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Japanese sweets are famous for both their colourful packaging and unique tastes. They're great for indulging in, sharing with friends, or buying as a souvenir gift. But, with such a wide range of chocolates, biscuits, gummies and hard candies to choose from, it can be hard to know what to try first! 


If you're new to the exciting world of Japanese sweets, this guide will serve as a great introduction. From traditional confectionaries like Warabi mochi, to contemporary favourites like Hi-Chews and Koala's March, we've ranked the 10 best Japanese sweet available in the UK. Keep reading to discover our top picks with links to buy from Amazon and Japan Centre.

  • Last updated: 13-05-2022
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Compare the Best Japanese Sweets

For those after a quick look, here is our Top 5:


  1. Morinaga - Hi Chew Green Apple for £1.65
  2. Lotte - Koala's March Strawberry Flavoured Biscuits for £12.00 
  3. Shindo Shigeharu - Candied Amanatsu Citrus Peel for £4.25
  4. Fujiya - Pop Candy for £6.25
  5. Yaokin - Ramune Tablet Candy for £1.35

For a more in-depth look at the comprehensive top 10 selection, make sure to read on to learn more about the different types of Japanese sweets available and understand how our ranking was determined.


This article's chosen EC site price listings are reflective of its publishing date.

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Morinaga  Hi Chew Green Apple  1

Morinaga

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Lotte Koala's March Strawberry Flavoured Biscuit 1

Lotte

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Shindo Shigeharu Candied Amanatsu Citrus Peel 1

Shindo Shigeharu

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Fujiya Pop Candy 1

Fujiya

5
Yaokin Ramune Tablet Candy 1

Yaokin

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Coris Mystery Mix Mizuame Syrup DIY Candy Kit 1

Coris

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Imuraya  Squeezable Warabi Mochi Sweets - Brown Sugar 1

Imuraya

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Kabaya  Puchi Pastel Chocolate Cone Snacks  1

Kabaya

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Nobel Assorted Fruits Soft Jelly Sweets 1

Nobel

10
Sunshine Co Traditional Boxed Sweets - Temari Ball Sugar Candy 1

Sunshine Co

Name

Hi Chew Green Apple

Koala's March Strawberry Flavoured Biscuit

Candied Amanatsu Citrus Peel

Pop Candy

Ramune Tablet Candy

Mystery Mix Mizuame Syrup DIY Candy Kit

Squeezable Warabi Mochi Sweets - Brown Sugar

Puchi Pastel Chocolate Cone Snacks

Assorted Fruits Soft Jelly Sweets

Traditional Boxed Sweets - Temari Ball Sugar Candy

Features

Japanese Chewy Sweet Bursting With Fruity Flavours

Cute Koala Shaped Biscuits Filled With Strawberry Cream

Candied Citrus With a Sweet and Sour Flavour

Fruity Lollipops From One of Japan’s Most Loved Confectionary Brands

Refreshing Candies Inspired by Ramune Soda

Discover Fun New Flavours With This Candy DIY Kit

A Modern Sweet Take On Traditional Mochi

Chocolate Ice Cream Cone Biscuits With a Fun Game

Soft Fruit Jelly Sweets That Are Gelatin-Free

Beautifully Packaged Traditional Candy Makes for the Ideal Gift

Price£1.65£12.00£4.25£6.25£1.35£1.86£5.99£3.20£8.28£8.98
Modern / Traditional Modern Modern Traditional ModernTraditional ModernBoth ModernTraditional Traditional
TypeSoft chew candy with fruit fillingSmall biscuits with a strawberry cream filling Candied citrus peel Fruit lollipops with popping candySmall tablet style sweets DIY candy which makes candy flossSweet mochiChocolate covered biscuits Sugar covered jelly sweetsHard candy
Flavour Apple StrawberryCitrusStrawberry, orange, grape, sodaRamune (soft drink) Strawberry, soda and lemonWarabiChocolateGrape, orange, peach and apple Sugar
Vegan / Vegetarian NoVegetarianBoth vegan and vegetarian Both vegan and vegetarianBoth vegetarian and veganBoth vegetarian and veganBoth vegetarian and veganVegetarianBoth vegetarian and veganBoth vegetarian and vegan
Dietary InformationContains gelatin, soyContains milk, wheat, egg- - - - - Contains wheat and milk - -
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How to Choose Japanese Sweets in the UK

Key Points to Consider

  1. Pick Between Traditional Or More Contemporary Sweets
  2. Consider Whether You Want A Sweet With A Familiar Or Unique Flavour 
  3. Seek Out Gelatin Free Options If You Are Vegetarian 

1. Pick Between More Traditional Sweets Like Candied Fruits, or More Contemporary Sweets Like Soft Gummies

1. Pick Between More Traditional Sweets Like Candied Fruits, or More Contemporary Sweets Like Soft Gummies

 To help you decide, think about whether you want to try traditional or contemporary Japanese sweets. For example, some of the most traditional sweets eaten throughout Japan's history include candied fruits, soft jellies and sweet mochi


  • Mochi: Considered the first Japanese sweet, mochi is an important part of Japanese's food history. For those who are unfamiliar, mochi is a small cake made from glutinous rice, water, sugar and cornstarch. It has a soft and chewy texture and is often filled with different sweet fillings. 

  • Biscuits, Chocolate and Gummies: Many Japanese sweets are modelled after Western confectioneries such as biscuits and gummy sweets. These contemporary treats may be better suited to those who are not use to Japanese cuisine since they have a more familiar texture and taste. What makes stand out, however, are the unique flavours like matcha and yuzu, which aren't as common in the UK. 

