Ozoni: Japanese New Year’s Mochi Soup

photo/source Bebe Love Ozaku

photo/source Bebe Love Ozaku

 

What’s better than eating Ozoni on New Year? This Japanese soup with mochi called Ozoni was believed to be exclusive to the Samurai.  Often, it was cooked during field battles and thought to have been an important meal to the Samurai.  Eating Ozoni on New Years Day has become a tradition that goes back to the Muromachi period (1336-1573).  I want to thank Keitochan for posting how to make this traditional soup and posting a video on how mochi is made.  Check out the recipe and video at keitochansays.com

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