Pelollipop Candy (ペロリポップキャンディ, Peroripoppu kyandei), often shortened to just Pelocan (ペロキャン), is a brand of lollipops with unusual flavors that Himeko is always seen eating. Others who eat it tend to end up vomiting.

Known Flavors

  • Crab Miso
  • Liver
  • Century Egg
  • Blue Cheese
  • Eggplant
  • Soft Roe
  • Durian
  • Barley
  • Sea Cucumber
  • Margarine
  • Oyster Sauce
  • Salmon Roe
  • Salted Fish
  • Tako Wasabi
  • Mullet Roe
  • Dried Mackerel
  • Mackerel Miso
  • Mayonnaise
  • Tofu
  • Vegetable Juice
  • Seaweed Vinegar
  • Corned Beef
  • Leek
  • Fermented Sushi
  • Bitter Gourd Chanpuru
  • Konowata/Shiokara
  • Shirako-Ponzu
  • Liver-Sashimi
  • Baked Eggplant
  • Fried Oyster

Salted fish guts



The candy's mascot, a pigtailed girl with a goofy expression, is named Pelorin. In chapter 13, the candy's company had a promotional event whereby you could get a Pelorin doll by turning in a winning Pelollipop wrapper. There were 50 winning wrappers total. Subsequently, Pelorin tied for 23rd place in the First Character Popularity Contest, with 48 points.


Manga Original

Anime Original

The anime version of the commercial, featured at the end of episode 4, consists of a girl playing Shiritori in a classroom with an unidentified boy. All of the words she uses appear to be Pelollipop flavors. Upon reaching a word beginning in "su", she stumbles and presses a Pelollipop to the boy's lips before saying "suki" (I love you). The commercial then cuts to an image of the Pelollipop logo and candy, with the tagline "the taste of youth, always invigorating!"

Himeko's Version

Theme Song Lyrics

Pelo pelo pelocan pelo pelocan
Pelo pelo pelocan pelo pelocan
If you eat it once~
You can't stop~

In Himeko's version of the commercial, the third line is changed slightly from "eat" (食べる, taberu) to "taste/lick" (舐める, nameru).

Other Merchandise

  • Himeko wins a Pelorin doll in chapter 13, which is then always seen on a tabletop in the clubroom.
  • In chapter 7, Himeko loans Bossun a purple-and-brown Pelollipop Candy towel.
  • Bossun breaks Himeko's Pelollipop mug in chapter 40.
  • Himeko wears a Pelorin shirt during the school trip in chapter 136.


  • Though the candy's wrappers and logo say "Pelollipop", Switch's database entry on the candy romanizes the name as "Pelori Pop."
  • According to Switch's database information, the lollipop stick is 5cm. long and the candy itself is 3cm. wide.
  • The lollipop brand's real life reference is from Chupa Chups Lollipops.
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