Forget seasonal sweets and drinks. In Japan, even pots and tableware get a sakura makeover in the spring, and the results are gorgeous!
How can these cherry blossom blessings be so delicious yet cost barely more than a buck?
Enjoy the hanami cherry blossom viewing experience just by looking at your feet this spring.
The taste of sakura can now be found in dairy sections across the country.
Who would have thought that we could go without this ice cream flavor for over two decades?
Kittens and their paw prints will be blossoming at Tokyo Skytree for a limited time this spring.
Cherry blossom soft drink set to be released this month.
Microbrew arrives in time for sakura-viewing parties.
Spring, and cherry blossoms, may still be a little while ahead, but you’ll soon be able to enjoy a sweet taste of them at the Tsujiri tea shop in Kyoto!
Sure, Garrett Popcorn is tasty whatever container it comes in, but this makes it extra special!
They might not be out for public consumption until February 24, but one lucky YouTuber was fortunate enough to get a special taste test.
Step into spring with a little help from some iconic Japanese imagery.
Sakura Sakuranbo aims to please with two types of cherry flavors.
No need to wait until spring to sip these cherry blossom and strawberry treats.
These cherry blossom kicks will tell the whole world your feet are ready for spring.
Japanese beverage maker Suntory has just announced it will be releasing its first-ever cherry blossom-flavoured Pepsi this spring.
It’s still in the middle of winter in Japan, but beer bottles and cans from Asahi are already dressing up for sakura-filled spring!
We may be in the dead of winter here in Japan, but snack makers are already coming out with a taste of Spring.
Because you might be too old to play with your food, but you’re not too old to play with your glasses.
Now you can boost your chance of passing an exam by calling for a Kit Kat cab in Japan.