Starbucks Coffee Japan has been selling a total of 47 types of limited-edition Frappuccino “47 JIMOTO Frappuccino” limited to prefectures from June 30th. Both are limited in quantity and for a limited time until August 3rd. So to speak, it is “local Starbucks”. As a Frappuccino lover, I want to conquer all 47 prefectures, but it is difficult both financially and in terms of time. So for the time being, I got JIMOTO Frappuccino from Saitama, Tokyo, and Kanagawa prefectures. My personal preference was “Tokyo Origin Coffee Jerry Caramel Frappuccino,” which is a combination of caramel and coffee and is limited to stores in Tokyo. The numbering of the local Starbucks this time matches the prefecture code (number) defined by the JIS standard. Therefore, let’s introduce the routes that can be visited in one day in ascending order of number, Saitama, Tokyo, Kanagawa. Of course, the time required is basically the same in the opposite direction. ● Train use Tokorozawa-Nerima-Musashi Kosugi (Seibu Ikebukuro Line-Metro Fukutoshin Line-Tokyu Toyoko Line) First, start from Tokorozawa Station, where the Seibu Ikebukuro Line and Seibu Shinjuku Line run. After visiting “Grand Emio Tokorozawa West Exit 1st Floor Store” or “Grand Emio Tokorozawa East Exit 2nd Floor Store” in a commercial facility directly connected to Tokorozawa Station, take the Seibu Ikebukuro Line, get off at Nerima Station, and walk 1 minute from the station “Emio Nerima” Visit the store. From the same station, take the train bound for Motomachi-Chukagai, which is directly connected to the Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line and Tokyu Toyoko Line, and get off at Musashi-Kosugi Station on the Tokyu Toyoko Line. The time required up to this point is about two and a half hours, calculated by staying for 30 minutes per store. If you visit “Musashi-Kosugi Tokyu Square Store”, which is a 1-minute walk from Musashi-Kosugi Station, you can get limited Frappuccino in Saitama, Tokyo, and Kanagawa in just under 3 hours. In reality, you may not be able to drink continuously, so you should enjoy shopping and sightseeing at the same time. You don’t have to go around in a day in the first place. By the way, if you go to Yokohama Station instead of Musashi Kosugi, the time required will increase by about 13 minutes just for the boarding time. ● By train JR Omiya-Ikebukuro-Ofuna (Shonan-Shinjuku Line) or Omiya-Tokyo-Ofuna (Ueno Tokyo Line) This is the JR East Line only route. After stopping at one of the Starbucks stores around Omiya Station, take the Shonan-Shinjuku Line (or Saikyo Line) and get off at Ikebukuro Station or Shinjuku Station. Visit one of the stores near the station, take the Shonan-Shinjuku line direct to the Tokaido line or the Yokosuka line directly, and get off at Ofuna station. The final destination is the “Ofuna Grand Ship Store” (Sakae-ku, Yokohama), which just opened in March this year. There is also the Ofuna Lumine Wing store (Kamakura City) inside Ofuna Station. The Shonan-Shinjuku line has a slightly smaller number, so the Ueno-Tokyo line may be easier to transfer. In the Tokyo area, the fare can be kept to a minimum by using the “Tokyo Station Ecute Keiyo Street Store” inside Tokyo Station. After that, take the Ueno Tokyo Line (Tokaido Line) again and get off at any station such as Kawasaki, Yokohama, Totsuka, Ofuna, Fujisawa, Tsujido, Chigasaki, Hiratsuka, and there is a staba near the station. Except for Tsujido, it is within a 3-minute walk. ● If you use the expressway and do not use the expressway, keep the travel time between stores in Saitama / Tokyo or Tokyo / Kanagawa within 20 minutes, and then spend a leisurely time in the remaining prefectures. You should be able to go around 1 city and 2 prefectures in a day. Assuming the use of highways, one day can conquer one metropolitan area including Chiba and three prefectures, and other combinations such as Tokyo / Kanagawa and Shizuoka, Gunma / Saitama / Tokyo can conquer one city and two prefectures in one day. It will not be impossible. Again, you don’t have to visit multiple stores in different prefectures in a single day. By the way, the official Starbucks app has a “My Store Passport” where you can collect stamps by using Starbucks stores nationwide, and a “Prefecture Medal” that allows you to challenge 47 prefectures will start on June 30th, the release date of 47 JIMOTO Frappuccino. doing. 47 JIMOTO Frappuccino, which is said to have been devised by a local partner (employee) with gratitude so far and a feeling for a long-lasting connection as the second of the 25th anniversary of Starbucks landing in Japan, lives while stimulating local love. You will also be interested in the special products and climate of prefectures other than the land, and the geography of Japan. This is an interesting attempt that can only be made because we have stores all over the country. (BCN / Fumi Sagano) * JIMOTO Frappuccino is sold only at stores in each prefecture (excluding some stores). Since we have not visited all the stores introduced in the article, we may not actually handle them. Please note.