Trip to Japan Winners Announcement


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Thank you to everyone who has participated!

Hi Sakuraco family!

We’re happy to tell you who won the free trip we gave away. After getting a huge number of entries to our contest, we’ve chosen 5 lucky winners who will be flying to Japan. So, without further ado, the winners of the free trip are:

  • Justin T
  • Minnie M
  • Theresa T
  • Veronica D
  • Edward R

Congratulations! We hope you enjoy your trip and make memories you’ll never forget. We hope you enjoy your trip and create unforgettable memories.

Also, here are 3 lucky winners that will get Japanese gift set:

  • Debra W
  • Alejandro T
  • Joann M

Our team will contact you soon! Please check your email for further instructions on how to claim your prize.

Even though we are unable to fly you all to Japan, we hope you can still experience Japan from the comfort of your own home with our Sakuraco box. There will be more chances to win, even if you didn’t win this time. So stay tuned on our blog and social media to find out about future contests and giveaways!

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