In Japan, a wide variety of sakura-related products are also released in addition to enjoying cherry blossom viewing during the season. This is because Sakura products are trendy among Japanese people. So this time, we will introduce ten sakura-related products!
10. Lipton tea Sakura flavor
Lipton Sakura Tea is the perfect flavor and aroma to enjoy the arrival of spring. It is an authentic black tea with a refreshing taste and gentle smell reminiscent of cherry blossom mochi, a beloved Japanese sweet.
“Dover Japanese Sakura Sake ” is a liqueur made using abundant materials that evoke a sense of “Japanese-ness.” Enjoy the flavor of the ingredients with soda or on the rocks, and create original cocktails for all seasons. It can also add flavor to Japanese and Western sweets and cocktails.
Tokyo-do’s artificial cherry blossom flowers can be enjoyed easily in places without sunlight. They are versatile and can be hung, intertwined, or rolled up, allowing for easy arrangements that are difficult to achieve with real flowers. They are artificial and can be easily bent, cut, and molded into various shapes.
“Herbarium brought from the future! This is a Herbarium, a dried flower arrangement that can be enjoyed for a long time by placing dried flowers in a special oil. One innovation to this Harbarium is using a high-transparency oil that solidifies and encloses the flowers in a cube-shaped container, creating a ‘Crystal Harbarium’ with a bouncy, super ball-like texture. It’s an evolved version of Harbarium with a unique touch and feels.”
By using sakura powder in making cakes and sweets, you can create colorful and vibrant desserts with a cherry blossom flavor. You can mix it into the dough or use it as a topping. In addition to desserts, you can make cherry blossom drinks like sakura latte by mixing them with milk or soy milk and enjoy a café-like experience at home.
Sakura jelly from Soumikaan is a seasonal, limited-edition assortment of creative Japanese sweets. It’s perfect for seasonal events such as year-end and New Year’s gifts, greetings, returns, homecoming gifts, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, and Respect for the Aged Day.