|Place of origin||Japan|
|Region or state||Itsukushima|
|Created by||A Wagashi craftsman|
|Invented||Late Meiji period|
|Main ingredients||Buckwheat and rice|
|Ingredients generally used||Red bean paste|
Momiji manjū is a type of manjū and Imagawayaki. The confection is a buckwheat and rice cake shaped like a Japanese maple leaf, and is a local specialty on the island of Itsukushima (Miyajima) in Hiroshima. It is typically filled with red bean paste.
Momiji manjū is a local specialty and souvenir in Itsukushima, Three views of Japan. Today, Momiji manjū is known not only for Miyajima's souvenirs but also Hiroshima Prefecture’s miyagegashi nationwide.