Type VI choledochal cysts or cystic duct dilatation cysts are a relatively new and rare condition. We report the case of a 35-year-old man who presented with a history of recurrent episodes of epigastrium pain. Magnetic resonance cholangiography revealed a cyst lodged between the cystic duct and the right anterior sectoral bile duct. He underwent a laparoscopic right anterior sectorectomy with cholecystectomy. Pathological examination revealed a cyst with a fibrous wall, dense chronic inflammatory infiltration, lined by columnar epithelium. Due to its rarity, the diagnosis is often made intraoperatively. The treatment of cystic duct cysts includes cholecystectomy, complete cyst excision, recontinuity of the common bile duct. Type VI choledochal cysts are extremely rare. Preoperative diagnosis, using either magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography or endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography, is vital to prevent postoperative complications. Treatment of this type of cysts includes cholecystectomy and complete cyst excision and biliary-enteric reconstruction if necessary.