Our editors searched Japanese e-commerce sites (such as Amazon, Rakuten, and Yahoo Shopping) and supermarkets and convenience stores for the best Japanese gummies. We then chose the 25 most popular products and taste-tested them.
We’re suckers for taste; we mainly looked at flavor and mouthfeel, though we took things like calories and nutrients–whether it contained vitamin C for skin and hair, for example–into account. We then compiled everything we learned into a buying guide about and list of the best Japanese gummies available online.
Top 25 Best Japanese Gummies to Buy Online
We gathered a group of editors and taste-tested the gummies. We graded them on their chewiness, sweetness, and sourness. We also considered how faithfully they replicated flavor–if a cola-flavored gummy really tasted like cola, for example–and how satisfied we were after eating a single piece (what we call “one-piece satisfaction”).
Then, based on how they performed on our tests, we graded and ranked the top 25 Japanese gummies available online.
※Japanese prices for the products are given; they’ve merely been converted into USD for easy viewing.
1. Kanro Juré Puré Gummy (Grape)
Best Liquid Centers: Bursting with Both the Juiciness and Fragrance of Grapes
Kanro’s Juré Puré packs more juice than the original Puré gummies. The mouthfeel is amazing–you get the firm, but not tough, snap of the gummies, followed by the slow seeping of the liquid center.
Though the English on the packaging only reads “Grape Gummy,” the official flavor is Yamanashi Pione. Just like the real fruit, the gummies were rich and fragrant. Even the grainy coating was flavorful. Though a single granule was small, when we popped it into our mouths, we could taste the grape.
|Japanese||カンロ ジュレピュレ 山梨ピオーネ||Flavor||Grape|
|Texture||Soft||Calories||12 kcal (per 3.5 g piece)|
|g per Pack||66 g||Grain Coating?||Yes|
|Zip Lock?||Yes||Overall Score||4.8|
2. meiji Kajyu Gummy (Grape)
Best Traditional Gummies: Condensed Grapes in a Plush, Chewy Body
Let us tell you this: meiji’s Kajyu gummies have been around for over 30 years for a reason. Each gummy is packed with 100% fruit juice. The candy tasted just like condensed grapes, earning the brand a whopping 4.9 for faithfulness of flavor.
There was no powdery coating to either add to or detract from the experience. Texture was smooth and just a bit on the softer side for a gummy. Kajyu is the best if all you want is a quality, no-frills chewing bonanza.
|Japanese||明治 果汁グミ ぶどう||Flavor||Grape|
|Texture||Soft||Calories||167 kcal (per 51 g)|
|g per Pack||51 g||Grain Coating?||No|
|Zip Lock?||Yes||Overall Score||4.8|
3. Bourbon Fettuccine Gummy (Italian Grape)
Best Chewy Gummies: Combines the Bite of Al Dente Pasta with the Sour Sweetness of Grapes
Bourbon’s Fettuccine gummies are famous for their shape. They’re thin and flat–based off of pasta, actually. Texture-wise, there was some bite to it; the packaging compares mouthfeel to “the bounce-back of al dente.” We could feel the gummy resist the first 2 or 3 chews, before slowly getting worn down and torn apart.
The candy is flavored by juice from Cabernet Sauvignon grapes and tasted authentic. The fruitiness was further complemented by the sour coating, resulting in a delicate balance of flavors.
|Japanese||ブルボン フェットチーネグミ イタリアングレープ||Flavor||Grape|
|Texture||Quite Firm||Calories||165 kcal (per 50 g)|
|g per Pack||50 g||Grain Coating?||Yes|
|Zip Lock?||Yes||Overall Score||4.2|
4. meiji Poifull
The Best Jelly Bean Gummies: Addicting Balance of Sweet and Sour
Poifull’s another tried and true brand that has been around since 1993. We picked the main assortment of flavors to try: raspberry, green apple, lemon, and grape.
These didn’t taste like fruit–we got some of the artificial sugariness of nickel-store candy. However, as fans of Poifull (or SweeTARTS) will know, there’s this ideal balance of sweet and sour that’s hopelessly addicting. And because all the flavors kind of meld together, it’s a good brand to eat by the handful.
