Sakura-flavoured drink for anime and e-games event participants

  • Metro News
  • Friday, 12 Jul 2019

Muhammad Fauzi (left) showing i.Star Events director Jason Yap bottles of Oyoshi Green Tea’s latest variant, Sakura Strawberry besides other variants.

ANIME and comic fans can look forward to tasting Oyoshi Green Tea’s latest variant, Oyoshi Sakura Strawberry, at the Star Supa Comic 2019 this weekend.

Coming on board as a sponsor for the first time, F&N Beverages Marketing Sdn Bhd will be distributing 5,000 bottles of Oyoshi Green Tea in five different variants to visitors at the event.

F&N region event and sponsorship manager Muhammad Fauzi Ahmad said green tea was still very much a part of Japanese culture and made from authentic Japanese green tea.

He said the healthy yet fun beverage was a perfect fit for the event.

“People are now more health-conscious and they know about the benefits of green tea,” he added.

As the Star Supa Comic event is related to anime and cosplay, Oyoshi Japanese Green Tea is happy to be part of this event.

The new Oyoshi Sakura Strawberry has the sweet and sour taste of the sakura flower and the fruity strawberry flavour, which adds a sweet aroma to the green tea.

It is made specially with the top three leaves of the 100% organic tea plant, brewed using new cold-aseptic-filling technology that does not use very high temperatures, thereby maintaining pureness in taste.

Star Supa Comic is an event for all Malaysians who are interested in anime, cosplay, e-games and card games which will be taking place on July 13 and 14 at Mid Valley Exhibition Centre.

An event not to be missed

with everything exciting for

all ages under one roof! A platform for cosplayers, anime and manga lovers, gamers, doujins and collec­tors to showcase their talents.

For details, call i.StarEvents at 03-7967 1388 ext 1097/1505 or visit

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