Guarana extract is abundantly used so that guarana’s natural efficacy is fully brought into play. This soda for adults has a pleasantly crisp taste, and has gained attention as a health drink as it is said to be effective against mental fatigue and physical exhaustion. The GUARANA bottle’s shape calls to mind the form of a Kyoto maiko in a standing pose. This 1960 design was explosively popular, taking a hint from American beverage bottles of the time that featured the shape of women in big skirts.


About guarana
Guarana is a genus guarana climbing plant of the soapberry family native to the Amazon Basin in Brazil. It is a valuable plant that can only be gathered from a small portion of the basin. It is said to aid in the functioning of all bodily organs, especially effective in combatting neurasthenia, mental fatigue, physical exhaustion, obesity and hardening of the arteries, as well as increasing stamina. Also known as an Indian power source, guarana received its name from the Guarana Indian tribe. This tribe and others would drink guarana at festivals and continue dancing over several days and nights. There are also many athletes who regularly drink guarana to help them maintain their condition.

How to enjoy
Mix with shochu as you like to make Guarana Sour. Also delicious as is.

Saccharide (high fructose corn syrup), guarana extract, caramel pigment, acidulant, flavoring

Table of Ingredients

Product Alcohol (%) Calories (kcal) Protein (g) Fat (g) Sugars (g)
GUARANA 0% 40 Less than 0.1 Less than 0.1 10
  • *Numbers are per 100 ml.
  • *In accordance with the nutritional labeling standards set by the Consumer Affairs Agency, calories or nutritional components might be labeled as zero in the following cases:Calories: 5 kcal/100 ml; Protein: 0.5 g/100 ml; Fat: 0.5 g/100 ml; Sugars: 0.5 g/100 ml; Total Carbohydrate: 0.5 g/100 ml; Sodium: 5 mg/100 ml