Six new designs unveiled in continuing series that salutes Japan’s natural beauty and cultural legacy.
No trip across Japan is complete without several stops at the country’s vending machines to quench your thirst, and recently Coca-Cola has been letting the bottles themselves become symbols of your journey. Starting in 2017, the company has been making periodic updates to its regional slim bottle line, with bottles bearing scenes from some of Japan’s most picturesque locates.
Next month six new designs will make their debut. First up is the bottle saluting Shonan, the Kanagawa Prefecture coastal community south of Tokyo. The Great Buddha Statue of Kamakura and Enoshima Island, famous for its dragon legends, shrines, and cave, both grace the bottle.