From the left:
豆大福 Mame Daifuku
桜餅 Sakura Mochi
かしわ餅 Kashiwa Mochi
草餅 Kusa Mochi
大福餅 Daifuku Mochi
Do you like Japanese sweets?
In Japan, (red) beans are cooked with sugar to make sweet paste.
So, when I came to the US and tasted salty beans, it was difficult to adopt.
Many of Japanese sweets are rice (mochi / rice cake) and sweet red means.
Do you like any of them?
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