Coca-Cola Debuts More Beautiful Bottle Designs Starring Japan’s Famous
Coca-Cola Japan is unveiling more bottle designs that represent Japan’s natural beauty and unique culture.
Previously, the company that showcase the country’s icons including Aizu’s Tsuruga Castle, Shibuya’s ‘Hachiko’ statue and Nara’s deer, to name a few.
This October, fans will get to drink this thirst-quencher packaged in beautifully designed bottles, which showcase Japan’s picturesque locations—Niigata, Shonan, Hida Takayama, Osaka, Hakata, and Tokugawa.
The first design celebrates Shonan, a region in Kanagawa Prefecture in south of Tokyo. The bottle also sees the Great Buddha Statue of Kamakura and the Enoshima Island that is famous for its shrines, dragon legend and caves.
The second bottle represents the Niigata Prefecture and displays the Baidai Bridge that extends across the Shimano River. It also sees a geisha standing next to the bridge under a willow tree.
The third bottle displays the region Hida Takayama’s thatched roof home, while the fourth bottle boasts Osaka’s impressive architecture. Osaka Castle and Umeda Sky Building are plastered all over the fourth bottle, together with Osaka’s famous takoyaki octopus dumplings.
The fifth bottle carries Fukuoka Prefecture’s Hakata, which is known for its tonkotsu pork stock ramen. The final bottle displays the crest of the Tokugawa samurai group, who used to rule Japan for over 260 years.
These bottles will go on sale in certain regions of Japan starting 1 October and is priced at JP¥125 (US$1.10) per bottle.
[via Sora News24, images via Coca Cola]