New sodas feature several anime and pop culture-inspired licenses.

License Global

December 20, 2023

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(From L to R): Fuzzballs and Hastsune Miko soda.
(From L to R): Fuzzballs and Hastsune Miko soda. Kawaji UK

Anime and Kawaii culture fanatics, Kawaji UK, maker of collectible consumables and branded confectionery, has recently released a selection of new soda flavors, can and packaging designs and have added to its roster of brands. 

The new Kawaji soda range includes exclusive designs featuring “Dragon Ball Z,” Hatsune Miku, Fuzzballs, Pusheen and the newest addition, Rilakkuma. 

The soda range will be available in seven sparkling flavors, including orange, apple, blueberry, strawberry, summer fruits, ice cream soda and cherry vanilla. 

All Kawaji’s sodas are U.K. premium made and are officially licensed and exclusive products.  

“We recently attended the Anuga 2023 food and drink expo in Cologne,” says Richard Woodall, chief executive officer, Kawaji. “It was a huge success, in fact, the only countries that we didn’t receive an order from are San Marino, Andorra and Lichstenstein.” 

The new soda range of “Dragon Ball Z,” Hatsune Miku, Fuzzballs, Pusheen and Rilakkuma is the first of a series of new arrivals being launched late this year and throughout 2024. 

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