The Green Alien Mochi (read our review here) has become a staple snack at Tokyo Disney Resort since it made its debut years ago. These cute little dumplings are a pounded rice cake and each filled with different delicious cream (custard, chocolate, and strawberry).
Finding these little delicious dumplings is a tad confusing. So, I’ve gone and found where these delicious little green alien mochi are sold at Tokyo Disney Resort.
Updated: May 5, 2019
Green Alien Mochi at Tokyo DisneySea
You’ll find the little green alien mochi at the following spots in Tokyo DisneySea:
- Mama Biscotti’s Bakery in the Mediterranean Harbor
- Food cart in front of the S.S. Columbia
Mama Biscotti’s Bakery has the special Claw souvenier case (shown below).
This case for the Green Alien Mochi at Tokyo DisneySea is just too perfect! The Pixar (Luxo) ball is lemon cream, while the Green Aliens are chocolate and strawberry.
— Chris Explorer (@tdrexplorer) January 10, 2019
On busy days, the Green Alien Mochi are known to sell out for the day. It’s best to get them in the morning or early afternoon. If you need to ask a Cast Member where they are you can say “little green maw-n.” If you’re not visiting Tokyo DisneySea, don’t worry. They’re also available at Tokyo Disneyland!
Green Alien Mochi at Tokyo Disneyland
Over at Tokyo Disneyland, you’ll find the green alien mochi at the following spots in Tomorrowland:
- Pan Galactic Pizza Port
- Soft Landing
Both of which have the popular Claw Machine souvenier case!
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