In Japan, drink sizes are much, much smaller than in the states. Usually it doesn’t strike me as out of the ordinary because Ive gotten used to it, but yesterday when I was out shopping with my friends, we were astounded by the small size of drinks here- especially considering you pay significantly more for your drink than in the states. In the picture below, the far left drink is a medium, the middle is a small, and the far right cup is a free cup for water. Take note that the small size is the same size as the palm of my hand. Yep, we paid 2.20 for that tiny iced coffee. It makes me miss super sized drinks for less than a dollar.