Time Out says
Ever heard of ohagi? These small rice balls coated with sweetened red beans, kinako soybean flour, or sesame and salt are the perfect snack to pick up on-the-go. Originally from Nagoya, this Japanese-style café stand combines traditional confectionery with modern elements, while using domestic rice and additive-free ingredients. Ohagi are named after the terms used to describe the different phases of the moon, such as yuzuki (evening moon) and shingetsu (new moon). The café also serves a range of seasonal ohagi varieties, plus refreshing and colourful parfaits that pair well with the Japanese-style drinks on offer.