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Mochi is a Japanese rice cake made of glutinous rice pounded into paste and molded into shape.
Mochi may also refer to:
- Mochi (Cheyenne) (c. 1841–1881), nineteenth-century Native American warrior
- Mochi (Hindu), a Hindu caste found mainly in North India
- Mochi (Muslim), a community in North India, Pakistan and Bangladesh
- Mochi (Sikh), a community found mainly in the Punjab state of India
- Mochi (surname), notable people with the surname
- Mochi (magazine), magazine and blog that aims to empower young Asian American women
- Mochi Craft, a yacht building subsidiary of the Ferretti Group
- Mochi Gate, a historical gate in Lahore, Pakistan
- Mochi language, a dialect of Central Kilimanjaro language
- Mochi Media, an advertising system and company for Adobe Flash
- Mochi rice, a synonym for glutinous rice
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