To celebrate Starbucks’ 25th anniversary in Japan, Starbucks is releasing unique drinks made by local partners in each of Japan’s 47 prefectures, and will only be available exclusively in stores in the region starting June 30.
This drink series is made up of 47 JIMOTO Frappuccinos, which represent Starbucks’ appreciation for the communities it serves and the company’s aspiration to continue to make a positive impact across Japan amidst this pandemic.
Here I will give a simple guide for these 47 drinks to be your reference if you want to buy in their respective regions. Don’t forget to tag me on Instagram or comment below, how does it taste according to your taste.
HOKKAIDO & TOHOKU REGION
* Sold at stores in Hokkaido. (Excluding some stores)
* Corn less than 5.0%
* Sold at stores in Aomori Prefecture. (Excluding some stores)
* Apple juice less than 5.0%
* Melon juice less than 5.0%
* Strawberry juice less than 5.0%
If you familiar with Mitarashi dango (みたらし団子、御手洗団子) you will not familiar with this taste.
* Grape juice less than 5.0%, cacao content less than 0.5%
orange juice less than 5%
* Lemon juice less than 5.0%
Sudachi juice less than 5.0%
Kiwifruit fruit content less than 5.0%
KYUSHU REGION AND OKINAWA
It is use honey
Kabosu juice less than 5.0%
From this blog and Instagram story that I shared I hope that even if you aren’t able to try these Frappuccinos but you’ve learned a little more about the different prefectures of Japan and found some places you’d like to visit someday.
These 47 JIMO Starbucks Frappuccinos may only be here for limited time, but if you visit these prefectures it’s common to find these flavors incorporated into regional cuisine and treats. If you are now in Japan so go out and try them! Don’t forget to make a line and using mask(ヽ´ω`)
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