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Japanese candy and gummies come in a wide variety of shapes, flavors, and chewiness for your enjoyment. Typically, Japanese gummy candy is soft on the teeth and is also often packaged in a resealable bag to retain its freshness. Japan is known for its remarkably inventive flavors, and this is seen quite extensively in the candy and gummy snack variety. Some come in common fruit flavors, while others come in seasonal fruit or region-specific flavors. Notable brands are Meiji, Kasugai, Kanro, and Lotte.
Probably the single most famous chewing candy brand in Japan, Hi-Chew comes in juicy flavors such as Chardonnay white grape, sour lemon, and blood orange.
First introduced in 1913, Milk Caramels are one of the most iconic Japanese snacks around. One bite of the rich and creamy caramel goodness will make you understand why this continues to be one of the best-selling snacks in Japan.
Popular with both kids and adults alike, Puccho's tasty soft candy comes with small and flavorful gummy bits, and some even have fizzy soda balls. Of course, this being Japan, there are local flavors that are unique to certain regions of Japan such as Yubari Melon (native to Hokkaido in the north), Tokyo Banana (a famous Tokyo souvenir treat), and Kyushu Strawberry (from the island of Kyushu in Southern Japan).