Monday, December 19, 2016

Starbucks Japan Geography Series City Mug - Tokyo

      As I mentioned in my previous entry, Starbucks Japan released new local mugs, Starbucks Japan Geography Series, in October this year. When my husband was on his business trip in Tokyo last month, he bought this Tokyo mug there. He told me that they didn't carry their previous version of Starbucks City Mug anymore. Today, I'm going to share new this Starbucks Tokyo mug with you. :)
Starbucks Japan Geography Series City Mug - Tokyo

      I thought its box was very similar to Starbucks US City Mug, Starbucks You Are Here Collection.
Starbucks Japan Geography Series Our Daily Story

      New Starbucks Japan City Mugs are named Starbucks Japan Geography Series "Our daily story." As its name, typical life in Tokyo are pictured on this mug. As you can see the photo below, when you travel in Tokyo, you will often see busy business men walking on a pedestrian crossing very quickly.
Starbucks Japan Geography Series City Mug - Tokyo

     The Tokyo Marathon is an annual marathon event in Tokyo. Somehow, some people wearing a costume attend the marathon event. This person is dressing up for Tokyo Marathon as King Tut, Tutankhamun, and running a marathon around Tokyo.
Starbucks Japan Geography Series City Mug - Tokyo

      A famous statue of Hachiko stands in Shibuya. Hachiko was the most loyal dog in Japan.

     I guess the phrase of "Dayone" was come from Tokyo, but now young people use dayone everywhere in Japan. Dayone is a casual word. It has many meaning; for instance, "Yeah, it is just as I expected!" or "I couldn't agree more!" Maybe, the woman in this picture found that there is a super long line to enter the grand opening famous place which has been often on TV. When she sees the end of line, she might say, "Dayone.(だよね~)" (What a long line! I expected it though. )
Starbucks Japan Geography Series City Mug - Tokyo
      "Pokunai?" is another word young people use in Japan. When you say, "Pokunai?", it means that it looks like. However, when you say, "Pokunai."(without question mark), it means that it doesn't look like. Maybe, someone looks at the long waiting line and says "Ninki pokunai? (人気っぽくない?)" Which means that it looks like super popular!
Starbucks Japan Geography Series City Mug - Tokyo

     You probably see a sumo wrestler wearing kimono walking streets in Asakusa and Ryokoku, Tokyo. This sumo wrestler is wearing a headphone. It looks unusual, but it's a real life in Tokyo.
Starbucks Japan Geography Series City Mug - Tokyo

Starbucks Japan Geography Series City Mug - Tokyo




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