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  • Hello, so if you're new to my channel, my name is Emma.

  • And I'm from Australia and I've been living in Japan now for almost my 7 months.

  • I live in a really small apartment in Japan.

  • And I did apartment tour ages and ages ago when I first moved in here.

  • And I thought I would do update because when I first did a video, I hadn't bought that much stuff.

  • I was just like, just settling in. So it kind of looked a bit drab.

  • I've changed a few things.

  • Just added a little bit of homely feeling.

  • And I thought that I would just, you know, update you guys and show you guys what I have with the really limited amount of space I have.

  • For anyone who wants to know, my apartment is 8 square meters.

  • And I can touch both walls.

  • So right now, I'm touching both walls.

  • It is one person apartment. So I'm not sharing with anyone.

  • This is all my space. Thank you, universe.

  • Becuase I don't like sharing with people.

  • It comes with the kitchen, a bathroom, a loft where my bed is and a living space.

  • There are some frequently asked questions from the other videos that I actually want to address at the end of this video.

  • Like how much I pay for this place.

  • Why I'm paying that amount.

  • I'll address at the end of this video.

  • But I wanna show you my cool house.

  • Let's go!

  • The first place we are gonna start is the Genkan.

  • So this is the...

  • Actually, no, stop, stop, stop!

  • Don't wanna show my dirty wash.

  • It's not bin day so the trash is full.

  • And I don't wanna show that to you.

  • I mean just image there is a trash there.

  • As I was saying, this is the genkan. So this is where you take off your shoes.

  • This is my dirty laundry as well. This is not going well.

  • And the small closet to the side.

  • And here I just have a decorative plant that is normally outside because

  • it would die if it was normally here.

  • But like if I have friends over like you guys, I would put it here cause it's quite sweet.

  • Tissue box. Keys to my bicycle. Keys to my house.

  • And my laundry detergent.

  • There are some shoes in here.

  • I have 4 pairs of shoes in here.

  • It's like racks. I just put my shoes on top.

  • Now just over here, there is a-- just a- a hoover-- a vacuum cleaner, whatever you call it.

  • Some bags and my umbrella that I use.

  • It's a little storage place.

  • I've got a concert ticket. I'm going to see Enter Shikari, if anyone knows who that is.

  • Might not be your kind of style.

  • So it's held by mushroom magnets which are not a greatest design

  • but they are really cute.

  • And I've got my "how to throw my trash away" list on where the trash goes and everything.

  • Next, we have just cooking appliances. So I've got my tiny little toast oven here.

  • It's got a little tray. It's dirty.

  • I tried soaking it in Coca Cola

  • but I need a more hardcore cleaner. It's just some stains that won't come out.

  • Then I've got my microwave here.

  • I've got all my dishes down here and frying pans.

  • This drawer is full of important stuff.

  • Something comes in the mail, I can't read it becuase it's in Japanese, I put it in here.

  • And I forget about it. So that's the drawer we don't open.

  • So here is I'm not gonna open that but this is also just a bunch of stuff.

  • Like cleaning products.

  • It's just stuff in there.

  • I'll just quickly show you the area that I've been talking about.

  • Just what it looks like from my point of view.

  • This is the area what I'm talking about.

  • So you can get a good idea of the size.

  • Okay, anyway, back to over here.

  • Up here is hat and bag racks. So I've just got a big hat and caps.

  • And two bags I use everyday.

  • And here is just... I don't know.. random stuff.

  • Got a picture of a friend there.

  • My hand soap, which if you've seen the first video, that's still there.

  • I dropped it once but it hasn't cracked, which is great.

  • And just little trinkets like... I've got this tiny little Eevee

  • I don't think it will focus but it's an Eevee in the cup.

  • Just very cute.

  • Tiny spoon, Gudetama and this tiny little mouse.

  • Isn't it small?

  • It's that small.

  • Also my friend made me that bunny if everyone is wondering.

  • My friend, Mika, she made me that bunny for the Kyary Pamyu Pamyu concert

  • Thanks, Mika.

