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  • Okay, so it's morning in the next day and we are going to get breakfast because they serve breakfast in the morning it comes with

  • It we're gonna get either a western-style breakfast or a japanese-style breakfast. I make it the Japanese style. I'm not sure. I'm really hungry

  • So let's go. I wanted to show you the backyard. It's so pretty

  • Oh, wow, this one bit cooking like a look at this backyard. This is what we have

  • but this is to ourselves right here, and then they said in the

  • Fall there's lots of red and yellow leaves on these trees

  • Oh, give us a little

  • next to like two cats and chuckle pie and biscuits and

  • Drinks and this Coca Cola drink is so cute. But we are getting ready to leave this beautiful place

  • I'm so that one night is not enough

  • But yeah, that's the door to the outside and it leads to the cutest little streets morning right now

  • It's almost 8:00 8:00 a.m. And it's so quiet

  • We have eggs and sauce a soy sauce natto

  • Lettuce or salad salmon miso soup and rice

  • And sausage and egg and I have my tiny coffee

  • So I'm excited to serve this for breakfast. So natto. It's fermented soybeans

  • It's really good for her like mostly women because it's good for your hormones. It's really healthy. You have a lot of protein

  • Smells really bad. A lot of foreigners can't eat natto, and then it comes with like sauce and

  • Like mustard hold this off. It's really sticky

  • So you have to get the stickiness, I hope you take the sauce and you put it inside

  • So you put the mustard inside and then you mix it like this and you wait till it gets kind of like foamy and white

  • Looks so good. Maybe not to you guys if you come and try natto, I get a lot of foreigners

  • Just don't like it because of the smell

  • So I'm going to try the western-style breakfast and it's like a pita bread with like lettuce and ham it looks really good

  • Very flaky

  • It's only day two and I already attached to Nagahama on so many levels the nostalgia from my past was so real

  • Going to high school in (Chiba?) and seeing the mountains. I used to wake up to every morning made me feel so emotional

  • Little did I know I was about to experience an art that was so beautiful. It takes skill patience and hard work to master

  • When I walked in they were making mochi. This was not what we're going to do today, but it was so enjoyable to watch

  • Walking into the main room. I was in awe because I saw something that really piqued my interest

  • This puppet theater is called boondock. Ooh, and this place I was taken to was a school for that

  • Not only Japanese but foreigners from all around the world come for a summer program to learn this art and practice the Japanese language

  • Not only that they can learn shamisen and other instruments here at the school as well

  • Performances are done in Japan and in other parts of the worlds including where I'm from Detroit

  • the students intensely learn and memorize a script at the same time as learning how to control the puppets if

  • If You're interested in immersing yourself in Japanese culture

  • This summer program is perfectly available to all of you as well. And all the information will be linked down below

  • They have to be like a good team

  • No fighting

  • It takes three people to control one puppet you have to be in sync with everyone else which I thought was impressive

  • Women the women character dolls, and the male character dolls have different movements in different ways of acting and

  • it takes three people to

  • Use these puppets. So it's a lot of teamwork

  • Some of these puppets go back 200 years ago and have been used for many years

  • Including the ones that turn into demon snakes like these ones you see here

  • Okay

  • Heavy it was my turn to try the puppets and I was surprised how heavy these puppets were

  • Okay

  • You have to really work together I

  • Think the hardest part was trying to control the head and syncing up with your partner

  • The hair on the puppets are real and each puppet is handmade and hand-painted

  • Wow so many puppet

  • Kilometer use male aggression suck seven eight

  • Really good boy, oh boy dangerous

  • for your safety

  • No recent criterias are from this was made from a wedding

  • The theater group offered to show us a bit of their performance having the female puppet climbed a ladder dramatically up a wall

  • We just finished everything and it's really the most amazing thing

  • I'm gonna link everything down below if you guys are interested in coming to Japan. They have a summer program

  • I think it's two months and you can practice this kind of art here in Nagahama

  • Which is a very countryside type place of Japan so you can experience Japan but also learn a new art

  • which is amazing getting emotional right now because like

  • Like this is like the Japan that I know

  • so this is like the traditional side of it is everything that I fell in love with and

  • It's just it's such an experience like I'm so happy right now

  • Okay, I can't cry here

  • Before leaving on to our next adventure I was able to try out the shamisen

  • Like I said before they teach shamisen and the Japanese koto here as well

  • It's snowing in Nagahama big snowflakes like

  • It's so pretty though

  • With all the temples and shrines and everything remote. Oh, geez

  • Owain temple is a temple known as the Buddha for healing eye diseases the six metre high statue of G

  • So is rarely shown to the public

  • The story has been handed down that the frogs living in the temple saw many people suffering eye diseases and chose to become

  • Scapegoats to the buddha by closing one eye by themselves so that everyone's valuable eyes can receive the protection of kinomoto. Chisel

  • So a lot of people come to this temp specific temple

  • You can see behind me a little bit

  • to pray for healthy eyes

  • If you're having trouble seeing or something like that people come to pray for that purpose and that's why the frogs over there

  • Have one eye winking and the other one is open

  • The winking frogs are available for purchase at the temple

  • We need this in America

  • Sake is a traditional alcoholic beverage in Japan it is made through fermentation like beer and wine

  • Sake is made from rice a staple food in Japan

  • It's an important part of Japanese lifestyle and culture. And today we're going to be doing some sake tasting here in Nagahama

  • So this is like the fourth or fifth

  • oldest sake Factory or liquor store in Japan

  • It's about five hundred years old

  • Okay, so I'm going to try my first sake so this one is dry and dry and fresh sake

  • Sake is very easy to go down. It's not so difficult easy to drink

  • This is pretty much the same thing that this one has a little bit of a thicker

  • Taste or a feeling?

