshi (Thinly-baked Morokoshi) is a unique match with matcha green tea -|
even fancied by some traditional tea ceremony practioners in Kyoto.
|Explore the samurai houses with a certified guide.|