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.
The three new designs give us a sneak peek at what McDonald’s has in store for the Tokyo Olympic Games.
A variety of adorable Pocket Monsters have already served as the inspiration for delicious-looking drinks.
We aren’t sure whether to call it a dessert or a drink, but we do know you can have it at a conveyor belt sushi chain!
Suntory is adding even more hospitality to Japan’s famously classy cabs.
Stored at temperatures below freezing, the drink magically turns to ice inside the bottle after opening.
We’ll show you how to order off the menu at Starbucks to create a mind-blowingly delicious frappucino that tastes like a cheesecake-based Tiramisu.
Come for the results, stay for the pictures of Mr. Sato in his underwear!
The powdered drink series isn’t just for coffee anymore.
Shibuya restaurant is ready to give customers as big a smile as the rising anime director’s feel-good movies.
What else are we supposed to wash down our 16-year-old ramen with?
Third premium offering in line of matcha is set to please the palate while hurting the wallet.
Starbucks Japan takes a break from fruit and goes for the cheese in its newest dessert drink.
The unusual new flavours are designed to go down well with traditional Japanese meals.
Coca-Cola claims its new drink will reduce stress and anxiety while promoting drowsiness and restful sleep, but does it deliver on its promise?
We bet you’ve never heard anything quite so “delicious for your ears” as this unique commercial and its accompanying second !