While Poifull is considered a gummy in Japan, in the States, we’d probably call them jelly beans. The shell is thinner than that of your typical Jelly Bellies, but there’s a satisfying pop to it. The gummy insides, while just a bit chewy, don’t stick to your teeth and snap cleanly in half.
|Japanese||明治ポイフル||Flavor||Raspberry, Green Apple, Lemon, Grape|
|Texture||Soft||Calories||187 kcal (per 53 g)|
|g per Pack||53 g||Grain Coating?||No|
|Zip Lock?||–||Overall Score||4.0|
5. meiji Cola Up Splash Gummy
Best Soda-Flavored Gummies: Grainy Coating Recreates the Fizz and Sourness of Coke
Cola Up Splash is basically Cola Up, but with a grainy coating. The pop of this coating recreated some of the fizziness of soda, and it was sour, which balanced out (what we thought was) the overpowering sweetness of the original Cola Up.
The candy was still sticky-sweet, and we felt sickened after eating one too many–but just a single piece offers up a lot of satisfaction.
|Texture||Firm||Calories||338 kcal (per 100 g)|
|g per Pack||100 g||Grain Coating?||Yes|
|Zip Lock?||Yes||Overall Score||4.0|
6. meiji GOCHI Gummy (Sweet and Sour Grape)
The Most Satisfying Mouthfeel: Large Granules and Gummies that Burst in Your Mouth
meiji’s GOCHI gummies are coated in large granules. At first bite, they crunch under your teeth and hit you with a clear sourness. However, the mellow juiciness of grapes washes over your taste buds soon afterwards.
A single gummy was quite big and afforded a lot of satisfaction. Texture was firm but the candy not difficult to chew. Actually, it burst under our teeth in the most satisfying way.
|Japanese||明治 GOCHIグミ 甘ずっぱいグレープ||Flavor||Grape|
|Texture||Firm||Calories||174 kcal (per 52 g)|
|g per Pack||52 g||Grain Coating?||Yes|
|Zip Lock?||Yes||Overall Score||4.0|
7. Kanro Candemina Gummy (Super Best – Grape Soda, Cider, and Cola)
The Firmest Gummies: The Body Keeps You Chewing and the Grains Keep You Crunching
Kanro’s Candemina gummies are known for their weird, wavy shape and incredible bite. The were the chewiest of all the gummies we tested; we chomped on a piece 5, 6 times before it showed any signs of wearing down. The crunch of the coating only made gnawing more satisfying.
There were three flavors in the variety pack we tried: grape soda, cider, and cola. We could taste the difference between the separate flavors, which were light and refreshing, neither too sweet nor too sour.
|Japanese||カンロ カンデミーナグミスーパーベスト||Flavor||Grape Soda, Cider, Cola|
|Texture||Firm||Calories||7.2 kcal (per 2.2 g piece)|
|g per Pack||72 g||Grain Coating?||Yes|
|Zip Lock?||Yes||Overall Score||3.8|
8. UHA Mikakuto Kororo Grape
The Most Authentic Mouthfeel: Thin, Snappy Peel Bursting with Grape Juice
UHA Mikakuto’s Kororo is famous for its unique mouthfeel. Each gummy is wrapped in a thin peel–much like the peel on a grape. When your teeth snap through the peel, a thick, fragrant ooze of melted grape seeps through your mouth. It’s sweet and sticky but quite authentic overall.
But Kororo has both its fans and detractors. Some think the peel, thinly stretched over the mushy inside and twisted shut at the ends, make the candy all the more “grape-y.” But others find it to be messy and the texture unpleasant.
|Japanese||UHA味覚糖 コロロ グレープ||Flavor||Grape|
|Texture||Soft||Calories||129 kcal (per 48 g)|
|g per Pack||48 g||Grain Coating?||No|
|Zip Lock?||Yes||Overall Score||3.5|
9. meiji Cola Up Gummy
The Best if You Like Flat Coke: Sweet and Satisfying
meiji’s Cola Up has been around since 1980. We think it’s more authentic than Haribo’s Happy Cola. That being said, however, it tastes of flat coke, meaning it’s quite sweet.
A single gummy is small but thick, offering decent one-piece satisfaction.
|Texture||Firm||Calories||327 kcal (per 100 g)|
|g per Pack||100 g||Grain Coating?||No|
|Zip Lock?||Yes||Overall Score||3.3|
10. Kanro Puré Gummy (Grape)
A Muted but Tasty Gummy: Soft Texture, Slight Crunch, Light Sweet-and-Sourness
Kanro’s Puré gummies have a long history and have gone through numerous renewals. To be honest, we aren’t huge fans of the newest iteration. It’s less sour and features less of the grainy coating than the original.
