The Changing Seasons Bring Tempting Frappuccinos to Japan’s Shores

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There are certain things that come with the changing seasons in Japan: The always appreciated change in women’s fashion. A new seasonal flower coming into bloom. And extraordinarily delicious, limited time only, Starbucks Frappuccinos.

And what would make a Frappuccino even tastier? Sticking a chocolate cake on top of it and drizzling it with matcha sauce, that’s what. (It’s like they read our minds!)

Image Courtesy of Starbucks Japan

It’s no surprise that slurping down a Matcha Frappuccino has become just one of those things that you have to do when you visit Japan, and of course they’re a favorite for those of us who live here too. But there comes a need to switch things up now and again, and the coffee behemoth from Seattle is always happy to please. According to a press release from Starbucks Japan, there will be two varieties awaiting Starbucks later this month: an almond-flavored Frappuccino topped with a chocolate cake, slathered in matcha syrup, and topped with whipped cream will be the first one up, and they’ll start serving it on June 14. If you’re not a fan of matcha – you’re forgiven – a Coffee Shot will be served from June 23. Either one will set you back ¥620.

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Image courtesy of Starbucks Japan

But, like the evanescent cherry blossoms, and the brief glimpse that you might catch of a geisha as she makes her way through Kyoto’s storied Gion District, these frozen treats won’t last. You’ll be able to try them out until July 13.

Sweet dreams!

Main Image: Instagram user @hawaii120114

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