Daifuku are a traditional Japanese confection composed of a soft mochi rice cake stuffed with a sweetened red bean paste called anko, and is one of the most popular sweets in Japan.
While nothing beats freshly made daifuku from one of those small mom-and-pop shops, you can still get some pretty tasty packaged specimens from convenience stores or supermarkets.
For example, we recently heard that one such brand of daifuku offered at 7-Eleven convenience stores are the same softness as a woman’s breast.
What? Taste? Did you not read the sentence above? 7-Eleven sells mochi that feels like boobs. Who cares about taste? Read More