With cherry blossom season just around the corner, Starbucks on Wednesday, February 17, announces its coveted collection of sakura drinks. Annual spring goods are only available in Japan and they are a hot ticket. People often line up before the stores open, only to grab key pieces from the rather pink collection.
The Starbucks Japanese Cherry Blossom series features 20 items: 13 different cups, mugs and balloons, along with a binding bag, a ceramic sakura-shaped case, furoshiki wrapping, notebook and more. Here is a complete list of prices to help you plan your purchase.
- Vertical gradation cup (¥ 2,000)
- Gift bags made of organic cotton (¥ 350)
- Foldable ceramic case (, 800 2,800)
- Breath handle (Pink reat 1.800)
- Gloss Flowers stainless bottle (¥ 4,000)
- Stainless color blocking bottle (4,100 JPY)
- Blue Breath Pump (, 900 1,900)
- White stainless steel bottle (¥ 3,600)
- Wrinkled stainless steel drum (¥ 4,200)
- Shiny Flowers bottle with silicone lid (¥ 2,500)
- Pink Breath To Go Stainless Cup (3,700 JPY)
- Aerial Handy stainless steel bottle (4,500 JPY)
- Heat-resistant pink glass (¥ 2,500)
- White breath cup (¥ 2,000)
- Pink Breath stainless cup (¥ 3,000)
- Furoshiki (¥ 2,000)
- Starbucks Mini Cup Gift (50 950)
- Starbucks Scan Pass ring in pink or white (¥ 480 per piece)
- White Breath Card (¥ 620)
- Air Drink Card (¥ 620)
At the same time, Starbucks Japan also introduced two lemon editions of sakura drinks – Sakura Fuwari Berry Frappuccino (590 JPY, tall) and Sakura Fuwari Berry Milk Latte (from 450 JPY). These seasonal drinks are colored with sweet strawberries to make them even more pink. Latte is available until March 16, while Frappuccino will still be on the menu until April 13.
There are four sakura-themed cards available exclusively online at a price of JPY 1,800 (with pre-loaded 1,000 JPY credits).
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