There wasn’t much of a bite to it; we were reminded of the easy slickness of jelly. It still tasted amazing, but a few among us thought that, in order to appeal to the masses, Kanro deprived Puré gummies of some of the characteristics that made them famous.
|Japanese||カンロ ピュレグミ グレープ||Flavor||Grape|
|Texture||Firm||Calories||12 kcal (per 3.5 g piece)|
|g per Pack||56 g||Grain Coating?||Yes|
|Zip Lock?||Yes||Overall Score||3.2|
Products that Didn’t Make the Cut
And why they didn’t quite make it.
Satisfying Texture but Artificial Flavoring
LOTTE’s Fit’s Gummy (Muscat, 11) received mixed reviews. Our tasters loved the texture, which combined a soft, marshmallow-like top with a firm nata de coco-like sole. However, they thought that flavoring was weak and artificial.
Nobel’s Chibi Sours Gummy (Drink Assort, 16) was small in size but nice and firm. However, while the soda was pretty delicious, the rest of the flavors tasted fake. The original Chibi Sours (20) had the same texture but, likewise, didn’t taste like fruit.
Kasugai’s Tsubu Gummy (17) was bigger and firmer than meiji’s Poifull. However, we found flavoring to be far too sweet and unnatural. We also tried the Soda assortment (18), but it ran into the same problems. Good texture, poor flavoring–the coke, in particular, tasted a bit like medicine.
Kabaya’s Tough Gummy (24) was indeed chewy. However, it was coated in this powder that was so sour, we couldn’t really taste the gummies themselves. The candy also had a medicinal aftertaste.
Jack of All Trades but Master of None
meiji came out with a riff on its famous Kajyu gummies, called Torokeru Futatsu no Kajitsu (roughly translated as two melting fruits). We tried the Grape & Muscat flavor (12) and found everything to be half-baked. It didn’t taste like grapes or muscats. The powder wasn’t really sweet or sour. And there wasn’t enough liquid filling.
Doesn’t Strike a Balance between Sweet and Sour
UHA Mikakuto’s C Care Juicy Collagen Fruits Assort (13) combined a crunchy sugar coating with a jelly belly. As an extra bonus, it was jam-packed with vitamin C and collagen. Sweetness was muted, but the gummies were quite sour. We thought the flavors were unbalanced, though you may prefer this pack over competitors if you haven’t much of a sweet tooth.
On the other hand, JA kinan’s Umeboshi Gummy (14) could’ve been more sour. Instead, it was too saccharine, which masked the natural sourness of the plums. We did like the jiggly, jelly-like texture.
Tastes Reliably Fruity but Too Small to be Satisfying
UHA’s Mikakuto’s Kogumi (15) actually reproduced the flavors of apples, muscats, grapes, and oranges faithfully, earning it a relatively high score of 3.8. However, the gummies were too small to be satisfying when we ate them one at a time, and when we mixed them, we lost track of the individual flavors. You’d like them if you have a thing for tiny candy though.
Highly Original Flavor and Texture Has Both Fans and Detractors
Kabaya’s Pure & Natural Gummy (Grape, 19) was certainly unique. It had a jello-like interior with a fluffy exterior that some compared favorably to marshmallows and others called a poorly done Hi-Chew rip-off. Flavoring too was interesting–a combination of the creamy sourness of yogurt with the sweetness of grapes. Some loved it; others hated it.
Isn’t Satisfying in Either Taste or Texture
Kabaya’s Kakigori Gummy (21) has been renewed and re-released a few different times. This time, our editors thought it dropped in quality. Before, each gummy had a crunchy outer shell that kind of felt like shaved ice. However, now, each gummy is kind of large and squishy and neither tastes nor feels like a snow cone.
UHA Mikakuto’s Kogumi (Drink Assort, 22) was both small and soft. The gummies were also so tasteless that we couldn’t really discern differences between the four different flavors.
We thought Nobel’s Otoko Ume Gummy (23) would be sour, but instead it was salty. It tasted less like plums and more like ume kombucha. We also got a whiff of bonito-like fishiness. The gummies were coated in this powder that, when mixed with saliva, turned into a sticky mess.
