Mitsu (蜜) is a traditional Japanese syrup, which consists almost entirely of liquid dark sugar, but in a much more runny form than molasses. It is used as a ingredient of several Japanese desserts like anmitsu and warabimochi. Hachimitsu (蜂蜜), "bee syrup", is how the Japanese refer to honey.

Outside Japan, mitsu is also a slang term for Ecstasy tablets imprinted with the triple-diamond logo of Mitsubishi.

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