The latest Japanese Quarter in town!

Hear ye! Hear Ye! If you like all things Japanese (except for women, calm down you naughty boys! I know who you are!), then you must, must, must go to the latest baby project (I know that’s deceiving but there is a reason) in town. I was too busy to attend the opening ceremony and only finally managed to avoid the bustling crowds by going last evening, but crap! It was still bustling! It’s like suddenly all the people have moved upwards sneakily to that 6th floor of the mall. It is doing so well that competitors have been coming to ILLEGALLY take photographs for their own commercial consumption. If I were copied, I would only be proud……

The place has good Japanese food although I didn’t see the over big deal about that famous Japanese Ramen with BABI. OK, maybe because it has BABI that everyone is excited about it? It was good BABI.

They had Japanese bubble tea for all you bubble tea fans. Prices were not excessive – about RM4-6 per drink. I’m not a hard core bubble tea addict so I can’t say if I’m giving you apple for apple. But I’m certainly more trusting of the Japanese than the Taiwanese, no offense! I only have more Japanese friends so my loyalty lies there.

There is also Japanese crepes, Japanese accessories (and jewelery), Japanese DAISO, Japanese Bonsai, Japanese beauty products, Japanese Mochi Sweets (yay! yum!), Japanese Shiseido Hair Salon, Japanese snacks, Japanese Ice-Cream,  Japanese Hot Pot steamboat, Japanese camera shop, Japanese Time Shop, Japanese toy garden (collectible toys), several Japanese eateries and even a Japanese travel agent! Go, go, go!

There is this one particular shop that had Hello Kitty and T2 went crazy in there. How could we leave without buying the ever girlie Hello Kitty stuff for baby girl? There were also other cool, cool stationery that got T1 excited. Me too! And then the Hubs went round all the shops telling them:



Yes, he really did that.

Who is Mamapumpkin?
Mamapumpkin spent 7 years in London committing crimes to gain her Bartlett BSc in Architecture. She spent 7 years as a Stay At Home Mom raising her children as documented in this Mamapumpkin blog since over 10 years ago and thereafter returned to the Corporate World stronger than ever. Her last job as Country Director of a British Railway Signalling organisation saw her getting ill with an aortal and mitral heart valve regurgitation and early stage cancer. Through her journey from working to not working to working again, she sets out to prove to all women that they can do anything and everything that they set out to do; as long as they have that fire of desire burning within and the drive to work hard. Even better with oodles of love, passion and integrity.

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  1. Hi pretty mom, where is this place you are talking about? Issit midv? And when will this end?

  2. WAH..upfront embarrassing…how dare ur hubs said that?
    U tell him..I.m using my own money..
    His money is your money
    Your money is your money
    Conclusion..ur OWN MONEY.

  3. Lucky you to be able to even get there. I still haven’t seen Tokyo street. To think it was only a 2 minute walk away during lunch. Sigh!

  4. I worked opposite it and refrain myself from going to that building… and wah, your hubby so daring ah..

  5. now you got me all excited. i wanna go check out the babi ramen, the steamboat, stationery, etc. i bet the daiso is huge there? ok, i wonder if Peggy has checked it out already since there’s a HK shop!

  6. so funny your hb. The last time we were there (almost kosong because no one prob know this place exist yet when it first opened), i was running around madly while hubby’s face turned so black can’t wait to leave that place. He said, lots of radiation up there since everything comes from Japan, sigh…

  7. my hubs won’t even let me go near to that mall! he says parking is damn expensive and is BANNED!

    but of course, i can sneak in on my own..

  8. ahh…i just had a bowl of the babi ramen ystd lunch. while i hv no complaint abt it, the babi tasted darn good (can’t wait for a chance to try the cheek portion coz they were sold out again ystd)…the hubs said it was the most freaking expensive (wantan mee+maggi mee)-texture like ramen. My fussy pot wasn’t impressive at all & said Ichiban’s ramen is more worth the price, LOL!! but i must return to try the crepe, ice-cream, bubble tea, mochi & the other don restaurant!!

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