Fruit, tea and coconut milk is a winning combination.
The latest addition to the menu is said to be an irresistible treat for tea lovers.
Not only is it cherry blossom-flavoured, it’s also the first time Starbucks has ever released a drink with crunchy Japanese rice cracker pieces.
The global coffeehouse chain gives us a taste of spring with two new beverages and a drinkware range containing over thirty cherry blossom-themed items.
Sweet dreams are made of these.
The global coffee house chain is squeezing one more star ingredient into their beverage lineup before the end of the year.
The new limited-edition release surprised everyone when it appeared virtually unannounced around the country today.
The cool Frappuccino and its hot counterpart are some of the sauciest, best looking drinks we’ve ever tasted.
As their third holiday drink this year, Starbucks Japan will be offering baked apples in drinkable form – served either hot or cold!
After months of pining for the Korea-only limited edition release, Starbucks customers in Japan finally get to enjoy the delicious puddings too.
For Starbucks fans in Japan, this truly is the season to be jolly.
We headed to our local Starbucks branch for the debut of the Bavarian cream-enhanced dessert drink.
The Frappuccino sets out a new path for Starbucks as the company ventures out into tea territory with their latest release.
Japanese Twitter users are weighing in with their thoughts on the two new limited edition items.
A variety of adorable Pocket Monsters have already served as the inspiration for delicious-looking drinks.
Does it taste like a coffee ice cream or a sweet baked dessert? Join us for the delicious taste test after the break!
The beautiful four-layered Frappuccino is filled with jelly made from Starbucks’ roast espresso blend.
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.
Starbucks Japan takes a break from fruit and goes for the cheese in its newest dessert drink.
The coffeehouse is giving Japan something to look forward to during the dreaded rainy season.