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With the world’s highest number of vending machines per capita, there’s no denying that Japan specializes in offering a vast variety of drinks served at the perfect hot or cold temperature for your seasonal preference. Although Japan also sells Coca-Cola and Pepsi, Japanese soda delivers more intriguing flavors. Coke has released lemon-, ginger-, and cherry-blossom-flavored Coke along with gorgeous limited-edition bottles of said Sakura Coke. Ramune is a classic soda in Japan still sold in old-fashioned codd-neck bottles that you literally pop open before enjoying the current unique flavors that Japan offers. Japanese soda is not only delicious and has a variety of interesting flavors, but, for the most part, are not as sugar-packed as Western soft drinks.
Although originally created in the U.S., Japanese Fanta has a huge following for its many unique and exclusive flavors like tropical mango, yuzu, Japanese tangerine, and plum.
Better known as Calpico outside of Japan, Calpis is an iconic Japanese yogurty soft drink. Originally sold in a concentrated form, you can now find the diluted version in fruit flavors like apple, white peach, melon, and grape.
Ramune is a traditional Japanese soda that comes in fun, old-fashioned codd-neck bottles. Originally only in lemon-lime flavor, you can now find unique flavors such as watermelon, cream stew, kimchi, and mango.