Source: PR Times Kraft Mochi Mochi Matcha Red Bean dessert cheese slices released in Japan 2021-04-06 Tue 2021-04-06 Tue Last year, Kraft and Japanese sweets and dairy maker Morinaga Milk Industry added to Japan's assortment of flavored dessert cheese slices (berry and chocolate are common flavors) with a new "Mochi Mochi" cheese slice that uses black honey (kuromitsu) and roasted soy bean flour (kinako). Their next release in what appears to be a series of wagashi (traditional Japanese sweets) themed cheese desserts unites two classic flavors in cheesy form: "Kraft Mochi Mochi Matcha Azuki Flavor". The new takes a cream cheese base and mixes it with glutinous flour used to make mochi, and then adds matcha and azuki (red bean) flavoring to create what they call a "new texture cheese dessert" to give dessert cheese a Japanese sweets taste. The "Kraft Mochi Mochi Matcha Azuki Flavor" will go on sale throughout Japan on April 12th. By - grape Japan editorial staff. Tags: Cheese / Green Tea / Japan / Matcha / Mochi / Sweets grape Japan Food Kraft Mochi Mochi Matcha Red Bean dessert cheese slices released in Japan Related Article Wanna Relieve Some Stress? Flick A Cute Japanese Girl In The Forehead With This Website! Café Meguri in Japan: Get lost on the streets of Harajuku and try out the most recommended coffee shops Ice cream in Winter? This ice cream expo in Kobe proves it is possible New Japanese Raindrop Sakura Jellies Have Actual Cherry Blossoms Inside Samurai Sword Quality Knives Inspired By The Blades Of Famous Japanese Swordsmen Japan TV Programs Ranking 2020: What are the most popular Japanese TV Shows?