Ramune Mochi: Seika Foods’ Soft Chewy Mochi Candy

Recently, an unfamiliar candy that I had never tried named Ramune Mochi (ラムネもち) caught my eye at my go-to 7-Eleven.

After checking the package, I found it from Seika Foods, a food maker based in Kagoshima Prefecture on Kyushu Island, known for Bontan Ame, and grabbed one for its novelty factor.

Ramune Mochi Candy

Seika Foods Ramune Mochi Candy

The Ramune Mochi candy seems like a variant of Bontan Ame because they have similarities.

Ramune Mochi Candy wrapped in Wafer Sheet

First, as you can see in the photo, the maker wraps the Ramune (ラムネ) flavor candy in a wafer sheet, as in Bontan Ame.

Ramune Mochi Candy Cut Section

Second, these Mochi-like Mochigashi (餅菓子) treats are almost as soft & chewy as Bontan Ame and even contain Bontan/pomelo juice.

Ramune Mochi Candy from Seika Foods

The emerald green candy is also as yummy as Bontan Ame, but I like this one more because of the Ramune flavor.

The combination of Ramune and Mochigashi is unique and very Japanese, plus the fusion is so good that I can recommend this to every Japanese snack lover.

Ingredients/Nutrition Facts

Seika Foods Ramune Mochi Candy Ingredients Nutrition Facts Label

Starch syrup, Sugar, Maltose, Mochi-Gome glutinous rice, Wafer sheet, Bontan pomelo juice, Concentrated Satsuma mandarin juice, Starch, Acidifier, Gelling agent (Curdlan), Flavoring, Gardenia blue pigment, Soy emulsifier

Nutritional Values

Nutritional Values per 100 Grams
Calories 344 kcal
Protein 1.0 g
Fat 0 g
Carbohydrates 84.3 g
Salt Equivalents 0.6 g

(Reference Page: Seika Foods ラムネもち )


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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