  • Candy DIY Kits: Novelty sweets are also popular in Japan and a great choice for kids. In particular, candy DIY kits and sweets which include games and free gifts offer an extra layer of fun. Notably, these sweets have traditional roots, being modelled after dagashi (駄菓子) which are cheap candies with fun packaging specifically made for children to enjoy. 


Click here to learn more about traditional and popular Japanese snacks!

2. Consider Whether You Want a Familiar Fruit Flavour Like Strawberry, or Something Unique Like Ramune Soda

2. Consider Whether You Want a Familiar Fruit Flavour Like Strawberry, or Something Unique Like Ramune Soda

What makes Japanese sweets so popular around the world is that they come in both familiar and unique flavours. Fruits are often used either as a filling or coating on many sweets. Yet, there are many exciting flavours to try. Here are some of the most common:


  • Strawberry: One of Japan's most loved fruits. Strawberry is used in a wide range of Japanese sweets including hard candy, soft chews, biscuits and chocolate.

  • Orange: Mikans are the most popular type of orange in Japan. Since they are super juicy and sweet, they make a great flavour for hard candies. Other citrus fruits like yuzu are also commonly used to flavour sweets due to their sweet yet slightly tangy taste. 

  • Grape: This is another popular fruit in Japan, with the Kyoho grape being the most commonly found in confectionary. Grapes are used to flavour many different gummies and soft chews. 

  • Ramune: Comparable to lemonade or club soda, Ramune is a Japanese carbonated drink which has a citrusy and slightly sweet taste. Because of its refreshing flavour and popularity with kids, it's a commonly used in novelty sweets. 

  • Brown Sugar: Okinawan brown sugar is famous for its deep flavour. It's made by slowly cooking the sugarcane and can be used to flavour both savoury and sweet dishes, as well as for making hard sugar candy. 

  • Warabiko: Otherwise known as bracken, warabiko is a type of fern. The starch which comes from the stem is used to create warabi mochi, which many describe as being flavourless, while having a texture comparable to that of tapioca.

3. Seek Out Gelatin-Free Sweets if You Are Vegetarian

3. Seek Out Gelatin-Free Sweets if You Are Vegetarian

Gummies and chewy sweets are extremely popular in Japan, with some of the most famous being Hi-Chew and Mikakuto gummies. However, these types of sweets tend to include gelatin in order to create texture. Given that gelatin is derived from animals, it is therefore unsuitable for vegetarians and vegans. 


That said, there are some sweets which are made with a gelling agent called pectin that's derived solely from plants. Another gelatin substitute commonly used in a variety of Asian desserts is agar, a jelly-like substance made from red algae and other vegetables. You can even use agar to make traditional Japanese jellies and raindrop cakes. 


While there are plenty of vegan-friendly Japanese sweets, certain varieties can be harder to find. Sadly, most biscuits and chocolates in Japan contain eggs or milk powder. That's why it's important to check the ingredients list if you have specific dietary requirements or allergies.


To add a finishing touch, why not pair your chosen sweet with a Japanese tea?

10 Best Japanese Sweets in the UK

This ranking has been compiled by the writing team at mybest UK via careful evaluation of the points made in the buying guide and thorough research of each product and comparing multiple verified customer reviews across the EC sites used.

1

Morinaga Hi Chew Green Apple

£1.65

Modern / Traditional Modern
TypeSoft chew candy with fruit filling
Flavour Apple
Vegan / Vegetarian No
Dietary InformationContains gelatin, soy
2

LotteKoala's March Strawberry Flavoured Biscuit

£12.00

Modern / Traditional Modern
TypeSmall biscuits with a strawberry cream filling
Flavour Strawberry
Vegan / Vegetarian Vegetarian
Dietary InformationContains milk, wheat, egg
3

Shindo ShigeharuCandied Amanatsu Citrus Peel

£4.25

Modern / Traditional Traditional
TypeCandied citrus peel
Flavour Citrus
Vegan / Vegetarian Both vegan and vegetarian
Dietary Information-
4
Modern / Traditional Modern
TypeFruit lollipops with popping candy
Flavour Strawberry, orange, grape, soda
Vegan / Vegetarian Both vegan and vegetarian
Dietary Information-
5

YaokinRamune Tablet Candy

£1.35

Modern / Traditional Traditional
TypeSmall tablet style sweets
Flavour Ramune (soft drink)
Vegan / Vegetarian Both vegetarian and vegan
Dietary Information-
6

CorisMystery Mix Mizuame Syrup DIY Candy Kit

£1.86

Modern / Traditional Modern
Type DIY candy which makes candy floss
Flavour Strawberry, soda and lemon
Vegan / Vegetarian Both vegetarian and vegan
Dietary Information-
7

Imuraya Squeezable Warabi Mochi Sweets - Brown Sugar

£5.99

Modern / Traditional Both
TypeSweet mochi
Flavour Warabi
Vegan / Vegetarian Both vegetarian and vegan
Dietary Information-
8

Kabaya Puchi Pastel Chocolate Cone Snacks

£3.20

Modern / Traditional Modern
TypeChocolate covered biscuits
Flavour Chocolate
Vegan / Vegetarian Vegetarian
Dietary InformationContains wheat and milk
9

NobelAssorted Fruits Soft Jelly Sweets

£8.28

Modern / Traditional Traditional
TypeSugar covered jelly sweets
Flavour Grape, orange, peach and apple
Vegan / Vegetarian Both vegetarian and vegan
Dietary Information-
10

Sunshine CoTraditional Boxed Sweets - Temari Ball Sugar Candy

£8.98

Modern / Traditional Traditional
TypeHard candy
Flavour Sugar
Vegan / Vegetarian Both vegetarian and vegan
Dietary Information-

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