Mt Fuji’s Natural Mineral Water Drink with Silica

This time, I got you a natural mineral water drink from Mt Fuji, Japan’s most loved mountain, that may intrigue and attract foreign tourists.

As always, I found the product (named Fuji Sun Sui) at a Welcia drugstore, which was unfamiliar to me, and I wanted to know about it.

Fuji Sun Sui Silica Water from Mt Fuji

Fuji Sun Sui

The clear bottle of the Fuji Sun Sui mineral water from Mt Fuji is thin and tall, besides stylish, making it easily recognizable from its counterparts. 

The name of Mt Fuji is compelling, and its natural mineral water sounds quite appealing, but the product (500 ml) only cost me 68 yen.

Fuji Sun Sui Natural Mineral Water from Mt Fuji

This water is from a company named Fuji no Gensui (富士の源水), based near Yamanaka Lake in Yamanashi, situated at the foot of Mt Fuji, and is available on their online store

They offer this mineral water to the market without heat/chlorine sterilization, and it contains silica (17 mg per liter) and hydrogen carbonate ion (48 mg/L) that supports your health.

Natural Mineral Water from Mt Fuji

The natural mineral water from Mt Fuji is soft water with a hardness of about 39 mg/L.

It is fresh with no distinctive taste and very easy to drink, and I think the product has a great potential to become a favorite gift/souvenir among foreign customers.

Ingredients/Nutrition Facts

Fuji Sun Sui Mt Fuji Natural Mineral Water Ingredients Nutrition Facts Calories

Ingredients
Water (mineral water)

Nutritional Values

Nutritional Values per 100 ml
Calories 0 kcal
Protein 0 g
Fat 0 g
Carbohydrates 0 g
Salt equivalents 0 g
Potassium 0.11 mg
Calcium 1.01 mg
Magnesium 0.35 mg

Tomo

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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