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If there is an existence of sorcery in this world, Japan is the only country that has discovered it already. They have not turned water into a wine, but instead, they have turned it into an invisible dessert. The water droplet that you are looking at is a rice cake dessert in actual or you can also call it shingen mochi that instantly melts inside your mouth just after eating it. You will feel like eating a small piece of delicate balloon filled with water.


This water drop desert (mochi-mizu shingen mochi )will give you a cool and refreshing taste. It comes from a Japanese Alps and a texture that is pretty much delicate.

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Above shown picture is taken when drop water dessert is served:


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  • Gwenjamin Troughton

    All this shows me is an ad for brilliant earth