Many people know nothing of the true magic that is Botan Rice Candy, so I decided that if E2 was to be a true complete information database, it had to have an entry on Botan Rice Candy.
Botan Rice Candy is a candy import of Japan. If you're lucky enough to live in Japan, or near an import store, look for a box that simply says Botan Rice Candy and has odd Japanese pictures on the front. Inside, you will find individually wrapped, orangeish colored candies along with a "FREE CHILDREN'S STICKER," which is commonly a picture of some animal riding a retro bus or wagon of some sort.
The true magic comes in the candy itself. Unwrap it carefully, because there is a very thin, plastic-like layer under the main wrapper, which is actually pressed rice and totally edible, but some people don't like it because it is rather slimy. The candy itself is vaguely orange tasting, but not quite. It must be eaten to be described.