Hawaii Mom Blog: Fresh Mochi At Puck's Alley




May 24, 2023

Fresh Mochi At Puck's Alley

Kansai Yamato, known for their pillowy soft chi chi dango, assorted daifuku, and obanyaki (pancake-filled pastries), has a new home in Puck's Alley near the University of Hawaii.  They used to be located in Moanalua 99 in Mapunapuna, until the entire building was vacated to make way for a new Home Depot.

You can find their mochi in select Times Supermarkets, Sam's Club, Don Quijote, Marukai, Longs/CVS, and Nijiya, but this location in Puck's Alley is where the mochi is made.  

When you walk into the store, you can see the mochi being made. 

Everything is handmade!

The daifuku comes with different fillings: peanut butter, red bean, sesame, sweet potato.

They also make an assortment of Ohbanyaki with various fillings (Vanilla Custard, Sweet Potato, Red Bean) ...

and bite-sized Taiyaki Dun. 

Chi chi dango platters are in high demand right now, due to graduation season.

Yuki Ichigos is one of my favorite items that they make. I love the combination of strawberry and cream!

I bought a couple of these individually packaged Fruit Daifuku for my co-workers.

And some chocolate peanut butter mochi for my mid-afternoon snack.

They use crunchy peanut butter! There are also mini chocolate chips mixed into the peanut butter!

If you're thirsty,  you're in luck. They have a small menu of hot, iced, and Frappe drinks!

Current Hours: Open Daily 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The first hour of parking in the Puck's Alley parking lot is FREE!



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