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Kashiwa (Oak) Leaves

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    Kashiwa Oak Leaves

    Kashiwa (Oak) leaves are used to make Kashiwa Mochi. You can find these leaves (dried or vacuumed packed) in Japanese grocery stores and this online store that ships worldwide.

    Recipes Using Kashiwa Leaves

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