Fujiya Milky: Best Japanese Condensed Milk Candy

Well-known for its mascot character “Peko-Chan”, “Fujiya (不二家)” is a long-established, leading Japanese food company founded in 1910.

Fujiya Milky

And originally, Pekochan was created as a fictional young girl character for the product “Fujiya Milky” released in 1951.

Fujiya Milky Candy

The product, Fujiya Milky consists of sweetened condensed milk candies with a hard, chewy texture, individually wrapped in colorful lovely paper wrappers.

Fujiya Milky Condensed Milk Candy

By pulling both sides of the paper wrapper simultaneously, you can easily take out the white milk candy from the paper.

Fujiya Milky Milk Soft Candy

It is said that the Milky candy was developed so that mothers can give sweets to their children without worries.


Specifically, based on the official website of Fujiya, the Fujiya Milky candy has features as follows.

  1. Fresh cream produced in Hokkaido is used in the milk candy to enrich the taste
  2. The milk candy is free from artificial flavoring and colors
  3. Mt.Fuji’s natural water is used in the production process
  4. The milk candy is made with carefully selected starch syrup, which makes the aftertaste refreshing


Fujiya Milky Milk Candy

Fujiya Milky is literally so milky but not overly sweet. Right after you put it in the mouth, you will feel the candy quite hard. But gradually the candy ball gets softer and melts away.


Fujiya Milky Candy Ingredients

Lastly, let’s see the ingredient list on the back of the package. It says that the Fujiya Milky candy consists of starch syrup, sweetened condensed milk, sugar (Johakuto), fresh cream, vegetable oil, milk, salt, and emulsifier.


The condensed milk candy, Fujiya Milky is admittedly one of the best and most beloved milk candies in Japan. Since it is a reliable safe product, it can be recommended as a sweet treat for children.


Hi, I'm Tomo, a Japanese blogger living in Niigata Prefecture, Japan. For the purpose of enriching your life, I would like to introduce things about Japan on this blog, especially unique Japanese products, cooking recipes, cultures, and facts and trivia.

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