Mochi is an iconic dessert in Japanese. It is made from glutinous rice flour and usually stuffed with red bean paste. You can find different variations of mochi in different regions of Japan. In Japan, mochi is traditionally made by pounding repeatedly until it becomes smooth, sticky, and elastic.
Anmitsu is a Japanese wagashi dessert that has many components in one dessert bowl. It is made up of agar agar jelly, Japanese mochi and seasonal fruits served with scoop of red bean paste and ice cream.
Sukiyaki is a Japanese style mini hotpot that is usually served in individual portion. It consist a hot of assorted vegetables with thinly sliced meat and is simmered in a sweet soya sauce soup base. Different region has their own variation of Sukiyaki.