Starbucks Japan is turning 25 this year and they're celebrating it in a big way by debuting 47 new Frappucinos, one for every prefecture in the country.
The promotion is dubbed “47 Jimoto Frappuccino,” with “jimoto” translating as "local". Each of the 47 special flavors draw on distinct ingredients unique to each of the prefectures.
With an occasion this momentous, Starbucks Japan made sure that all 47 of these Jimoto Frappuccinos are dynamic and lively celebrations in a cup. Such visually arresting drinks include the Kanagawa Frappuccino which uses butterfly pea tea syrup to embody the seaside prefecture, and the Hokkaido Frappuccino, which uses a white base of milk and sugar cane to create the prefecture's distinct ski slopes.
The celebration will last from June 30th to August 3rd, with each drink costing ¥669 JPY (approximately $6 USD). Each unique Frappuccino can only be purchased at its respective prefecture, so make sure to refer to the full offering of beverages by heading over to Starbucks Japan’s website.