Starbucks Reserve Roastery Tokyo "JIMOTO made +"

At Starbucks Reserve Roastery Tokyo, the series "JIMOTO made +" will be released on July 9th, which will commercialize crafts from all over Japan and convey the passion of people who are dedicated to making things. A lineup of 10 items from 5 regions including Tsugaru, Tottori, Koka, Chikuzen, and Awa.

JIMOTO made +

Through "JIMOTO made +", the technology, culture, people and passion behind the product will be widely communicated from Roastery Tokyo so that you can feel the charm of each part of Japan and support the region, people and culture for the future. Born from the desire to grow up. In this series, items made in the five regions of Tsugaru, Tottori, Koka, Chikuzen, and Awa will be introduced, inspired by Roastery Tokyo.

Tsugaru Biidoro Day Sakura / Night Sakura 330ml

Hokuyo Glass craftsmen who manufacture the traditional craft "Tsugaru Vidro" in Aomori Prefecture, which is said to have 100 colors, express the cherry blossoms in full bloom during the day and night of the Meguro River. This shape and thinness is achieved by using only a rod and mold that blows glass without using a machine when forming glass. The vibrant colors and the texture of the glass surface express the expression of cherry blossoms. The price is 4,950 yen each (tax included, same below).

Starbucks Reserve Roastery Tokyo "JIMOTO made + Tsugaru Biidoro Day Cherry Blossom / Night Cherry Blossom 330ml"

Tottori Mug Genrui Kiln Bridge 296ml

A mug inspired by Roastery Tokyo was born by Mr. Shinya Shibahara, a Genmizu kiln who is active in Tottori. Imagine a cask (a storage of coffee beans) and a symphony pipe (a pipe that delivers coffee beans to each floor in the store), and for the mug body, select an iron glaze that expresses the texture of the cask, and select a symphony pipe. It has a handle that looks like a coffee bean. The idea is that the symphony pipe will connect each floor of Roastery Tokyo, and that this handle will serve as a bridge between Tottori and Nakameguro. The price is 6,050 yen.

Starbucks Reserve Roastery Tokyo "JIMOTO made + Tottori Mag Gensui Kiln Bridge 296ml"

Koka Mug Uyama Kiln Cask 330ml

A mug made by a craftsman of the Uyama kiln, which holds a kiln in Shigaraki, Koka City, Shiga Prefecture, and has a characteristic warm fire color (scarlet color) woven by soil and flames. The design is inspired by the huge cask (coffee bean storage) located in the center of the Roastery Tokyo store, and has the Starbucks Reserve logo. The price is 6,050 yen.

Starbucks Reserve Roastery Tokyo "JIMOTO made + Koka Mug Uyama Kiln Cask 330ml"

Chikuzen Mug Oomei Kiln Moto Flying Plane 414ml

A mug reminiscent of the cherry blossoms in full bloom seen from the Teavana floor on the 2nd floor of Roastery Tokyo, and the scenery of the branches of cherry blossoms fluttering in the wind. The scene is expressed by the technique of "flying plane", which is a characteristic of Koishiwara ware, and the white slip that is poured on the side of the mug. Shaped like a wine glass that wraps the scent of coffee. The price is 6,050 yen.

Starbucks Reserve Roastery Tokyo "JIMOTO made + Chikuzen Mug Oomei Kiln Moto Flying Plane 414ml"

Awa Aizen Towel

Based in Kamiita Town, Tokushima Prefecture, which is known as the production center of Awa Ai, Watanabe's hand-made indigo-dyed towels carry out activities to convey indigo from a new perspective while preserving the good old Japanese tradition. The dye "Sukumo" begins with the cultivation of Tade indigo, and the leaves are dried and fermented for 100 days or more to complete in about a year. Five colors of deep indigo / indigo / navy blue / brown, dyed with the power of fermented bacteria, of "Sukumo", which was carefully made without any hassle. The price is 3,850 yen each.

Starbucks Reserve Roastery Tokyo "JIMOTO made + Awa Aizen Towel"