Lalaport BBCC KL opened on the 20th and we’re all super excited! Occupying a large site where Pudu Prison was once located, the project is a joint venture between Mitsui Fudosan, a leading global real estate company headquartered in Tokyo, and Bukit Bintang City Centre. This teamwork in Japanese and Malaysian companies also means a merge in all the latest trends between Japan and Malaysia! With new and exciting Japanese stores for Malaysians to enjoy, Lalaport BBCC KL might just be the place to go if you’re missing Japan.
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7 Stores To Visit At Lalaport KL If You Miss Japan
Hailing from Japan, this furniture & interior speciality store has over 640 stores in Asia and the United States, with the majority of them being in Japan. Offering inspiring designs and affordable pricing for home furniture, head over to Nitori to create your own stylish and contemporary home!
Japan’s very own digital & home appliance speciality store is now in Malaysia! With electrical home appliances, electronic items, furniture and furnishings, step into Nojima to feel like you’re right back in Japan.In collaboration with Courts Malaysia, Nojima has a wide range of top-quality Japanese-inspired products that’ll leave your house looking polished and new!
3. JONETZ by DON DON DONKI
The famous DON DON DONKI is back with its speciality store in Lalaport KL! It’s got all sorts of Japanese products that you can’t get in Malaysia.
4. Coo & Riku
Japan’s largest pet shop is opening its doors to Malaysians at Lalaport KL! With an attached cat cafe and 50 various breeds of some of the most adorable cats, you’ll be absolutely in love.
5. Matcha Eight
In an exclusive partnership with Michelin-starred Master Chef Takuji Takahashi, MATCHA EIGHT is Malaysia’s first premium Japanese tea ice cream store! Made with the finest single-origin tea powder imported from Kyoto, Matcha Eight’s artisanal 100% natural Japanese tea ice cream will transport you back to Japan in just a bite.