  • Out of the two though, I think I like the first one better like it's good, but this one is my favorite.

  • After tasting all the sake I definitely felt tipsy and 100% needed a bathroom

  • So the manager took me to the back and showed me where they made the sake

  • I'm glad I had asked for a bathroom because that was really cool to see

  • This was definitely a fun

  • Experience and I encourage any of you who love drinking to try out some sake tasting

  • the shops link is down below

  • So I tried to sake it today and it was really good

  • I've never done sake tasting before so that was interesting and each one had a very distinct flavor and a distinct taste and

  • aftertaste and everything the way that it's made is very particular and

  • It sounds like they take a lot of time to make it's very tedious and it's still snowing. Oh my gosh

  • So we're at a sort of camp place, I guess people go camping here

  • So maybe not now but I think in the summer, it's very popular

  • So we needed a place to escape from the cold and warm up. So we headed to a place called woody pal

  • yoga a great place for skiing snowboarding camping and fishing

  • This place also specializes in boar hotpot and deer meat if

  • You're vegan or vegetarian. This may not be the best place for you to eat, but you can still enjoy the other activities

  • Okay, so we're gonna have a nabe a hotpot hotpot are not my favorite. I love nothing. I

  • Love it, and it's made with boar this hoe. This is not for vegetarians

  • The nabhi comes in your own little individual hot pot filled with vegetables boar meat and kimchi. Miso type soup broth served hot

  • the fat on the boar meat was actually pretty soft and sweet tasting I was surprised and

  • Of course, Japan also has its side dishes to go along with your meal. Okay, so I'm gonna try the first dish which is the

  • Deer this is like deer soup

  • Yeah, it tastes like, um any other meat

  • in between like tough and soft?

  • This is hot pot boar. I'm going to try some of the boar meat, and it comes with vegetables and soup, sort of broth.

  • Look at this mushroom! It's so beautiful.

  • It's very tender

  • There's so much flavor in one little pot

  • So we just finished our meal and it was so good and

  • Now I guess I'm going fishing.

  • I Haven't fished in a long time, but I was really excited to relive my childhood and try again at yoga Lake. Okay, so I changed

  • Into this leg ski jacket and I'm going fishing

  • We were introduced to a professional fishermen who would help us catch the fish today

  • I'm excited

  • We'll be they catch the fish and then you eat it as tempura so you can cook it as tempura

  • Hopefully I catch lots of food

  • They're counting on me, oh no

  • The pressure was on I needed to catch us some dinner for tonight

  • But the best thing about this experience was the scenery and nature you're surrounded by despite the rainy weather

  • It was a gorgeous sight to see

  • And we're gonna start fishing soon.

  • Lots of kids and adults going fishing so it's fun for the whole family

  • Fishing in Japan is still very popular today and a lot of families do this as a pastime

  • But you have to have so much patience. Just putting the bait on the hooks took such a long time

  • So many hooks on this

  • Okay

  • Will I catch anything?

  • I hope

  • It took me about 45 minutes before I started to catch anything and we had to move around the dock to find the best spots

  • To catch the fish

  • I'm too impatient for this

  • After the first fish I caught I started to catch a lot more am I an expert Fisher yet?

  • We just finished fishing and we caught a lot of fish and I was saying that the fishing poles that they have are so

  • Long for such tiny fish in each season. They have different types of fish in this season

  • They have the small ones. And so now we're gonna make tempura out of this

  • We were greeted at a small mom-and-pop shop that specialized in turning of the fish that we caught into tempura to eat

  • We caught this fish

  • Really good

  • We headed back to the station in the evening and we were so grateful to have been given this opportunity

  • To see all that Nagahama had to offer this was a trip. This was a trip I didn't know I needed.

  • I am so lucky to have been able to immerse myself in the culture of Nagahama within (Chiba?) prefecture

  • The thing I love about this country is at each place. You see has its own separate culture within the Japanese culture

  • I find it so intriguing and it keeps me wanting more

  • This is why I fell in love with Japan and I can't wait to explore more of this beautiful country with you guys

  • Thank you for watching the very first installment of girl abroad missions

  • If you haven't seen the girl abroad series be sure to do so and subscribe for more videos about Japan and my life living overseas

  • Like this video and comment below what your favorite Quest was and I will see you guys in the next video

Okay, so it's morning in the next day and we are going to get breakfast because they serve breakfast in the morning it comes with

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