After spending the summer in Tokyo, the cafe moves to another major Japanese city.
The cool Frappuccino and its hot counterpart are some of the sauciest, best looking drinks we’ve ever tasted.
Chain expands to new city and adds traditional local favorites to the menu.
Herbal ingredient provides dazzling natural color.
Champagne-like sparkling beverages also honor director Makoto Shinkai’s latest anime film.
We bought some of these special Cokes to see how easily they turn into Christmas presents!
After months of pining for the Korea-only limited edition release, Starbucks customers in Japan finally get to enjoy the delicious puddings too.
After making a splash at the box office, Makoto Shinkai’s latest anime leads to something you can pour into a sake cup.
The ingenious design includes a tiny pull tab on the label that neatly folds itself into a spectacular festive bow with one smooth movement!
Range covers drinks hot and cold, with and without caffeine.
With just four quick steps and a very special ingredient, anyone can make this spectacular fluorescent jelly!
It’s often said that freedom isn’t free. In Japan, Free Tea isn’t either.
Recharge your batteries with Pikachu juice, in three gorgeous designs.
We headed to our local Starbucks branch for the debut of the Bavarian cream-enhanced dessert drink.
Now menu item comes hot on the heels of McDonald’s Japan’s caramel shakes.
According to Suntory Japan, different times of the day call for different types of beer.
The sweet stack isn’t the only brightly coloured item on the menu!
The Frappuccino sets out a new path for Starbucks as the company ventures out into tea territory with their latest release.
Matcha lovers will want to try all five of the deliciously green items on the menu!
Japanese Twitter users are weighing in with their thoughts on the two new limited edition items.