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LAWSON Weathering With You FROZEN PARTY Good And Bad Weather Drinks

LAWSON Weathering With You FROZEN PARTY Good And Bad Weather Drinks

Translated by MATCHA-NEWS

Written by Matcha Admin

2019.07.10 Bookmark

Lawson celebrates "Your Name" director Makoto Shinkai's new anime "Weathering With You" with two different FROZEN PARTY drinks. The adorable frozen drinks in the image of good and bad weather are only available for a short time.

LAWSON Weathering With You FROZEN PARTY Good And Bad Weather Drinks

Makoto Shinkai's new movie "Weathering with You" prepares itself to follow the success of its predecessor "Your Name". If you are in the mood for a refreshment, how about visiting the convenience store LAWSON for a frozen drink inspired by the movie? In fact, you don't even need to be familiar with Makoto Shinkai's work to be tempted by these two adorable limited edition frozen beverages.

1. Hare Soda - Good Weather Soda

LAWSON Weathering With You FROZEN PARTY Drinks

Hare Soda (330 yen) means "Good Weather Soda", but it also could be seen as word-game saying "hare sou da" which would mean "looks like good weather". Hare Soda was created in the image of fine weather. It features Hokkaido milk flavored ice cream on top of blue soda shaved ice topped with peach sauce and pink marshmallows.

2. Amefuri Soda - Rainy Weather Soda

LAWSON Weathering With You FFROZEN PARTY Drinks

Amefuri Soda (330 yen) translates to "Rainfall Soda", but again it can also be used as the word game "ame furi sou da" or "it looks like rain". The Amefuri Soda represents bad weather with greyish cotton candy ice cream on top of white soda shaved ice. The drink is decorated with pineapple sauce to represent lightning bolts as well as white marshmallow clouds.


You get LAWSON FROZEN PARTY at the convenience store's freezer. If you want to drink it right away, the store staff will put it in the microwave for seventy seconds at 500w.

If you don't feel comfortable with the thought of putting your drink in the microwave, you can also wait a little for it to melt and become drinkable. Hold it in your hands and squeeze and roll it to speed up the process.

Written by Chiara Mischke

Picture courtesy LAWSON

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