On Children’s day, people traditionally eat kashiwa-mochi .(Right of the 3rd photo)
Kashiwa-mochi is eaten in the Kanto area
and Kashiwa-mochi is eaten in the Kanto area.
Kashiwa-mochi is a Japanese pastry,a piece of rice cake
filled with sweet bean paste and wrapped in an oak leaf or a leaf of Smilacaceae.
They are usually filled with whole bean paste (tsubu-an) or strained one (koshi-an),
however, some areas uses the bean paste with miso (miso-an).
Also, there are various colored kashiwa-mochi such as white,
green from wormwood, and pink to be enjoyed according to the fillings.