3 Best-selling Japanese Fizzy Soda Candies
I have never seen the ranking consisting only of Japanese fizzy soda candies yet, but I think I know what Japanese soda candies are standard and popular since I was born and raised in Japan. Even though there are not any rankings of that kind, I think the number of customer reviews shows the popularity of a product. Besides, even now I see some Japanese fizzy candies I used to enjoy in my childhood being sold at supermarkets.
3 Best-selling Japanese fizzy soda candies
Therefore, putting all this together, I judged the popularity. Based on my judgement, today I want to introduce 3 best-selling Japanese fizzy soda candies.
Asahi – Mitsuya Cider Candy
|Mitsuya Cider Candy 136g ~ 6 bags|
Asahi Mitsuya Cider Candy is a popular Japanese soda candy that reproduces the flavor and taste of Mitsuya Cider. Mitsuya Cider is a long-selling soda pop being produced by Asahi, a leading Japanese food compony. With a good reputation, the beverage is one of the most popular fizzy drinks in Japan. The Mitsuya Cider Candy has a taste like Mitsuya Cider drinks and a slow fizz that lasts the entire time. The product includes 4 flavors (soda pop, grape, peach, and a limited-time flavor).
Morinaga – Ramune Fizzy Soda Candy
|Ramune Fizzy Soda Candy 0.91 Oz.|
Ramune drinks are unique Japanese soda pop that are popular even in the world. Just like Mitsuya Cider Candy, Morinaga Ramune Soda Candy is a fizzy candy that reproduces the taste of Ramune soda pop. This Japanese fizzy soda candy has a long history and is one of the most famous sweet treats in Japan. It is also one of my favorite candies. In fact, I sometimes have a craving for the fizzy candy. This fizzy soda candy is cheap and known as a Dagashi candy in Japan, so it is especially popular with children.
Pine – Awadama
|Awadama 120gX10 bags|
The product name, “Awadama (あわだま)” loosely means “fizzy balls” in Japanese. This product is also well-known as a classic Dagashi candy in Japan. When I was a kid, I loved this Japanese fizzy soda candy and used to suck on it. Even now it is loved by many Japanese. Awadama candy has a juicy, refreshing taste and features its addicting fizzy sensation. This product includes 3 flavors (apple, pineapple, and grape). A Japanese confectionery company well-known for its long-selling pineapple candy, Pine (パイン) is producing it.