Saturday, July 13, 2013

Japanese Mochi @ Akachan no Hoppe, Mid Valley Megamall, Kuala Lumpur

This weekend when we were at Mid Valley, we checked out the newly opened Akachan no Hoppe. The brand originates from the city of Itoigawa, Niigata prefecture of Japan and serves freshly made Japanese mochis. Akachan no Hoppe literally translates to "baby cheeks" and is made from the finest ingredients fully imported from Japan. They are made daily and are said to be soft and fluffy like baby cheeks. 

They have ten flavours, priced at RM3.80 each. We got the double chocolate and strawberry flavour. I really like the texture of these mochis, they are really soft and the flavours are really nice too. I managed to sample the melty caramel flavours as well, which is really good. Customers have the option of getting it frozen (to eat at home) or from the chiller, which you can enjoy straight away. 

Lovely Japanese treats


Mr. Baby Cheeks :)

Strawberry Love Mo.Cheeks


Mr. Baby Cheeks testing the mochi to see if it really lives up to its name... is it soft like baby cheeks? -Yes:)


Mmmmm tastes good too!


Ms. Sweet Cheeks :)

Double chocolate - chocolate in a chocolate!



Full range of flavours

Opening times: 10am to 10pm daily.

Price: RM3.80 each.

Location: Akachan no Hoppe, 3rd floor, MidValley Megamall, Mid Valley City, Lingkaran Syed Putra, 59200 Kuala Lumpur.

Tel: 03-2282 0170

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17 comments:

  1. Looks very nice...but I'm no fan of mochi, thank you very much.

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  2. Hehe that's the cutest name for a mochi shop! I adore the squidgy texture of mochi :D

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  3. damn........... super nice. Haven't been to Mid Valley in a while... NEED TO GO & BUY!!!

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  4. Delicious in taste and in appearance.

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  5. Ahhh... these mochies look good! I saw this shop before but have not tried it! :)

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  6. I'm generally not a big fan of mochi (They're sooo filling!) but the pineapple mochi sounds interesting. Perhaps I should try it out! :D

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  7. they look so soft! and edamame! O_O curious max

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  8. Will have to try next time I'm in KL, loved eating all the street food behind Bukit Bintang. And maybe even Hard Rock on Sultan Ishmail (don't tell anyone ok...?)

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  9. So many cute cheeks in this entry! Children + Mochi = Best pairing ever! :D

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  10. I walked past this shop last week. Thanks for the review, shall give it a try the next time :)

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  11. I like the shot where Baby C seems to say 'Mummy...can I have my mochi back?'....hahahaha :P

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    1. Haha! She knows mummy "needs" to take photo first. :P

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  12. Do I need to wait 30minutes before I can eat? *just like the other brand*

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    1. No need to wait 30 mins, cos they have some in the chiller- boleh makan terus :)

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  13. So pretty and tasty! And they got the kiddies' seal of approval!

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  14. my husband like melty caramel so damn much.. ;-)

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  15. Do you know is it halal or not ? If yes. i realy wanna try

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