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1747 Buchanan St (at Sutter St)
San Francisco, CA 94115
(415) 922-1244
Japanese, Diner, Wagashi
Tue–Sat: 8:00 AM–5:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • An unassuming 100+ year old landmark in Japantown makes the best fresh mochi in the bay. When I'm craving sugar and carbs, their peanut butter mochi hits the spot. - Mia, Digital Marketing Coordinator
  • Try the fresh strawberry mochi. I am a mochi expert on Foodspotting, and I declare it to be the best ever! The strawberry is wrapped in white bean paste and is covered with super soft mochi. - Alexa
  • The seasonal blueberry mochi is soooo good! Highly recommended!
  • Fresh strawberry mochi are on bottom shelf, $1.20, delicious!
  • Get the strawberry manju.
  • Wow best mochi I've ever had. Still delicious 2 days later
  • Authentic Japanese store still family owned and operated. Fun to try a variety: habutai white mochi with red bean, peanut butter mochi, and strawberry mochi.
  • Try the vegan strawberry mochi. Def their best flavor.
  • FYI: the strawberry moshi are seasonal. When they ARE in season, they're usually only available on Fridays and Saturdays. (they're worth the hassle tho)
  • best mochi in the city. super fresh and they use real seasonal fruit!
  • The strawberry mochi are seasonal and start being available in the spring
  • Get the Pink Habutai- so yummy :)
  • Homemade vs. pre-packaged? Yes please! Grew up with kinako over my mochi so this is my fave. I short-ordered for a containergot a bit of a cranky question thrown at me, so watch how many you order.
  • Strawberry has actual strawberry bits in it!
  • Try the Apple Manju - it melts in your mouth!
  • Make sure you bring cash and don't forget to get the fresh strawberry mochi on the 2nd shelf! Although you really can't go wrong with any of them! Super derishous!
  • Blueberry mochi = crazy delicious.
  • get there early for fresh mochi before they sell out
  • Get here early! They can sell out by the afternoon.
  • Fruit mochis are the best, depends on season could be blueberries, strawberries or other fruit fillings

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