Harajuku is no stranger to elongated treats. The area’s main hub of Takeshita Street is home to some of the Japan’s longest snacks. The stall Long, Longer, Longest opened last year, which peddles towering ice cream cones and cotton candy.

It was only a matter of time before the world of long refreshments and the bubble tea boom collided.

The boba trend that Japan is currently experiencing has inspired plenty of innovative spins on the classic tea and tapioca combo, including, but not limited to, cheap bubble tea, bubble tea theme park, sunscreen bubble tea… the list goes on. One bubble tea shop has finally stepped up to plate to create the most massive cup of boba we’ve ever seen.

Tokyo's Biggest Bubble Tea

This menu addition to Mot Tram’s Harajuku branch is more akin to a challenge than a refreshing beverage. The titan cup of tea is 26 centimetres tall and it contains one whole litre of tea, as well as double the usual amount of chewy tapioca balls.

This monolith of the bubble tea world is called the Mega Mot Tram, and is exclusive to their Harajuku location.

It costs 990 yen (about $9), which is a good deal if you consider that their usual M and L sizes go for five to seven hundred yen. But also a bad deal if you consider you've just spent $9 on a drink. It could go either way.

How to Get to Mot Tram, Harajuku

Address: Tokyo, Shibuya, Jingumae 3-25-18

Nearest station: Harajuku or Meijijingumae

Mottram 100 website

By - Jess.