RAMUNE MARBLE SANGARIA SODA ORIGINAL
From its humble beginnings in small, local districts of Japan to its present-day status as a symbol of modern Japanese popular culture and summertime, it is clear that Japanese ramune drinks have had an exciting history. Whether it is the distinct ramune bottle (a Codd-neck bottle stopped with a glass marble) or the refreshing lemon-lime flavour of the drink itself, ramune is a much-loved beverage across the country and an essential experience for all Japan enthusiasts.
HOW TO OPEN:
Step 1: Remove outer wrapper from the top of the bottle.
Step 2: You will see a plunger topper and a plastic ring sitting loosely on the top of the bottle. Remove these, take off the plastic ring and set aside.
Step 3: You will see the top of the ramune soda marble sitting just inside the bottle. Place the plunger topper on top of the marble and push down until the marble falls into the marble chamber (the wider part of the neck of the bottle).
Step 4: Some bottles will have two little grooves on one side of the marble chamber. When drinking from the bottle, allow the marble to roll towards these grooves. They will stop the marble from rolling further and blocking the flow of the liquid.