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Dining, SFoodie Mochi Pounding Ceremony Provides Crazy Delicious Fun for Whole Family

Mochi Pounding Ceremony Provides Crazy Delicious Fun for Whole Family

What: Mochi Pounding Ceremony Where: Asian Art Museum When: Sat., January 14, 12-1 p.m. Cost: Free, with museum admission The rundown: Celebrate the Japanese New Year with Kagami Kai, San Francisco's own mochi tsuki group! The creation of mochi can…
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Calendar, Night&Day Good Luck is Hard Work

Good Luck is Hard Work

For many of us, familiarity with mochi is limited to ice-cream pockets sold at Trader Joe’s. Yet within Japanese culture, the soft rice cake is essential for a happy new year. These days, most folks settle for store-bought varieties because…
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Dining, SFoodie Sshh! Pound Mochi at the Library, but Quietly

Sshh! Pound Mochi at the Library, but Quietly

Mochi Party Where: San Francisco Public Library, Western Addition Branch, 1550 Scott (at Post), 355-5727 When: Sat., Feb. 19, 2-3:30 p.m. Cost: Free The rundown: Like most things you do at the library, this event is sure to boost your…
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Calendar, Night&Day Mochi Mochi

Mochi Mochi

Chewy and squishy, often brightly hued and filled with even brighter flavors, the Japanese confection known as mochi is a staple sweet snack in San Francisco. It pops up in places as general as a Trader Joe’s freezer case and…
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Calendar, Night&Day Hitting It

Hitting It

The first few days of the year are go time for the folks at Kagami Kai: This small local organization is dedicated to making traditional Japanese New Year's sweets. Really. That's all they do. It's awesome. But they're pretty busy…
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