Seven Eleven’s “Fuwattoro“ Uji Matcha tiramisu Warabi Mochi – A conbini sweets new product review.

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Get ready for the latest info on popular sweets available at your local conbini (the official Japanese abbreviation for convenience store)! The writer taste-tests and reviews new conbini sweets, letting us know which ones are the most note-worthy.
This time the writer reviews Seven Eleven’s “ Fuwattoro “ Uji Matcha tiramisu Warabi Mochi”. A new dessert released on the 26th of September, 2017.

“Fuwattoro “ Uji Matcha tiramisu Warabi Mochi
“Fuwattoro “ Uji Matcha tiramisu Warabi Mochi

“Fuwattoro “ Uji Matcha tiramisu Warabi Mochi

Product name in Japanese
Available at
Seven Eleven
120 yen (Tax incl.)
Sale date
September 26, 2017
133 kcal

Seven Eleven has released a new flavor in their popular “Fuwattoro” warabi mochi series!
“Fuwattoro” means fluffy and creamy in Japanese. This sweet is a little like a tiramisu in that it uses layers of cream. It’s made with Mascarpone cheese, cream cheese, and has an Uji Matcha sauce layer.
I have never eaten cheese and Matcha together, so I’m curious about this combination.

It was about 6 cm in diameter and 3 cm in thickness.
These desserts are very soft, so be careful when you eat them, they can fall apart if not handled delicately.

The surface was covered with Matcha powder!

I wanted to see the layers inside, so I cut it with a fork.
It was firmer than I expected.

Wow! It was good! The warabi mochi outside and the cheese cream just melt together!
I didn’t notice any sour strong cheese taste, It was so creamy!
The bitterness of the Matcha enhanced the sweetness of the cream cheese.

Compare the photo with the actual sweet! It’s just as depicted.
Matcha and mascarpone cheese turned out to be a genius paring!
It was so creamy and now I’m hooked!
This product is available in Tohoku, Kanto Kousinetsu region, Shizuoka prefecture, Chugoku region, and Shikoku area!
Go get one!