The top 5 mochis adresses not to miss


Japanese pastry will never be a bad idea, whether it's a rainy or sunny day, mochis will always be the best of your day. This Japanese dessert made from sticky rice, sugar and water has a delicious center that will revolutionize your taste buds. This traditional Japanese pastry has various shapes and flavors that are usually accompanied by matcha tea.

So if you wanna know a little bit more about mochis and Japanese pastry, join us!


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1. La maison du mochi:


Do you want to eat mochis in a place that will transport you to Japan?. La maison du mochi is the right place for you, they have an amazing versatility in their mochis and their flavors, you'll find yourself wanting to try all the mochis in the store. They have eight types of mochis: anko (red bean paste), yuzu-lemon, almond, pink, black sesame, hazelnut, matcha and mochi of the month.

The best thing about la maison du mochi is that you can enjoy your mochis with some of their various and delicious teas.


🗺️ 120 rue du Turenne, 75003 / 39 rue du Cherche-Midi, 75006

⏱️ Tuesday to Sunday (11:00 am to 07:30 pm)

🚇 120 rue du Turenne (Metro Filles du Calvaire, line 8) / (Metro Oberkampf, line 9 and 5)/(Bus 96, stop Bretagne) 🚇 39 rue du Cherche-Midi (Metro Sèvres-Babylone, line 10 and 12) / (Metro Montparnasse-Bienvenüe, line 6)/(Bus 82, stop Maine - Vaugirard) / (Bus 86, Sèvres - Babylone




2. Toraya:


Toraya is a place full of history, every corner of this shop and tea room tells us a different and enriching story. Toraya is one of the oldest Japanese pastries in Paris, opened in 1980 intending to promote Japanese culture and history.


This shop offers different Japanese pastries depending on the season and is made with artisanal know-how. Please join us on this journey to Japan through the mochis!


🗺️ 10 rue Saint-Florentin, 75001

⏱️ Monday to Saturday / except holidays (11:00 am to 07:00 pm)

🚇 Metro Concorde (line 1, 8 and 12) / Metro Madeleine (line 8, 12 and 14) / Bus 42, stop Concorde Royale / Bus 25, stop Madeleine.



3. Ogata:


Artesanal mochis = pleasure. Ogata Paris offers you different types of mochis that will change each season. Their main goal is to reflect the Japanese sensibility with their soft and revolutionary flavors. Ogata not only has a huge variety of mochis, but it is also a restaurant that will give you an unforgettable experience full of different flavors and unforgettable smells.


Still, have no money to go to Japan? Relax, you can go to Ogata, I can assure you that you will be transported immediately to Japan! It's great, we know it.


🗺️ 16 rue Debelleyme, 75003

⏱️ Wednesday to Sunday (12:00 am to 07:00 pm)

🚇 Metro Saint-Sébastien - Froissart (line 8) / Metro Oberkampf (line 5 and 9) / Bus 91, stop Saint-Claude




4. Tomo:


Tomo is the place where France and Japan meet, with two chefs in charge, one french and one Japanese, Tomo is the place where the culture and the know-how of both countries come together to give us the most unique mochis with a french touch.

Their goal?: to offer a real artisanal product, that's gonna respect the cycle of the seasons and also to offer the most authentic and honest Japanese pastries. We leave you the task of knowing if they succeeded in their goal. We look forward to hearing everything you'll tell us!



🗺️ 11 rue Chabanais, 75002 / 16 rue Grégoire de tours, 75006

⏱️ Every day from 12:00pm to 07:00pm

🚇Metro Quatre-Septembre or pyramides, line 3, 14 and 10) / Bus 39, stop Sainte-Anne - Petits Champs / Bus 20, stop Richelieu- 4 Septembre



5. Aki :


Last but not least: Aki boulangerie, this Japanese pastry has taken care of making the perfect mochi with ingredients completely produced in France. Aki boulangerie share the history of Japan through its mochis and all the culture that you can find in them.

Please do yourself a favour and run to Aki boulangerie!


🗺️ 16 rue Sainte-Anne, 75001

⏱️ Monday to Saturday (08:00 am to 07:00 pm)

🚇 Metro Quatre-Septembre (line 3) / Metro Pyramides (line 7) / Metro Palais-Royal - Musée du Louvre (line 1)



Question time! Do you know another place of mochis that we should try? Please leave us to taste and share this precious information!










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