We try the delectable new drink that’s so exclusive it’s only available in four of the country’s prefectures.
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 gorgeous new release, which comes with milk pudding pieces, was unveiled at a special cherry-blossom event space in Tokyo yesterday.
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.
RocketNews24’s Mr. Sato went out for coffee, and somehow came back at the center of a political debate.
Check out how the cool crowd orders coffee at Starbucks in Japan.
The bird with the cockscomb comes to Starbucks in a very cute collection.
Sweet dreams are made of these.
Starbucks jams this year’s lucky bag with coffee beans, vouchers, and gorgeous drinkware, all for roughly 50 bucks!
In order to figure out what might be in the bag this year, we have to look to the past to see the future!
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!
This was no pre-Christmas cup; just a wonderful way to show we’re all connected.
After months of pining for the Korea-only limited edition release, Starbucks customers in Japan finally get to enjoy the delicious puddings too.
It’s hard to believe this photo of a barista in a Michigan Starbucks is a real photograph of a real person, not an image created by the team at Square Enix.
For Starbucks fans in Japan, this truly is the season to be jolly.