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Kusa mochi (草餅, literally "grass mochi"), also known as kusamochi or yomogi mochi, is a Japanese sweet. It is considered a seasonal dish for spring. It is made from mochi and leaves of Japanese mugwort or (more traditionally) from Jersey cudweed. It may also be filled with red bean paste.
|Alternative names||Yomogi mochi|
|Place of origin||Japan|
|Main ingredients||Mochi, yomogi leaf; red bean paste|
|Cookbook: Kusa mochi Media: Kusa mochi|
Kusa mochi may also be used to make a kind of daifuku called yomogi daifuku.