Fujiya in Kalihi

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In business since 1958, Fujiya is every mochi lovers dream. Their case of goodies boasts a variety of flavors to be enjoyed or shared with someone special. I once took a small box of Fujiya mochi to New York for a good friend of mine, who I knew would appreciate this special treat.

They have a variety of mochi with fruit in the middle in their refrigerated case. On the day that we were there, their selection included strawberry, banana peanut butter, blueberry, pineapple, and raspberry.

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strawberry mochi
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banana peanut butter mochi

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In the non-refrigerated case, you can find the red bean, white bean, smooth and crunchy peanut butter, and manju varieties.

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My favorite, the broken senbei (tea cookies)

In addition to their mochi, you can also buy their famous snacks at the Kalihi storefront.

Their senbei (tea cookies) come in a variety of flavors, including matcha coconut, guava coconut, and chocolate coconut. They are a thin, delicious wafter treat.

You can also find iso peanuts and arare in a variety of shapes and sizes.IMG_7153Fujiya wholesales to a variety of stores in Hawaii. You can find a list of stores that carry their products on their website. However, I recommend stopping by their Kalihi shop if you have a chance. It’s always fun to customize your own box of mochi or manju!

  • Fujiya: 454 Waiakamilo Rd., Honolulu, HI 96817
  • 808-845-2921
  • www.fujiyahawaii.com
  • parking lot in front, 5 or 6 stalls. Customers are picking up their goodies and leaving, so there’s usually a stall or 2 open.
  • Feels: local style snacks; helpful workers.
  • open: Mon-Sat. 8:30am-3:00pm
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