We try the delectable new drink that’s so exclusive it’s only available in four of the country’s prefectures.
Easter is the time to eat cute ladybugs in Japan.
The delicious new frozen dessert showcases the flavour of roasted Japanese green tea.
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 beautifully designed item looks set to be one of this spring’s most popular beverages.
The limited-edition collection features doughnuts dressed up with M&M’s, Oreo biscuits and Hershey’s chocolates.
The alcoholic sweet is one of three new releases containing real champagne.
A spinning reel of enticing flavour possibilities was used to introduce the new star ingredient.
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 giant creamy croquette burger comes in two delicious varieties, with a very special overhaul for 2016.
The cool Frappuccino and its hot counterpart are some of the sauciest, best looking drinks we’ve ever tasted.
Come with us as we take a look inside the cream-filled presents and snowman-shaped doughnuts ahead of their official release.
The Frappuccino sets out a new path for Starbucks as the company ventures out into tea territory with their latest release.
According to Nestlé Japan, this is the first new nationwide Kit Kat series they’ve released in six years.
Only available in certain countries for a limited time, these regional cakes come with a number of gorgeous details.
From a melon soda monster to a mummy filled with purple ooze, these awesome new designs and flavours make this range one of their best releases yet!
Japanese Twitter users are weighing in with their thoughts on the two new limited edition items.
The new dessert uses never-before-seen matcha components to celebrate 20 years of green tea ice cream in Japan.