Cherry blossom season is finally drawing near, and to celebrate the fleeting blooms, Starbucks has dropped its Japan-exclusive sakura drinkware collection along with two appropriately pink drinks. If that wasn’t enough, the Kengo Kuma-designed Starbucks Reserve Roastery Tokyo in Meguro has also released its own collection of sakura-themed merchandise including mugs, glasses, jewellery, seasonal baked goods and drinks.
The Starbucks Reserve Roastery Tokyo is situated right along the Meguro River, one of the city’s top sakura destinations. As such, it’s no surprise that the store has gone all out with stylish mugs, tumblers and Instagrammable drinks.
The collection may be extensive but certain items can only be found here at the Starbucks Reserve Roastery Tokyo. You can purchase everything else at selected Starbucks Reserve stores across Japan or online. To help you with your shopping list, here’s the price list of this season’s Starbucks Reserve cherry blossom merch.
- Starbucks Reserve sakura mug (¥3,000)
- Starbucks Reserve sakura stainless tumbler (¥4,400)
- Starbucks Reserve pink sakura double-wall glass (¥3,200)
- Starbucks Reserve sakura stainless steel strap bottle (¥4,600, Tokyo Reserve Roastery only)
- Starbucks Reserve sakura handle glass (¥2,800, Tokyo Reserve Roastery only)
- Starbucks Reserve sakura 2021 pink pleated mug (¥3,000, Tokyo Reserve Roastery only)
- Starbucks Reserve pink cherry leather key chain (¥3,000)
- Starbucks Reserve navy cooler bag (¥3,200)
- Starbucks Reserve cherry northeast cotton rug (¥5,500)
The Starbucks Reserve Roastery Tokyo also offers a special collection of sakura-themed jewellery. Here’s the full range:
- Starbucks Reserve bracelet (¥13,000 each)
- Starbucks Reserve necklace (¥15,000 each)
- Starbucks Reserve cherry 2021 navy pleated mug (¥3,000)
- Starbucks Reserve navy cherry leather key chain (¥3,000)
Plus, exclusive cherry blossom drinks are now available at this mega Starbucks Reserve Roastery Tokyo in Meguro, including pink tea-infused sakura beverages at the Teavana bar and special cocktails at the Arriviamo cocktail bar on the third floor. Drinks include a sakura macchiato (¥900), a Teavana sakura cream soda (¥900), a sakura cask coffee cocktail (¥2,000), and more.
The Princi bakery on the first floor is also turning out all sorts of delicious sakura-infused Italian baked goods. You’ll find treats such as a sakura cupola (¥380), sakura cornetti (¥420), sakura torta (¥720) and a sakura maritozzo (¥420). If you can’t make it to Meguro, the pastries are also available at select Princi stores around Japan.
The sakura food and drinks are a wonderful accompaniment to the cherry-blossom-lined Meguro River, which can be enjoyed from Starbucks Reserve Roastery Tokyo’s two spacious outdoor terraces. Cherry blossom season can get quite packed at the Roastery, so it’s wise to come early to beat the crowds. Otherwise, you’ll have to pick up a ticket for a designated time slot and come back then.
If you can’t get enough cherry blossom food and drink, check out our list of Tokyo’s best sakura treats.
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