The Best Japanese Gummy Candy for me

I’m fond of trying new products of gummy candy that have come out one after another.

In terms of the characteristic of gummies, many people will say that the treats are chewy in general.

In fact, most Japanese gummies have a chewy texture, though, strictly speaking, they differ in chewiness.

Meanwhile, some gummy candies have a texture that isn’t chewy, which includes the best Japanese gummy candy for me.

My Best Japanese Gummy Candy

My Best Japanese Gummy Candy Kororo Grape

I love tart springy gummies like Shigekix, but the one I like the most is Kororo (コロロ), which is soft and delightfully fruity.

First introduced in 2014 by UHA Mikakuto (UHA味覚糖), Kororo has today gained tremendous popularity because of its addictive texture and taste.


Kororo Gummy Grape

These Kororo gummies look like grape grains, and their textures are very close.

The treat is made with concentrated fruit juice and uses the same amount of grape juice as an actual grain.

The inside is soft, but the firm film of collagen covering it makes the overall candy much like a grape grain.

Kororo Gummy has a great taste and texture unlike any other, which grabbed my heart and made the candy become my favorite.

Ingredients/Nutrition Facts

UHA Mikakuto Kororo Grape Gummy Candy ingredients

High-fructose corn syrup, Sugar, Starch syrup, Concentrated grape juice, Collagen, Vegetable oil/fat, Grape extract, Red grape fermented extract, Glycerin, Gelling agent (Polysaccharide thickener), Acidifier, Dipotassium hydrogen phosphate, Flavoring, Potassium citrate, Brightener, Cellulose, Stabilizer (CMC), Calcium lactate (Partially including Beef and Gelatin)

Nutritional Values

Nutritional Values per Bag (48 Grams)
Calories 126 kcal
Protein 0.9 g
Fat 0 g
Carbohydrates 32.5 g
Salt Equivalents 0.01 g

(Reference Page: UHA Mikakuto Kororo Grape )


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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