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8 Warabimochi Shops In Singapore, Including Japan-Famous Chains

15th May 2024

Where to buy warabimochi in Singapore


It seems like the mochi trend is here to stay for a while longer. In this guide, we’ve rounded up the best warabimochi shops in Singapore, from a famous Japanese chain to an online store with free delivery.

In case you didn’t know, warabimochi is different from regular mochi, as it’s made with the starch of the bracken plant—also known as warabi—instead of glutinous rice or mochi flour, resulting in a softer, more jelly-like texture.

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1. Warabimochi Kamakura


warabimochi kamakura - mochi in box

Japan-famous Warabimochi Kamakura made waves when they arrived on our shores in February at One Holland Village. Now, the popular chain boasts three outlets islandwide, including one at Taste Orchard and another at Takashimaya Shopping Centre. You can get their warabimochi in a 2-Piece Cup ($3.90),  5-Piece Box ($7.90) or 10-Piece Box ($14.90). There’s also the option of enjoying it with Ice Cream ($5.90) and kuromitsu syrup AKA Okinawan black sugar syrup. FYI: the warabimochi here is made with 100% bracken starch, resulting in a smoother and lighter texture.

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Warabimochi Kamakura is not a halal-certified eatery.

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2. Maru Mochi 


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Another Japan-famous chain that’s just arrived in Singapore is Maru Mochi. Also known as Maruamami in Hokkaido, the popular brand has launched physical stores at Bugis Junction and Jurong Point! Try their Warabimochi ($4.80 for six pieces), available in three flavours: MatchaKinako, and Black Sesame. These come in a small cup, with soft warabimochi chunks coated in the flavour of your choice. You can also double the portion and get the 12-piece box for $8.80 if you’re buying them to share.

Read our Maru Mochi review!

Bugis outlet
Address: 200 Victoria Street, #B1-12A, Bugis Junction, Singapore 188021
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 8pm

Jurong outlet
Address: 67 Jurong West Central 3, #B1-85, Jurong Point, Singapore 648333
Opening Hours: Daily 11am to 8pm

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Maru Mochi is not a halal-certified eatery but uses no pork or lard.

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3. 108 Matcha Saro


Warabi mochi on a platter

108 Matcha Saro is a popular matcha specialty chain from Hokkaido that first opened at Suntec City in 2019. They’re most known for their Matcha Warabimochi, priced at $14.20 for a sharing-sized box, and made with premium Uji matcha powder. There’s also the option of getting a mixed box of Kinako and Matcha Warabimochi at $15.20 if you want variety! Besides having them on their own, you can enjoy them in the form of a dessert parfait too.

Website | Full list of outlets
108 Matcha Saro is not a halal-certified eatery, but does not use pork or lard.


4. Don Don Donki


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Image credit: @lohnoms

For affordable and accessible warabimochi, check out Don Don Donki! You can get a box of Kinako Warabimochi at just $5.90, great for sharing or indulging on your own. Depending on which outlet you visit and the time you arrive, you might be able to find other flavours such as matcha, too.

For more sweets at the Japanese supermarket, read our guide to the best desserts at Don Don Donki!

Website | Full list of outlets
Don Don Donki is not a halal-certified eatery.

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5. Waga Waga Den 


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You can enjoy your warabimochi in an aesthetic space at Waga Waga Den, a chio Japanese coffee bar in town. Their Warabimochi ($10) is drenched in kuromitsu AKA black sugar syrup and kinako powder for the perfect balance between sweet and nutty. It’s said to be soft and chewy with the right amount of sweetness, making it the perfect complement to the cafe’s robust coffee.

Check out our Waga Waga Den review!

Address: 38 Beach Road, #01-14, South Beach Tower, Singapore 189767
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am to 3:30pm, Sat 12pm to 4pm
Website
Waga Waga Den is not a halal-certified eatery.

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6. Sun with Moon 


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Sun with Moon at Wheelock Place is a popular Japanese restaurant that also has a sister outlet in JEM, called Sun with Moon Light. At the former, you can get their Homemade Warabi Mochi ($7.80++), accompanied by roasted soy bean powder and brown sugar syrup on the side. It’s the perfect way to end your meal on a sweet note! Besides warabimochi, you’ll also find other desserts such as Matcha Ice Cream ($5++) and Tofu Cheesecake Parfait ($11.80++), served with various toppings including ice cream and cornflakes.

Address: 501 Orchard Road, #03 -15 Wheelock Place, Singapore 238880
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 2:45pm, 3pm to 5:15pm, 5:30pm to 9:30pm
Tel: 6733 6636
Website
Sun with Moon is not a halal-certified eatery.

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7. Spuds and Soda


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Image credit: @thefluffypao

For cute warabimochi cubes that you can enjoy in the comfort of your home, look no further than Spuds and Soda. This online store offers handmade warabimochi in an assortment of flavours; get the Fruity Fanatics Cubes ($6.80 for eight, $11.20 for 16), which come in four fruity flavours, or go with the more traditional Nihon Classics Cubes ($7.20 for eight, $12 for 16): Kinako Kokuto, Matcha, Houjicha and Black Sesame warabimochi cubes.

Pick-up is at 121 Kim Tian Place, a short walk from Tiong Bahru MRT Sation. Otherwise, for a limited time only, enjoy free delivery with a minimum order of $48 instead of the usual $60!

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Spuds and Soda is not a halal-certified eatery.


8. Hvala 



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Hvala‘s Craig Road cafe offers house-made warabimochi that you can enjoy alongside your matcha beverages. The Kinako Warabimochi ($8++) comes with kinako powder and Japanese kuromitsu, but there’s also an interesting Yuzu Warabimochi ($8++) that features citrus-infused mochi instead. For something more sinful, top up $3.80++ for a scoop of goma or matcha gelato!

If you’re in town, check out Hvala’s Takashimaya store instead!

Address: 40 Craig Road, Singapore 089678
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 12pm to 9:30pm
Website
Hvala is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Best warabimochi shops in Singapore


Now that you know where to get warabimochi in Singapore, it’s time to round up your dessert-loving friends for a mochi party!

For more sweet treats, check out our guide to the best ice cream and waffle spots in Singapore. Otherwise, we’ve also got our best old-school waffles guide if you want something more traditional!

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