For Kagé there has been soft rice paste (mochi) and dumpling (dango) in unstinted quantities.
His body is like a lump of mochi pastry, and his limbs like dango dumplings.
The merriment of the season is materially heightened by the making of the mochi.
Great balls of mochi, sak, flowers, and choice new varieties of vegetables are appropriate offerings.
The August Princes have presented themselves before the King for three days to receive gifts of mochi.