Finally, UHA Mikakuto’s Sakeru Gummy (Grape, 25) has fans because you can peel it into little pieces like string cheese. However, it tastes like faintly sweetened eraser and feels like foam.
How We Tasted the Gummies
We gathered five members from our editing department. We then purchased 25 of the most popular gummies and taste-tested them, paying close attention to both flavor and texture.
We picked up our candidates from supermarkets and convenience stores. Where possible, we bought the grape flavor; if grape wasn’t available, we looked for other typical choices like coke and orange.
We graded each brand on its sweetness, sourness, and chewiness or bite. We also judged how closely it replicated flavor–how much a grape-flavored gummy tasted like grape, for example–and how much satisfaction we got out of eating a single piece. The results were summarized in charts.
The Big Takeaway: You Can’t Go Wrong with Bestsellers
Our top five choices were Kanro’s Julé Puré, Bourbon’s Fettuccine, and meiji’s Kajyu, Poifull, and Cola Up Splash gummies. They’re all famous; if you’re a fan of Japanese candy, you’ve definitely heard of them.
If you look at this chart, which compares the scores of our top five, you can see that all of them faithfully reproduced flavor. Both sweetness and sourness were present, but in moderation, so as to not be overpowering. We also preferred softer gummies.
On the other hand, we thought that newer, smaller brands often went in two directions. They tasted like cheap imitations of the original. Or they tried too hard to be original and ended up exhibiting weird flavors or textures that detracted from, rather than added to, the experience.
Tips on How to Choose Japanese Gummies – Buying Guide
Here are five big points to look out for.
① Soft or Firm? Gummies are All about Mouthfeel
By adjusting the amount of gelatin they use, brands can play around with the texture and, to an extent, the flavor of their gummies.
Juicy and Available in a Wide Variety of Flavors: Soft Gummies
This first type of gummy is soft and peels cleanly in two with a single bite. It contains plenty of juice, which is why fruity flavors are the most common. But there’s plenty of riffs on the soft gummy theme, as well as a wide variety of tastes.
If you care deeply about flavor, go soft.
Keeps You Chewing and Feeling Satisfied: Hard Gummies
When you press down on firm gummies, you can feel them pushing back. The more you chew on them, the more their flavor seeps out. If you’re a chomper, go hard.
Firm gummies also give your jaw a workout, which, believe it or not, helps keep your face from sagging. And the very act of masticating can make you feel full, so firm gummies can help reign in the snacking.
② A Grainy Coating Will Give You Crunch and a Lemony Sourness
Some gummies are coated in sour grains. Not only do they balance out flavor–gummies tend to be almost sickeningly sweet–but they also provide a most satisfying crunch.
In the end, though, it comes down to a matter of preference. Some think the granules take away from the original flavor and texture of the gummy; with certain brands, the coating is far too sour. Still, it’s something to consider when shopping around.
③ Grape is the Most Common Flavor and Ideal for Taste-Testing
Ever feel like, out of all the flavors, grape gummies are the most common? There’s a reason for this. Grapes have a texture and juice content that’s easy for gummies to mimic. But it’s also easy to adjust for sourness, flavor, and mouthfeel, allowing companies to each put their own spin on a product.
If you ever feel like taste-testing gummies yourself, we recommend that you compare the grape flavor across brands.
④ If You’re on a Diet or Want Extra Skincare Benefits, Check the Nutrition Facts Table
Gummies can be more than a snack. We mentioned this before, but the very act of chewing can make you feel fuller. So if you’re on a diet, firm gummies low in calories can help you shed those extra pounds.
Gummies that are high in collagen and vitamin C offer extra skincare benefits. Again, the more you chew, the easier it is for your body to absorb nutrients, so look for candy with some bite.
⑤ Zip Locks are Helpful when You’re Out and About
When it comes to food, packaging is important. If you aren’t planning on finishing all your gummies in one go, then look for a bag with a zip lock.
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We rounded up members from our editing department, purchased the 25 most popular Japanese gummies, and tasted them all.
There’s a lot that goes into a good gummy–flavor, bite, the presence of a coating, and packaging. Pay attention to all these factors next time you’re out shopping, and snacking will only get more enjoyable.
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