New collection inspired by…sakura breath?
In Japan, there’s a hint of freshness in the air as February begins its quick march towards spring, bringing the promise of a new season with every step and inching us closer to the blossoming of the nation’s iconic sakura trees.
At Starbucks, however, sakura season is already just days away, as the coffeehouse chain today revealed the first instalment in their long-awaited cherry blossom drinkware range for 2021. This year, the theme is “sakura breath“, which is said to help us “feel the fresh arrival of spring in the breath of cherry blossoms”.
If you’re like us and not sure what that means, perhaps a look at the items in the new collection will help clear things up, so let’s get to it and take a look at what’s on offer below!
1. Mug Vertical Gradation (355 millilitres [12 ounces]) 2,000 yen (US$19.06)
2. Organic Cotton Gift Bag 350 yen
3. Stacking Ceramic Case 2,800 yen
4. Tumbler Pink Breath (355 millilitres) 1,800 yen
5. Stainless Bottle Gloss Flowers (350 millilitres) 4,000 yen
6. Stainless Bottle Colour Blocking (355 millilitres) 4,100 yen
7. Tumbler Blue Breath (473 millilitres) 1,900 yen
8. Stainless Bottle White Breath (355 millilitres) 3,600 yen
9. Stainless Tumbler Pleats (473 millilitres) 4,200 yen
10. Bottle Silicone Lid Shiny Flowers (414 millilitres) 2,500 yen
11. Stainless TOGO Cup Tumbler Pink Breath (355 millilitres) 3,700 yen
12. Handy Stainless Bottle Aerial (500 millilitres) 4,500 yen
13. Heat Resistant Glass Pink (296 millilitres) 2,500 yen
14. Mug White Breath (355 millilitres) 2,000 yen
15. Stainless Mug Pink Breath (414 millilitres) 3,000 yen
16. Furoshiki 2,000 yen
17. Starbucks Mini Cup Gift 950 yen
18. Starbucks Scan Pass Ring Notebook Pink/White 480 yen
19. Beverage Card White Breath 620 yen
20. Beverage Card Aerial 620 yen
▼ Rounding off the range are four Starbucks cards, available exclusively online and priced at 1,800 yen each, which includes 1,000 yen credit.
All the above items go on sale at Starbucks locations around Japan from 17 February. As always, the Japan-exclusive sakura collection is predicted to be incredibly popular, so if you like something you see, you’ll want to get in quick to avoid missing out. And while you’re there, you might want to get your hands on the new Sakura Frappuccino and latte as well, so you can enjoy both the breath and the taste of hanami season at Starbucks this year!
Source, images: Starbucks Japan Press Release
*Prices and options mentioned are subject to change.
*Unless stated otherwise, all prices include tax.
Share this article.
Recommended places for you
Cherry, Peach, and Plum Blossoms – How You Can Tell Them Apart!
How to Pick the Perfect Instant Noodles: Why We Love “Akai Kitsune Udon” and “Maruchan Seimen Cup”!
Unforgettable 3-Day Itinerary to Japan's Chubu Heartland: Traditional Towns, World Heritage Sites & More!
Tokyo Weather: 7-day Forecast for Tokyo and Japan (+What to Wear!)
3 Budget-Friendly Hotels in Tokyo Near Popular Cherry Blossoms Spots
10 Important Japanese Phrases to Know Before You Enter a Japanese Convenience Store!
Enjoy Shibuya at Night! 3 Late-Night Spots So You Don’t Have to Worry About the Last Train
Sweet Delights: Tokyo’s Top 5 All-You-Can-Eat Dessert Buffets
Numazuko Kaisho in Ueno: Good Quality, All-You-Can-Eat Seafood for Just US$12!?
No battery? No problem! Top 5 Cafes in Shibuya Complete with Wi-Fi
- #best sushi japan
- #what to do in odaiba
- #what to bring to japan
- #new years in tokyo
- #best ramen japan
- #what to buy in ameyoko
- #japanese nail trends
- #things to do japan
- #onsen tattoo friendly tokyo
- #best coffee japan
- #best japanese soft drinks
- #best yakiniku japan
- #japanese fashion culture
- #japanese convenience store snacks