  • And down here is my Yoga matt when I do my exercise in the morning.

  • So I just keep it there.

  • So this is the rest of my house other than the loft upstairs.

  • Yeah, so this is it.

  • Here's where the magic happens.

  • I do all the editing, all the YouTuber surfing, all the good times.

  • I just sit here to do my work.

  • It's my favorite mag. It's Gigi from Kiki's delivery service.

  • Up here I've got my Sakura liquor.

  • I've got like a little air plant.

  • Up here, I've got my little marimo balls. So they are just like water plants.

  • I keep up there.

  • I've got my Japanese study here and my diary.

  • And pencils and pens and stuff.

  • Underneath here I keep my mirror.

  • So in the morning I take out that mirror.

  • And I put it like on the table and do my make-up and watch YouTube.

  • So that's really easy.

  • So this little ball here.

  • It's kinda ugly but I made it.

  • If you've seen any of my past videos, there was an episode where

  • I got a tiny tree and it was really cute

  • It just wasn't happy. I really really try to keep it alive.

  • It's still outside.

  • I had to take it all apart. And this is the moss from that tree.

  • I'm trying to keep this guy alive.

  • Maybe I'm just not good at taking care of plants. I don't know.

  • so this is my bathroom.

  • If you haven't seen my first video, you might be wondering where is my toilet.

  • And also when I moved in here, I was so confused 'cause I couldn't find the toilet.

  • and I just didn't know if there was a toilet. I was really worried if there was like a public toilet.

  • So what you do is you just grab the sink and pull it up and tadaaaa!

  • There is the toilet.

  • It's quite fun.

  • And it's quite nice 'cause you don't have to.. you know with such a small space, you don't have to look at your toilet very often

  • It's kinda hidden unless you need it.

  • One problem that I've been encountering this place is that drain there.

  • Japanese drain is very interesting.

  • Maybe it's becuase Japanese people don't lose so much hair.

  • But anything that goes in there will not go down this tiny little drain.

  • Let me tell you the story of the drain.

  • When I first moved in, I didn't know there was a drain underneath there.

  • I assumed there was a normal drain.

  • So I just lived my life, never looked underneath that little piece.

  • And I started to smell something.

  • And all these tiny flies kept turning up.

  • And I was like how would these flies getting in here? Where these flies coming from?

  • And it would just get more and more and more. And I didn't know where it was coming from.

  • And then one day, I realized that it's coming from the drain.

  • And so I opened it.

  • And if anyone squeamish, look away now.

  • But this is what the drain looked like when I opened it.

  • It was one of the most disgusting things I've ever seen.

  • Me and my friends, we call it...

  • I'll use the better word. "Satan's butthole"

  • This is what it looked like afterwords.

  • So it can be a normal drain.

  • But it does built up quite fast.

  • So I have to clean up very regularly.

  • The reason I'm not showing it you now is because it's been about 3 days since I cleaned it.

  • So I don't know what it's gonna look like.

  • I'll show you my little air plant I keep up there.

  • When I first go him, he was very small. So he is actually very happy.

  • Look at him. He is very happy.

  • And I take him outside sometimes.

  • So just basic, I got stuffs like shaving cream, contact lenses, moisturizer, face masks, make-up removal, all kind of stuff.

  • Perfume which I will never wear even though I know I should 'cause I'm stinky.

  • Here is me! Hey, guys!

  • So there is a mirror here, towel here to wipe your hands.

  • My toilet brush and toilet cleaner is there. It smells like mint which is interesting.

  • My toilet paper smells like roses.

  • And this is very interesting smelling area. I'm not gonna lie.

  • Here is my air plant. Shampoo, conditioner.

  • Tooth, hand wash stuff.

  • And there is my shower head.

  • Also on the ground, I have those slippers. Becuase it gets so wet in here.

  • I put these on not to get wet and it's very easy.

  • And I just close it like that.

  • Alright, so this is the main area. I like to keep it as clean as possible.

  • So no things anywhere. If that makes sense.

