Where can you Buy Starbucks tumblers in Japan?

Starbucks is a very popular coffee franchise in Japan but did you know that there are a lot of tumblers that can only be bought in certain Starbucks stores all around Japan.

Can You Bring your own tumbler to Starbucks?

Tumblers are very useful item for daily life, and also you can bring your own tumbler to a Starbucks store for your beverage and get some discount. From traditional Japan theme to seasonal designs, various tumblers are sold at Starbucks stores in Japan and they are popular around the world.

When does Starbucks Sakura collection come out in Japan?

©2021 Starbucks Coffee Company. Starbucks Japan Sakura Collection is doubtlessly the most popular Starbucks merchandise collection which is released in Japan every spring. The beautiful and elegant cherry blossom theme tumblers and mugs are on super high demand that tend to sell out quickly after being released.

When do Starbucks limited merchandise collections come out?

Starbucks Japan limited merchandise collections are released several times a year with various seasonal themes including Sakura (cherry blossoms), Christmas and New Year. Additionally, there are exclusive regional collections which are only sold at certain areas and stores.

What do you need to know about Tokyo Skytree?

The upper observatory features a spiral, glass-covered skywalk in which visitors ascend the last 5 meters to the highest point at the upper platform. A section of glass flooring gives visitors a direct downward view of the streets below. The tower has seismic proofing, including a central shaft made of reinforced concrete.

How tall is the Tokyo Skytree radio tower?

Tokyo Skytree is used as a radio/television broadcast and communications tower. 14 July 2008: A ceremony was held at the site to mark the start of construction. 6 April 2009: The foundations for the three main legs were completed. 7 August 2009: The tower reached a height of 100 m.

When did the Tokyo Skytree Train Station open?

Tokyo Skytree. Skytree was completed on Leap Day, 29 February 2012, with the tower opening to the public on 22 May 2012. The tower is the centrepiece of a large commercial development funded by Tobu Railway and a group of six terrestrial broadcasters headed by NHK. Trains stop at the adjacent Tokyo Skytree Station and nearby Oshiage Station.