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  • So I grabbed one each of the ramune, cola, and tropical fruit flavors.

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  • To drink, Daikanyama stocks a good selection of sake, as well as shochu made from barley or buckwheat, Echigo beer for those who want something with more character than Kirin or Sapporo, and ramune, a sweet soft drink often found at festivals in Japan.

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  • Maybe it has something to do with those four bottles of ramune I drank earlier.

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  • After I stopped eating that overrated Pocky and drinking all that diabetes-inducing ramune, I lost a lot of weight and now I can wear my old clothes again that I put away in shame years ago.

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  • Perfect bound, very high quality printing. ramune taste, from our awesome T-shirt to candy and much more.

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  • The ramune candy that is mercifully tossed into the box with this toy is, as one might expect, nothing special - just some ramune-flavored stuff with no real redeeming trait other than the fact that it's sugar.

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  • The ramune candy that is mercifully tossed into the box with this toy is, as one might expect, nothing special - just some ramune-flavored stuff with no real redeeming trait other than the fact that it's sugar.

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  • Also, the longer a word has been in use, the more it will likely have changed into some unrecognizable form, like ramune, the famous lemon-lime drink which got its name from lemonade

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  • Perfect bound, very high quality printing. ramune taste, from our awesome T-shirt to candy and much more.

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  • Fun New Snacks from Japan Today's new snacks include a delicious Soy Sauce flavor of Curl Stick, a new UHA E-ma candy that comes in the most awesome container ever, and wacky candy cigarettes from Japan's past, in cola and ramune flavor. kawaii bento experience.

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  • A carbonated soft drink from Japan. Packaged in a Codd-neck bottle, it is sealed by a glass marble held in place by the carbon dioxide in the beverage. Using the included plastic plug, the drinker pops the marble into the bottle, where it is held in place by two glass nubs inside the bottle's neck.

    The actual flavor of ramune is a sort of mild and sweet lemon-lime flavor.

    September 7, 2008