Japanese Green Tea Can.
Known as "marble soda" outside of Japan, ramune is famous for being in those nifty bottles that you open by pushing a marble down into the neck of the bottle. Sometimes opening it can difficult, and you get a nice refreshing soda shower. Luckily, you can try this summer classic from a can! :)...
Japanese uncarbonated milky soft drink. Its ingredients include water, nonfat dry milk, and lactic acid, and is produced by lactic acid fermentation. It was first marketed in 1919.
Japanese carbonated soft drink without sweeteners or coloring, melon flavored. By Sangaria, the manufacturer of Ramune-kun!