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Large Rice Cake

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Large Rice Cake

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Japanese ラージラウンドライスケーキ
Rōmaji Rāji Raundo Raisu Kēki
Translation Large Round Rice Cake

Type Emblem Heartless
Game Kingdom Hearts χ
Red Nocturne
Blue Rhapsody
Yellow Opera
Green Requiem
Black Ballade
Silver Rock
Emerald Blues
Crimson Jazz
Spring Metal
Scarlet Tango
Grey Caprice
Striped Aria
Sapphire Elegy
Pink Concerto
Turquoise March
Emerald Serenade
Violet Waltz
Wicked Watermelon
Large Watermelon
Huge Watermelon
Festive Fireworks
Large Fireworks
Huge Fireworks
Jack O' Lantern
Round Rice Cake
Bitter Macaron
Mighty Macaron
Swaying Spook
Wandering Spook
Emerald Sonata
Amber Opera
Apricot Opera
Brilliant Opera
Vermilion Samba
Marine Rumba
Gold Beat
Malachite Bolero
Large Rice Cake

Kingdom Hearts Union χ
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The Large Rice Cake is an Emblem Heartless that appeared in Kingdom Hearts χ during the New Years event in 2014.


The Large Rice Cake and its variant, the Round Rice Cake, are based on kagami mochi, a Japanese New Year's decoration consisting of two round mochi or rice cakes. A smaller mochi would be placed on top of a larger mochi, symbolizing yin and yang, the going and coming years, the human heart, and the moon and the sun. On top of these mochi, a daidai, or Japanese bitter orange, would be placed, to symbolize the continuity of a family from generation to generation. It would be stood on a sanpō, or stand, over a sheet called shihōbeni, which is believed to ward off fires from the house for the years to come.

The Large Rice Cake's body appears to be made of a combination of the aforementioned smaller and larger mochi, and its head appears to be made of mochi as well. There is a red ribbon in the middle of the larger mochi. On top of its head is the above-mentioned bitter orange. A black stalk appears to be growing out of that orange, and behind it is a red and white fan with a light orange rim and yellow tassels. Behind its body is an obi in shades of red, yellow and orange, tied in a bow.

At the bottom of the Large Rice Cake's body are two green leaves, and below these is a white shihōbeni with a red border. It stands on a brown, wooden sanpō.