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Where to find Daifuku (Japanese rice cake treat)?

j_do | May 16, 200811:36 AM     18

i've had this great japanese treat at Isakaya sushi on Parc/Milton. it's not on the menu but sometimes they have it (not always). it was the fresh straberry variety (ichigo daifuku). are there any japanese bakeries (doubtful as the japanese population in montreal is so low) or any place that makes these? i'm not a huge fan of the purely bean filled ones, or the chinese coconut ones. prefer the ones with fresh fruit inside. thanks!

here's a link for those that are not familiar:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daifuku

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