  • The only thing I'm not happy with is all these cords, 'cause I haven't really found a way to put them away or anything.

  • This is my charging station. So I charge like my camera, my big camera, my extra batteries, my mac.

  • So that's kinda like a cord area which I'm not the happiest with.

  • But everything else, this is where I do my stretches, do exercises, do dancing and all kind of stuff.

  • anything requires space. This is the big bit.

  • I can touch both sides very easily.

  • That's totally fine except I wanna stretch my arms and dancing.

  • Also if I want to stretch my arms I have to be careful becuase...

  • there are bars here.

  • So I can't hit those bars.

  • I do like them because you can do this

  • I think I can do more if I do my very best.

  • That's my little chair by the way.

  • I haven't used it in a while for various reasons.

  • This is very nice. You just sit and chill out.

  • And I have a view of my garden from here, so it's nice.

  • A lot of people in the old videos of me making food stuff said I should get a little a table so I did.

  • I have this fold up table from IKEA.

  • And it can fit underneath, over my legs.

  • Like that which is awesome.

  • But I never use it.

  • This thing is air plant. And it got brown in the middle and I don't know why.

  • Does anyone know why?

  • It's going a bit gray and brown so I'm wondering if I did anything wrong.

  • I give it a spay and I give it a little bit a sun.

  • Yeah, I don't know.

  • I'm going so British. Get out of British.

  • Go back to Ossie

  • My parents are British. I'm Australian.

  • Accent goes away the place sometime.

  • Today, I'm British, I guess.

  • And I don't know why. I don't mean to be British.

  • Anyway.

  • And this is my tiny kitchen. It's a small one.

  • But it's good.

  • Because there is no bench space, I managed to find a chopping board which actually fits over the sink.

  • When I cut things, I just do it on here. It's quite stable and it's really easy.

  • So it's been a huge, biggest help in my life

  • So I've got one stove top, so I cook with a frying pan or pot everywhere.

  • He is very happy. He's got little leaves.

  • Little Pikumin in there.

  • Grape scented washing detergent.

  • This is where I dry my dishes.

  • People keep saying, when I cook things I should put them up there

  • but usually it's full of drying up.

  • I don't have any space. I just clean up for my videos.

  • 'Cause I don't wanna be a mess.

  • Before you will say, "Emma, you've got MSG." It's not MSG.

  • I accidentally bought MSG.

  • The packet is MSG but I put salt in here. I don't like MSG. It's quite bad for you.

  • So it's a table salt. Do not worry. I just like the panda packaging.

  • Cherry blossom jam.

  • And this stuff is amazing. This is Yuzu honey.

  • It's actually got Yuzu puree, I think. Japanese citrus and honey, it's so good.

  • And I've just got a lot of things like honey, mirin, shoyu (say sauce), sauce.

  • That's all like condiment and stuff.

  • So down here it's a little bit messy here so I apologize.

  • But it's just like rice, chips and sugar flower, different sugar that I bought by accident, chia seed.

  • Utensils, knives.

  • Here, I just managed to get magnets so I got my little purikura on there. Little Japanese photos.

  • Super cute.

  • This is my little fridge.

  • Right now, I've got bananas, minced tofu, leaks, carrots, broccoli.

  • And there is a little freezer there.

  • If it's on level one, the water drips down here 'cause it's too warm.

  • If it's on level two, it's too cold and it all freezes over.

  • It's interesting design.

  • I've got soy milk, tomato ketchup, butter, lemon.

  • I can only buy a few meals at the time becuase the fridge space is so small.

  • But it helps me not waste so much food.

  • This is the town bell.

  • This is my garden. This guy's growing a lot and he's growing little flowers as well.

  • That's the tree. It used to be. It's in recorvery.

  • I've got this guy from Sam in Tokyo 'cause it was struggling.

  • There are some broken umbrellas that I need to throw up.

  • This is my bicycle. If you sit on it, it will break.

  • Becuase I can't put it together properly becuase the instruction is in Japanese.

  • I'll put it together properly soon.