Warabimochi is one of the typical Japanese sweets in summer.
It's translucent, cool and chewy.
It is sold at supermarkets or wagashi-ya (Japanese sweets shop).
You can also buy it at mobile warabimochi shops.
"Warabi--mochi, Tsumeta--kute, Oishi--yo ! (warabimochi, it's cool and tasty !)"
is the warabimochi peddler's cry.

Warabi means bracken. Mochi means rice cake.
It is made from bracken powder, and eat with kinako (soy bean powder) with sugar.

Please keep warabimochi in cool.
But, be careful not to keep it in a refrigerator too long, it becomes tasteless.